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The Heare Brotherhood Podcast

  • Jimmy Rex | Starting We Are The They, creating true friendship, living in integrity and holding men accountable, growth in adversity

    14 MAY. 2024 · Please note: this episode has references to suicide and suicidal ideation, abuse, infedelity, drug & alcohol use, and some swearing.  Jimmy Rex is the founder of We Are The They, a men's group with the purpose of "creating the best version of yourself through community, accountability and vulnerability." Jimmy is also the author of a new book entitled, "Be One" How to be a Good Man in Toxic Times – the title comes from the quote by Marcus Aurelius, "Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be, be one."  John and Jimmy discuss their experiences with starting and leading men's groups and the importance of friendship, vulnerability, and accountability.
    51m 8s
  • Josh Prows | Discovering a creative career and joining Heare; Capturing moments w/ respect and authenticity; AZ Retreat highlights

    7 MAY. 2024 · Josh Prows is a photographer and videographer that joined the Heare team from nearly the beginning and captured several key events with professionalism and authenticity. He's had a unique perspective on these experiences as both a participant and an observer, and has done a lot of his own internal work and personal development as he's navigated through life's challenges, including a divorce and then later getting married, stepping into a creative career and entrepreneurship. With an always inquisitive mind, his wisdom is beyond his years and his ability to empathize and connect with brothers has been a powerful addition to each event, beyond documenting transformational and even sacred moments for the members of the community. In this episode we also recap several aspects of the impactful Heare Arizona retreat held in April of 2024. 
    1h 9m 19s
  • Johnny Hanna | leading with awareness, vulnerability, and compassion; practices for wellness, serving others, and educating our kids

    30 ABR. 2024 · Johnny Hanna is a leader, entrepreneur, husband, and father of 8 children who has been an example of vulnerability and compassion, both at home and in the workplace. In this conversation he discusses his own experiences about losing family and friends to mental illness, opening up about mental health as a CEO, the importance of challenging the stigmas, and identifying limiting beliefs often connected to childhood memories. He shares about the work he and his wife have done together, and a beautiful story of how his 9-year old son's emotional awareness and intelligence when bullied by an older child, and how we model these principles in our home by becoming more educated and doing the work ourselves. 
    47m 28s
  • Mark America Smith | Living with purpose, the epidemic of detachment from meaningful work, pre-forgiveness, "safe spaces," consecration

    23 ABR. 2024 · In this fascinating conversation with Mark "America" Smith, he shares the story of living in a dream-come-true state of retirement, but ultimately finding it unfulfilling, then giving up everything to serve refugess affected by the war in Ukraine. We delve into topics such as the importance of meaningful work, the idea of taking offense and "pre-forgiveness," what it means to create "safe spaces" for learning and growth – but without removing reality or consequences, and how to consecrate and take risks in order to make a difference in the world.
    1h 39s
  • Stories of Brotherhood | Inspiring stories of heroism, reaching out, and caring for ourselves and others

    9 ABR. 2024 · In this episode, we read stories of heroism and brotherhood. We discuss how we serve, find the balance of self care and service, reaching out, and what messages have stood out and been impactful to us and others. 
    34m 56s
  • Joe Speredon | Journey into men's work, accountability, community, living with purpose and embodying healthy masculinity

    2 ABR. 2024 · We were honored to have Joe Speredon, leader of the Utah Men's Circle and the Algiz Guard Brotherhood, discuss his journey into men's work, embodying healthy masculinity, and forging communities with intention. We dive into his personal journey of healing and creating his personal code of conduct, of how we take accountability for ourselves and our lives, of how to create deeper community and connection among men's circles, and how to live and model healthy masculinity. 
    1h 38s
  • Baron of truth or baron of lies | a vulnerable, true story of navigating promises that seemed too good to be true

    19 MAR. 2024 · Last December we navigated through an exciting, confusing, and crazy situation when some promises were made to us that just seemed to good to be true. We share a vulnerable story of an emotional rollercoaster – our hope, doubt, skepticism, belief, anger, confusion, disappointment, and finding peace. It led to some important insights for each of us, and how we chose to manage big emotions and confusing situations. 
    51m 59s
  • Clay Olsen | Founder of Impact Suite, Raise, and Fight the New Drug, harms of pornography, 8 principles for mental wellness

