Coach Clive Maxheath (one-half of the MOF team) interviews adventurer, and mental health advocate Dan Keeley. 5 years ago Dan had a full blown manic episode after which he experienced a crippling depression. Now fully recovered he's pushing physical boundaries and raising awareness/money for the CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) charity. Running 1250 miles from Rome To Home!
Micheal interviews fellow coach Yaron Engler. Yaron is well travelled with over two decades of experience under his belt as a mentor, speaker and musician. Here the gents go deep discussing a range of topics including; relationships, balance, men's groups and the importance of taking time out alone to reflect on life purpose.
Clive and Micheal discuss the power of choice. Insights include identifying where we might be giving away our choice (and power) too easily, the danger of immediate reaction and techniques for appreciating 'in the moment' that there is a choice available to us. Elsewhere the gents provide updates on recent travels, introduce personal challenges and there are two new entrants into the hall of form!
Micheal Hilton interviews fellow coach and friend Ankush Jain talking about what it looks like to drop the misunderstanding we carry around with ourselves about being men in today's world. Ankush is a coach, mentor, speaker and crater of the powerful men's groups that helping men to see how powerful that truly are.
Coach Clive Maxheath explores 'creativity' with actor and creative entrepreneur Ray Hunwicks. The gents let fly here discussing topics such as; how functional modern living can stifle our creative energies, it’s role in education and misconceptions about what it actually means to engage life in this way.
Ray has been working within the arts for many years and in early 2017 launched Simply Create. A business venture with a mission to achieve more with creativity! Supporting people & businesses in recognising and developing their own creativity.
Clive and Micheal discuss the theme of loneliness amongst men. Trends discussed include the social media friend myth, the increased propensity for loneliness to become an issue as we get older and ways we can ensure we're staying engage and meeting a vital human need.