“Man up” is a term that is likely to trigger a lot of people in the world today. It’s too bad because the term is so misunderstood by society and so powerful when there is a clear understanding of what it actually means.
My guest today, Mr. Bedros Keuilian, talks with us about what that means and how to instill the meaning into our boys, how to lead yourself more effectively, assessing and analyzing risk, overcoming bad programming and each and every one of us can more effectively “man up” in our lives.
“There is an absolute role in the aggression and the violence that men deliver.” Tweet That— Bedros Keuilian
Gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce you to our repeat guest, Bedros Keuilian.
I was so blown away with his my first conversation with him and his story that I thought it only made sense to bring him back on considering he just released a new book called, Man Up: How to Cut the Bullshit and Kick Ass in Business (and in Life).
Bedros is a serial entrepreneur, speaker, coach, and author and one of my favorite people to talk to because of his no-nonsense approach to life. I really think you’re going to enjoy this episode because he tells it like it is and says the things most people are thinking but too afraid to say.
Guys, get your notepads out and get ready to hear from a man who has come from nothing and turned his into an absolutely incredible life.
“When the shit hits the fan, we look to policemen, firemen, and supermen, to come rescue us.” Tweet That— Bedros Keuilian
- How to lead yourself more effectively
- Understanding the power of your “why”
- How to heal yourself
- Why small commitments are more significant than the larger ones
- Why rites of passage are so important for young men
- The power of decisiveness
- How to develop clarity of vision
- How to build a high-performance team
- Making the “mind-muscle” connection
- Analyzing and assessing risks
- Overcoming bad programming
- Developing mental toughness
- The power of owning every situation
- Creating the blueprint for the type of man you want to be
- Becoming and raising a “Modern Day Knight”
- The difference between reasons and excuses
“It’s become so easy to make excuses, to give up control, and say, ‘I settle for mediocrity.'” Tweet That— Bedros Keuilian
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“It takes a certain kind of mental toughness to think, “A crappy thing happened to me but I grew from it, learned from it, and I’m a better person because of it.” Tweet That— Bedros Keuilian
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“Negativity and pessimism is the kiss of death for any entrepreneur, or human for that matter.” Tweet That— Bedros Keuilian