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In life, you're either growing or you're dying. The MEN OF GROWTH podcast is a show where we engage discussion, provoke thought, and promote action that helps build a mans Faith, Fitness, Family, and Finances. Each week we bring you engaging conversations, insights, and resources to help you Fully Engage Life and Thrive!
 
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Football is a game that epitomizes the team concept. However, the overall development of each player, the culture of the team, and the character by which a team is known for is only as strong as the intent that the head coach brings to the program. In this episode, we sit down with Ben McEnroe, head coach of the California Lutheran University K ...…
 
In a busy world filled with chaos, managing and increasing productivity can be one of the hardest things to consistently accomplish. In this episode, we take on the philosophy that in order to manage distractions and stay on target with our daily production goals, we must establish a system for how to effectively Enter the Day, Engage the Day, ...…
 
Conflict, in any setting, can be frustrating, uncomfortable, and often stressful. It’s rare to have a specific “conflict management style,” but if you do, it could make all the difference in deepening your relationships. In this episode, we discuss the concept that “Conflict Resolution” is an “Evolutionary” process that should be embraced as a ...…
 
There are things in our lives that just seem to improve only when they are placed in environments of volatility and unpredictability. This suggests that we as men should NOT run from struggle and risk, but we should actually step into them as a means of progress, expansion, and growth. In this episode, co-founder of the Men of Growth Podcast, B ...…
 
There is a culture war going on between how we should be defining and measuring manhood. In August of 2018, the American Psychological Association (APA) published its first-ever guidelines for practice with boys and men. Traditional manhood and masculinity are being challenged, and we've got to do something about it. We hope this episode really ...…
 
In life, there is always "this story" and "that story." The question becomes, which story do we choose to believe, and does the story we choose deliver the outcomes we want in our lives? In this episode we take a look at an ancient story, the parable of the prodigal son, and analyze it from a perspective that makes us consider the narratives we ...…
 
In this episode I sit down and talk with my daughter, Brooke Rose Molina. I share my personal thoughts on my intentionality in raising her, and she shares her thoughts on how that intentionality has benefited her life today, as a 20 year old. We also discuss her perspective on manhood and the role men and women play in each other’s lives. Enjoy ...…
 
114: How a Dad’s Influence Breeds Success | Bo Eason Bo Eason is a Storytelling Expert, Former NFL Football Player, Broadway Playwright & Motivational Speaker. His story of success begins with the influence of his dad. In this episode, we see a clear model for how a dad’s positive influence on his children can cultivate the right mindset for a ...…
 
Les Jennings is a 30 year veteran in the fitness industry, and challenges people to make no excuses for being out of shape. At the age of 50 he won the Masters “Natural” Mr. Olympia contest, and finds fitness as his ultimate Power Pillar for finding energy and vigor in all other aspects of his life. Not only is Les a Fit Pro and bodybuilder, bu ...…
 
In this episode we get to meet Rabbi Jason Sobel. Rabbi Jason walks us through his personal story of seeking spiritual truth and making a profound connection between ancient wisdom and the teachings of Jesus. We also unpack several key insights from his recent book, co-authored with Kathie Lee Gifford, the ROCK, the ROAD, and the RABBI. Time Co ...…
 
In 2012, Michael Ashford, Founder of Fit Dad Fitness, saw a picture of himself that his wife had taken of he and his son on the beach. Seeing that picture, and being completely dissatisfied with how he looked, Michael made it his personal mission to get fit, follow his passion, and begin a movement that would call all men to a higher commitment ...…
 
There is no shortage of resources on the power of habits. Many books, podcasts, blogs, etc., are available on the topic, and even though this be true, there is still much to explore. Author, and Habit Guru, James Clear, believes the power of forming good habits is the compounding interest of self improvement. He has written that habits are deve ...…
 
So many men DO NOT take the time to intentionally reflect on their Life Wins, Lessons Learned, and Things To Do Better. However, this is an extremely beneficial practice for ongoing personal growth. In this year-end episode, we take the time to celebrate our wins in 2018, reflect on our lessons learned, and declare things to do better in 2019. ...…
 
For many of us, our resume is a one- to two-page document that sums up our job qualifications, and is often used as a marketing tool to communicate our value to employers. In this episode, we unpack the idea that writing our life resume should move beyond just a list of qualifications and become an optimistic story of an amazing life journey. C ...…
 
Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. Measuring someone’s emotional intelligence has become widely appealing among employers, and among individuals interested in peak performance training. In this episode, we discuss the reality that low emotional intelligence ...…
 
The Golden Rule… treat others how you would want them to treat you. Is that really how we should treat people? In this episode, we challenge the wisdom in this age old code of conduct.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Where does your identity come from? Is it found in your performance, or is it found in your purpose? In today’s episode, we take a deep dive discussion into a big issue that often haunts high achieving performers, especially in a world that strives to find its purpose.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
In this episode, we tackle the question of how to move beyond hatred and exercise extreme forgiveness. Our discussion is based on a short clip from the Ted Radio Hour, where host, Guy Raz, speaks with Anand Giridharadas on Why We Hate.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Retired LAPD Detective, Tactical Operations Specialist, Central Intelligence Agent, and founder of yoursituationalawareness101.com, Henderson Cooper, sits down to discuss the lessons he learned in over 20 years of service, and how those lessons can enable others to go about their life with a level of confidence, and preparation for navigating t ...…
 
Locus of control is a term used in personality psychology that describes the degree to which people believe they have control over the outcome of events in their lives, as opposed to external forces beyond their control. In this episode of the Grow or Die Podcast, we engage a discussion on the reality of this psychological principal.…
 
Momentum (a.k.a. The BIG MO) is a commonly used term in sports. When a team is “on the move” or is considered “hard to stop,” that team is considered to have gained momentum. In this episode, we discuss the benefit of intentionally leveraging momentum in our 4 Pillars, our Faith, Fitness, Family, and Finances.…
 
It is our 100th episode on the one year anniversary of the Grow or Die podcast. With several thousand downloads and a great run, we stop to reflect on what this past year has meant, the impact the podcast has made, and how we plan to grow in the year to come.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Like anything else, spiritual growth requires work. In this episode, we unpack what it means to be “spiritual,” and identify some simple solutions to growing in your faith and spirituality.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Dylon Marron is an online creator and host of “Conversations with People Who Hate Me,” a podcast where he calls up the people behind negative comments on the internet. In this episode, we unpack a soundbite from Dylon’s recent Ted Talk and Interview on the Ted Radio Hour where he discusses the idea that Empathy is not Endorsement of people’s be ...…
 
It has been said that if someone offends you, it’s your fault. Do we really have the power to determine if we are offended or not? In this episode, we tackle the question, can you be unoffendable?By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Og Mandino is one of the early Self-Help and Personal Development pioneers. In this Mid-Week Checkpoint edition, we unpack the question, “How to begin a new life” through a small passage in one of Og's classic books, “The Greatest Salesman in the World.”By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
There seems to be a reciprocal relationship between what we value and what we trust. The questions is, which comes first? It is commonly accepted that when there is a perspective of value that is given there is a direct influence on how much trust we will extend to someone. However, can we actually trust someone before that perceived value is p ...…
 
“My friend, you and I have lived in serious times.” John Adams in a letter to Thomas Jefferson. In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we chew on a passage from the book “Serious Times” by James Emery White and discuss the concept of making our lives matter in an urgent day.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
There are many transitions in parenting. From infancy to grade school, from grade school to middle school, from middle school to high school, and then there is college to adulthood. Jade, Scott, and Byron discuss their personal strategies and experiences of transitioning their kids for the next phase of life.…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine a short clip from the Jocko Podcast, Episode 135, as Jocko Willink interviews former Marine Fighter Pilot, Dave Berke At 45, and retired with a full military career behind him, Dave Berke came to the realization that there is always more to do. Even though he had retired ...…
 
The tyranny of the urgent often leads to an overestimation of what you can do in a day and an underestimation of what you can do in a year. Getting clear on WHY you’re doing what you’re doing, and keeping your long range goals in perspective, helps keep the tyranny of the urgent at bay.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Nathan Cunningham is a “Man In Progress,” as he likes to say. He is the founder of On Tap Movement and Mentry Development, a small business consulting firm that is on mission to build networks that empower people to overcome barriers. Nathan is passionate about helping people fully engage their vocation to be productive and effective in the wor ...…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine THE R FACTOR (E + R = O) with Tim and Brian Kight. We take a short clip from the Focus 3 Podcast (Episode 7) where Tim and Brian discuss the power of intentionally developing disciplined personal responses to events as the means of dictating more positive life outcomes. ...…
 
