Men@Pause Reveals My Deepest Secrets

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It was supposed to be just another interview, but it turned into so much more…

Recently, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Life’s Work Group and Men@Pause (I love that name) founder, Matthew Scott. Matthew’s a really bright entrepreneur and life/business coach for grown-up dudes.

We got into some really interesting conversations about…

  • How I redefine success
  • What the major pain points are for grown up guys looking at career change
  • Why I blog and how my approach has evolved
  • The biggest mistake life and business coach’s make
  • Whether those are my hairy legs in the rose sandals,
  • What happened when I watched Brian’s Song,
  • And soooo much more

I’ve just learned the interview is now posted in Matthew’s Men@Pause interview library.

Beyond me, the library is packed with detailed interviews of some amazing people, like Michael Port (Booked Solid), Tim Berry (Entrepreneur Mag), Jason Fried (co founder of 37 Signals), John Jantsch (Duct Tape Marketing) and Gary Vaynerchuk (WineLibraryTV) and there’s no pitching or fluff (at least in the ones I’ve checked out).

So, if you want to listen in to all of us sharing insights and deep dark secrets, click here now. (Disclosure – I believe Matthew requires a token $1 access fee for his entire library of interviews. I have NO financial interest, I’m not an affiliate).

And…if there’s enough interest, I’d love to do a monthly Awake @ The Wheel call or podcast…

I could answer a bunch of your questions and share ideas, strategies and insights on on careers, lifestyles, entrepreneurship, blogging and more.

If you’d be interested in that, just let me know in the comments below and feel free to leave your questions there, too.


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6 responses to “Men@Pause Reveals My Deepest Secrets”

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  2. I haven’t checked out the interview yet but I just wanted to say I’m down with the idea of a podcast. 🙂

  3. I think it would be great if you did a podcast. Personally, I really appreciate your distinctly unique take and unexpected subject matter. I am constantly being introduced to new people and resources, like in today’s post. Never a dull moment here and I’m sure a monthly audio event would not disappoint.

  4. Jonathan,

    Around fifteen of your readers signed-up by lunch time today for access to men@pause seminar. I have not checked this afternoon to see how many others have signed-up.

    I always personally call each new men@pause seminar to show my appreciation and I just want you to know your readers are the best.

    I love the idea of you having a podcast. I agree with your readers-we need a Career Renegade podcast.

    Thanks again for making our men@pause seminar such a great experience.


    Matthew Scott, M.S.

  5. Agreed- Please podcast

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    Beautiful! 🙂