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The Rising Man Podcast

Welcome to “The Rising Man Podcast,” a platform where amazing men from all walks of life come to share their personal stories about the journey from boy to man, the challenges, triumphs, and insights they’ve experienced, and what they’ve learned along the way. Here we dive deep into masculine culture to identify what it really means to be a man in the modern world and to extract tips and tools to help EVERY man rise into greatness and become the man he is destined to be.

Jul 30, 2018

Society expects our men to be strong, self-reliant, powerful, confident, and capable. But, what happens when a man does NOT feel this way? This week, I dive into the dark side of masculinity: what does it look like, where does it come from, and what can we do to rise above it?

Jul 27, 2018

“Toxic Masculinity” is a phrase that’s been thrown around recently to describe the wounded, dark, pain-stricken expression of the masculine. It’s the result of inauthentic expression, hiding our true voice, and failing to create a culture where men can be seen and heard. Drake Reno shares with us his experiences...

Jul 23, 2018

When things get tough, do you lean in? Or do you hide out, playing small and settling for average? We’ve been conditioned to believe that things we want will come to us with ease. But, the reality is that the lessons and experiences that shape us the most come when we are brought to our edge. How can we learn to...

Jul 19, 2018

When we start to ask ourselves the question, "Is there more I am capable of?", our journey to self-discovery begins. It's not easy at first - digesting self-help books, podcasts, and YouTube videos. At some point, we must confront ourselves and be honest with who we are, who we've been, and who we want to be. Travis...

Jul 16, 2018

Calm down. Take a deep breath. Anger is violent, dangerous, and scary. All of these beliefs and stories about a very basic and normal human emotion have had major implications in our society. What if we could teach our men to express anger in a healthy, productive way?