    12 MAR. 2024 · Clay Olsen shares his journey from filmmaking to becoming a co-founder of Fight the New Drug, a movement dedicated to increasing awareness of the effects of pornography on individuals, relationships, and society. We dive into some of the sobering realities of this goliath of an industry and content that is more accessible now than ever, while also addressing the issue of shame that can further compound the struggle of unwanted porn consumption.  We then transition into some of Clay's more recent work related to mental wellness and he outlines 8 patterns that have helped people overcome addiction and mental health struggles. __ About our guest: Clay Olsen is the CEO and Founder of Impact Suite, the creators of a suite of award-winning on-demand self-care apps that have helped hundreds of thousands of individuals find deeper healing and recovery in over 150 countries (see impactsuite.com). Clay currently sits on the Board of Directors for a number of different non-profit and start-up organizations and finds a lot of fulfillment in advising entrepreneurs in their efforts to make a dent in the world. Early on in his career, Olsen co-founded and led the creation of Fight the New Drug — a youth movement dedicated to raising awareness on the harmful effects of pornography and other forms of sexual exploitation through science, facts, and personal accounts that has been featured on ABC, The New York Times, NPR, CBS, CNN, USA Today, and more. After 10 years of running Fight the New Drug, he now serves as President and sits on the board of directors and helps guide the larger vision. (See FightTheNewDrug.org to learn more) His newest passion project is leading the creation of Raise — a free parenting resource dedicated to helping parents navigate the challenges of the current digital landscape with their children while helping them develop healthy relationships with technology.
    1h 4m 24s
  • Platonic Bromance | the epidemic of loneliness, the need for brotherhood, the power of connection through openness and vulnerability

    5 MAR. 2024 · After a little friendly banter and some laughs, we dive into this podcast's theme...male friendships. Last May, the U.S. surgeon general declared an epidemic of loneliness. We discuss the challenges of finding time for friends as working adults with families, how we find brotherhood, and what it can look like to forge those deeper connections. We also discuss some of the stigmas of male friendships and how we can move beyond the superficial into deeper relationships, demonstrating strength in vulnerability, trust, and mutual respect.
    48m 24s
  • Curtis Morley | "Counterfeit Emotions," moving through divorce, loss, and pain, understanding authentic vs. counterfeit emotions

    27 FEB. 2024 · In this episode, our guest Curtis Morley shares his powerful experiences of going through a challenging divorce and later losing his close friend, Jerry. These events propeled him to research and understand – and now share with thousands through speaking events, masterminds, and an upcoming book – some important and life-changing principles about the difference between authentic emotions vs. counterfeit emotions. Authentic emotions connect us and bring us peace and joy, counterfeit emotions disconnect us and compound our suffering, but they can sometimes look and act like authentic emotions which makes them so important to discern. Join the Facebook group to sign up for the upcoming Counterfiet Emotions Masculine Mastermind: https://www.facebook.com/groups/counterfeitemotions/ A couple members of our community will win free access, and for all Heare Brotherhood subscribers, use code: "Heare" for $100 off About our guest: Curtis Morley is a WSJ Best Selling Author, coach, mentor, educator, thought leader, mountaineer, and patent holder, he’s helped multiple entrepreneurs achieve next-level growth through his company the Entrepreneurs Paradox. Curtis has built companies achieving 20x growth and acquired 96 of the Fortune 100 as clients, been awarded Entrepreneur of the Year, 40-Under-40, and Inc. 500/5000 six times including Hall of Fame. He’s recently changed his focus to bringing to light the principles behind his forthcoming book “Counterfeit Emotions.” He’s now sharing this life-changing message with individuals so they can find peace and achieve healthy, balanced, and centered lives.
    44m 26s

The Heare Brotherhood mission is to forge a global brotherhood of support and growth. What started as a vision and a dream has turned into a global brotherhood, with members...

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The Heare Brotherhood mission is to forge a global brotherhood of support and growth.

What started as a vision and a dream has turned into a global brotherhood, with members from over 50 countries in every habitable continent.

We are creating a space where men can connect, support and strengthen each other, shoulder life’s burdens together, and realize that we are not alone on our journeys as men, as fathers, as brothers, as sons.

We dive into authentic conversations, with some laughs and some tears, covering topics like:

What is true masculinity? What is true brotherhood?
How to connect more deeply with ourselves, others, and our higher power.
What tools, concepts, and practices help us live our lives more fully.
How to become more present and authentic.
How intentional vulnerability demonstrates strength and courage.

We also give you a sneak peek into how we as the founders – John Moore, Justin Brey, Michael Allen, and Jason Rogers – have built this brotherhood. You’ll see some raw moments, some stories of success and failure, and some twists and turns of seeking to fulfill our mission of forging a global brotherhood of support and growth.

We are here to hear. Thanks for listening to and supporting the Heare Brotherhood podcast.
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