Episode 175--The Mountain Top--Be A Man Who's Prepared For Anything


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The motto of the Boy Scouts of America is 'be prepared'. Unfortunately, scouting isn't much of a thing anymore compared to what it used to be. As a result, a whole lot of us as men aren't really, um...prepared anymore. If you think about it, it's easy to feel as if we don't have to be. There are automatic transmissions, wrinkle-free shirts and oil change places out there. But...when that time presents itself where it's time to be a hero in a certain small way--and we just can't--it really sucks. It kicks you in your manhood. Well, my guest Jonathan Catherman has always loathed that feeling, which led him to writing a whole manual for men on how to be ready for 100 different situations that all men should be prepared for. If you're looking for a fast-action episode that's chock full of practical knowledge, then you just found it, Bubba. Now, obviously being prepared for the small things in life makes us tons more confident when the larger issues present themselves, but the impact our preparedness has on our ability to attract women is also not to be underestimated. Threats become challenges, which in turn blossom into opportunities. And wait until you hear the REAL reason why most full-grown men STILL don't prepare themselves, even though we all realize it's necessary. Is it time for a reckoning in your life? Are you ready to step up, draw a line in the sand and start getting the women and the life you want? Talk to me for 25 minutes free when you sign up at http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com.


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