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Mike Hrostoski is making the world a better place one man at a time. In this revealing chat about, grief, loss, and growth he talks me about how our relationships can become one of our greatest engines for personal growth. Here are some of the highlights from our chat: 

  • Learning to look at your past through the lens of compassion
  • The dichotomy of tragedy and enlightenment in one event
  • How death can be one of your greatest teachers
  • Giving yourself space between tragedy and the rest of your life
  • How men become lonelier as they become more successful 
  • Why mean are programmed not to ask for help 
  • The power of making it up as you go along
  •  What happens when you start living a lie
  • How love starts to change all of your painful stories 
  • Finding a catalyst to make changes in your life  
  • Why it’s important face your pain head first 
  • Transcending the perceptions of mens’ work 
  • An interesting look at the power of deep connections 

Mike Hrostoski, The Men’s Coach, helps high performing men master their relationships with their women and their work. And he’s on a mission to make the world a better place one man at a time.


Originally aired over 2 years ago.


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