Most of what we see and hear about on the socials regarding being a man is being a savage, a lion, a killer, etc. And, while I don’t dismiss the importance of embodying those traits and characteristics, equally important is how to lead with value and serve others.
My guest today, former Navy SEAL and CIA Operative, Ray “Cash” Care and I talk about how to embody both the savage and the servant. We cover overcoming past pain and trauma, outward explosions vs. inward implosions, the difference between problem makers and problem solvers, getting past self-sabotage, and so much more.
“Stop wishing and wanting and start making and taking action.” Tweet That— Ray Care
Ray “Cash” Care
My guest today is good friend and former Navy SEAL and CIA contractor, Ray “Cash” Care.
Ray and I met years ago through a mutual connection, Bedros Keuilian, and immediately hit it off, probably because we are so alike in many ways but also very different in our approach to solving the problems we both agree on in society.
Ray tells it like he sees it and pulls no punches. In a world of apologists and softies, I’ve always appreciated his boldness and candor and the world needs more men who care deeply about the success of other men and young men.
Ray has made it his life’s mission to pour into others and teach them what he knows about being a success as one of the lead instructors for both the Modern Day Knight Project and the Squire Program.
“You can only save those who want to be saved.” Tweet That— Ray Care
- Creating a society of stronger men
- Growing in spite of past adversity
- Dealing with the haters
- You can’t save those who don’t want to be saved
- Protecting your family is an act of service
- Investing in yourself and your family
“As a man, you are always protecting your flock.” Tweet That— Ray Care
Guys, you don’t need to go at life alone. In fact, you shouldn’t. If you are, I can guarantee you’re leaving growth on the table that could be yours if only you were able to tap into a few more frameworks and a network of high-caliber men.
You can. It’s call the Iron Council and it’s only open for 4 more days before we shut it down. When you band with the other 1,200 men inside the Council, you will gain immediate access to the brotherhood, camaraderie, and accountability you need to take your finances, family relationships, and fitness to the next level.
Head to www.orderofman.com/ironcouncil to watch a short video and lock in your spot before we shut it down this week!
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