Apr 8, 2019
Are you feeling ‘numb and dumb’? Indoctrinated by a society that teaches men NOT to feel? To disconnect from qualities like warmth and receptivity? If you’re ready to break apart the armor and live a more fulfilling life, it’s time to let go of the things that no longer serve you and leverage a framework for change.
Personal development expert Rob Kandell is a speaker and podcaster on a mission to help people up-level their communication skills and live more balanced, energized and purposeful lives. He left the corporate world in 2002 to become an entrepreneur, founding the global 8-figure business OneTaste. Today, Rob is the Principal of Kandell Consulting and host of the Tuff Love podcast on relationships, intimacy and gender dynamics. He is also the author of the new book unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them.
Today, Rob joins Emerald to discuss how our patriarchal society trains men not to feel and share the embarrassing moment that inspired his decision to evolve. He describes OneTaste’s focus on pleasure, explaining the connection between good sex and liking yourself. Rob also explores the value in training your brain to see success and the challenge in making change without the help of a support team. Listen in for Rob’s framework for transformation and learn how he is inspired by a belief that men can live full, empowered, healthy lives!
The moment Rob realized the depth of his ignorance
How our patriarchal society trains men not to feel
How the pain of staying the same inspired Rob to change
The principles behind Rob’s former business, OneTaste
The connection between good sex and liking yourself
Rob’s general framework of change
Why it’s much more difficult to change without a team
Rob’s skill in coaching clients on psychology + leverage
How Rob is inspired by men’s potential to live full lives
Rob’s insight around training your brain to see success
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.