Order of Man

We are reclaiming what it means to be a man. Each week we interview the world's most successful men on the planet - elite athletes, warriors, New York Times Bestselling Authors, and world-class entrepreneurs - extract their hard-fought lessons and experiences and deliver them straight to you. Past guests include Jocko Willink, Tim Kennedy, Andy Frisella, Lewis Howes, Grant Cardone, Ryan Holiday, Ben Greenfield, Rich Roll, and so many more. If you're ready to level up your life as a man, this is the show for you.


131: Living Life on the Edge | Navy SEAL Andy Stumpf

Everywhere you turn, you'll find men living what I call the sedated...Everywhere you turn, you'll find men living what I call the sedated life. Like robots on an assembly line, these men wake up at the same time, eat the same food for breakfast, drive to work the same way every day, do the same menial tasks for 8-9 hours, drive home, kiss the wife and kids, eat dinner, watch some TV, go to bed, and do it all over again. My guest today, former Navy SEAL and wingsuit base-jumper Andy Stumpf is the exact opposite of that. And, while we can't all be Navy SEALs, jump of really high mountains and structures, and travel the distance of 18 miles in a wingsuit, we can all take some calculated risks that make us feel alive. Today we talk about finding something worth fighting for, eliminating emotions in the decision-making process, why people fail in the application of their goals, and how to live life on the edge.?? ANDY STUMPF Andy Stumpf (@andystumpf77) is a former Navy SEAL with SEAL Team Five and later joining the most elite counter-terrorism unit in the military, SEAL Team Six.? He is also 5.11 and Black Rifle Coffee Company sponsored athlete, and has an affinity for jumping off really tall mountains and perfectly good airplanes. As impressive as that sounds, he refers to himself as a "professional gravity enthusiast" and rightfully so. He's completed wingsuit jumps lasting more that 18 miles at speeds of 161 mph. He is the recipient of 5 Bronze Star Medals (four with valor), the Purple Heart, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Navy and Marine Corp Commendation Medal with Valor, three Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medals, and two Combat Action Ribbons. In other words, the man is a genuine Bad-A and today's he's here to talk about living life on the edge. Please leave us a review at http://orderofman.com/itunes Shownotes: http://orderofman.com/131 Website: http://orderofman.com   Show More