Jason Cadle is an experienced business man, men’s leader, father and husband. Early in his marriage, Jason almost lost it all. His story is one of surrender, redemption, and comeback. We at Men of Growth are excited to call this man a brother, but also support his efforts to lead men in his sphere of influence.…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we take a departure from our regular format and bring you a sermon. Yes, our very own co-founder, Jade Molina, shares a very profound principle from Christian Scripture on what he refers to as “Add More Dough.” Enjoy the message!By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Deborah Kagan helps women conquer self-doubt and indecision to step into their full power, love who they are and live a turned ON life. She is the creator of the Rock Your Mojo™ programs and the author of Find Your ME Spot: 52 Ways to Reclaim Your Confidence, Feel Good in Your Own Skin and Live a Turned On Life. Visit Deborah’s Website: http:// ...…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine a short clip from the Impact Theory Podcast where host, Tom Bilyeu, interviews Dr. Joe Dispenza on how habits are formed, how to break old habit loops that cause pain, failure, and disease, and how to unlock your full potential.…
 
In this episode, we catch up with entrepreneur, best-selling author, Master Neuro Linguistic trainer, and pastor, Matt Brauning. Matt has spoken and taught all over the world on the subjects of Leadership, Communication, and Presentation Skills. Matt was mentored by Tony Robbins and has become a leader in the field of business development, and ...…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we take a short passage from the book, Outwitting the Devil by Napoleon Hill, where he discusses the concept of The Habit of Drifting. Written in 1938, but not published until 2011, Outwitting the Devil dives into the greatest obstacles that keep people from reaching their personal ...…
 
Accomplished people reach their goals because of what they do, not just because of who they are. In this two part series, we examine the research of Columbia University researcher, Heidi Grant Halvorson, through her book "9 Things Successful People Do Differently."By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine a short YouTube clip from Seth Godin on his book “The Dip.” Seth suggests that everybody quits, but many quit at the wrong time. Seth says, “Starting stuff is very common, but finishing is not. When we are identified as a finisher we become more valuable.” Get the Book: ...…
 
Accomplished people reach their goals because of what they do, not just who they are. In this two part series, we examine the research of Columbia University researcher, Heidi Grant HalvorsonBy Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine a short YouTube clip from Matt D’avella, creator of the documentary “Minimalism” and popular podcast “The Ground Up Show.”By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Risk is a part of life. Any step in the direction of growth will require some level of risk on your part. By definition, risk is a situation involving exposure to danger; the possibility of loss or injury; or a degree of probability of loss. In this episode, we tackle the topic of taking risks through the pillar of FINANCES.…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine a short clip from Bill Burnett as he shares his framework for Designing Your Life at TEDx Stanford. In his talk, Bill dismantles three common “Dysfunctional Beliefs” that hold many people back from the life they really want.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Risk is a part of life. Any step in the direction of growth will require some level of risk on your part. By definition, risk is a situation involving exposure to danger; the possibility of loss or injury; or a degree of probability of loss. In this episode, we tackle the topic of taking risks through the pillar of FAMILY.…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine two short clips from the How I Built This Podcast, where host, Guy Raz, speaks with Katrina Lake and Daymond John on Sexism, Racism and Privilege.By Men of Growth | Jade Molina.
 
Risk is a part of life. Any step in the direction of growth will require some level of risk on your part. By definition, risk is a situation involving exposure to danger; the possibility of loss or injury; or a degree of probability of loss. In this episode, we tackle the topic of taking risks through the pillar of FITNESS.…
 
In this episode of the Grow or Die Mid-Week Checkpoint Edition, we examine a short clip from the How I Built This Podcast, where host, Guy Raz, interviews Stitch Fix founder, Katrina Lake, as she shares her story of becoming a successful business owner and the youngest woman to ever take a company public. Visit Stitch Fix: https://www.stitchfix.com…
 
Risk is a part of life. Any step in the direction of growth will require some level of risk on your part. By definition, risk is a situation involving exposure to danger; the possibility of loss or injury; or a degree of probability of loss. In this episode, we tackle the topic of taking risks through the pillar of FAITH.…
 
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