43:01 9/19/2017

Past Episodes

I think it's safe to assume by now that you probably - at least to some degree - understand that having a coach is such a valuable strategy towards becoming great, whether that's improving your golf swing, enhancing your public speaking skills, building a solid relationship with your wife, or growing your business. But, it amazes me how often men recognize the value of coaching in elite performers yet underestimate the power of having a coach even if you're not at the elite level or competing on the global stage. Today I talk about why you should consider hiring a coach and what to look for. www.orderofman.com/FFN073 www.orderofman.com
13:13 9/15/2017
If you're anything like me, you are what I refer to as a "starter." I've never been at a loss for figuring out how to start things. Getting things done is a completely different story. Today I am joined by New York Times Bestselling author, Jon Acuff. If you have a problem with finishing what you start, this is the episode for you and, I'm not going to lie, I needed this one more than most. We talk about the developing a tolerance for imperfection, why "strategic incompetence" is a powerful tool, how to overcome what Jon calls "noble obstacles," a new spin on SMART goals, and how to finally finish what you started. Jon Acuff Guys, I am so stoked to be introducing you to my guest today, Mr. Jon Acuff. I've read all four of his books and I've been trying to get him on the show for two years. The time finally came with the release of his new book today (if you're listening to this the day it is being released), Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done. The other books I've read are Do Over, Start, and Quitter. All of which have been instrumental in helping me launch the podcast you're listening to right now. He's a New York Times Bestselling Author. He's worked with companies like Home Depot, Staples, and The Dave Ramsey Team. He's been featured on CNN, Fox News, and other major media outlets. This guy is intelligent, he's funny, and he's here to drop some serious knowledge on the art, science, and skill of finishing what you start. Please leave us a review at http://orderofman.com/itunes Shownotes: http://orderofman.com/130 Website: http://orderofman.com
42:00 9/12/2017
Today, I thought it would be a good idea to address something that has impacted millions of people over the last several weeks and that is the nightmare in Houston created by Hurricane Harvey. As I've thought about what those people must be experiencing and what we've seen online and on TV, I can't help but think of a couple glaring lessons we should all look to when it comes to how we conduct ourselves as men. I see some areas of improvement and I see some areas that, from what I can tell are absolutely amazing to see in the wake of such a horrific situation. So, let's get into these lessons today. www.orderofman.com/FFN072 www.orderofman.com
09:57 9/8/2017
Politics - just the mention of the word infuriates most and has the ability to split up marriages and lifelong friendships alike. What a shame, since our political environment literally permeates every single element of our lives - taxes, defense, infrastructure, education, economics, and so much more. ?Today, I am joined by my good friend and mentor Sean Whalen. Sean is currently running for congress in the third congressional district in Utah. You're going to love some of what this man has to say and, I'm sure a lot of you are going to hate what he has to say. But, regardless, I encourage you to listen with an open mind so we can prove to the world that it is possible to hold a civil and intelligent political conversation. SEAN WHALEN Gentlemen, today I get to introduce you to one of my favorite repeat guests, Mr. Sean Whalen.? Sean is a friend and mentor of mine and, although I don't agree with him on everything, I have always admired his candor and ability to hold true to his convictions. He has done everything from MMA fighting to real estate mogul to off-road truck driver. He's talked about it all from hitting rock bottom through a bankruptcy and nasty divorce to what has become an incredible movement with Lions Not Sheep. And, if that's not enough, he's adding Congressional Candidate to the never-ending resume that can only be Sean Whalen's. ??Gentlemen, buckle up, listen up, and let's talk about men and politics. Please leave us a review at http://orderofman.com/itunes Shownotes: http://orderofman.com/129 Website: http://orderofman.com
42:43 9/5/2017
You may have heard the Latin phrase, "Memento Mori" which quite literally means "remember that you have to die." That phrase has also been used to describe an object that serves as a reminder of death, like a skull or any other object that has that connotation. Now, the reason I want to talk with you about this because, just prior to hitting record on this podcast, I booked a flight and hotel to go see my father who, just a couple days ago, had a heart attack. I don't know whether he is going to live or die but, unfortunately, right now, things don't look good. I'm sure by the time this podcast is released we'll know if he has passed or if he's in the clear. As I think about all that's gone on for me physically, mentally, and emotionally over the past 48 hours, I can't help but think about the prospect of my own death. www.orderofman.com/FFN071 www.orderofman.com
08:45 9/1/2017
So many men are afraid to even talk about style. In my experience, they believe that it's just not that important when it comes to being a man or they don't want to be viewed as anything less than manly. I get it. I used to be the same way. That was until I understood the power of dressing well and leveling up your presence. Dressing well isn't about a well-tailored suit, fancy shoes, and overpriced jeans. It's about being deliberate and intentional about sharing with the world who you really are. My friend, Ryan Magin joins me today to talk about what role style plays in masculinity, why men are afraid to elevate their style, something he calls "enclothed cognition" and the "halo effect," and how to use your style to have more and be more. RYAN MAGIN Gentlemen, my guest today is my good friend, Ryan Magin.??I met Ryan three years ago as I was launching Order of Man and the StyleCon conference. I'll admit, I'm not one who is very good when it comes to what I wear and how I look. But, I've learned a ton from Ryan about the way you look has proven to not only increase confidence in yourself but confidence from others too. Ryan dresses well, he looks good, and his game is on-point (although I will say his style is very different than mine). But, that's the point he makes today. Is that in order to look and feel good, you have to find a style that works for you. And, that's exactly what I've seen him do over the last three years for himself as I've watched what he's done for himself, his business, and his clients. Guys, take notes, listen to this with an open mind, and learn how to use your style as another tool to get what you want. Please leave us a review at http://orderofman.com/itunes Shownotes: http://orderofman.com/128 Website: http://orderofman.com
46:15 8/29/2017
Most men seem to be living in the past. They live with guilt, remorse, sorrow, and regret. What a shame that is because if they'd only realize that their past experiences don't define who they are, I think we'd see a lot more men stepping up to the responsibilities they have today. Today, I want to share with you four steps I've incorporated in my life so that I live in the present moment. Yes, I learn from my experiences and reflect on the past but, only as a means to get better today, not to sit around feeling sorry for myself. www.orderofman.com/FFN070 www.orderofman.com
10:42 8/25/2017
Whether you own a business or you're working your way up the corporate ladder, learning how to more effectively market yourself is a critical. This one is a little different guys as you'll listen in on the conversation I have with my friend, Noah Kagan. We talk about business, side hustles, living from your purpose, and I even get into a small discussion about my religion. But, the underlying theme to the conversation we have today is how to more effectively market yourself.?? NOAH KAGAN Gentlemen, my guest today is Noah Kagan. Some of you will recognize the name, others will not. But, if you run a website in some form or another, I'm sure that you're already using the tools he created for your business. He is the founder of AppSumo and Sumo. He was employee #30 at Facebook and #4 at Mint (if you want to read some interesting stories, look into how he separated from each of those companies). In other words, the guy knows what he's doing, he knows how to market himself, and he knows how to do things on a large scale. Today, he's here to talk about marketing ourselves.? Please leave us a review at http://orderofman.com/itunes Shownotes: http://orderofman.com/127 Website: http://orderofman.com
45:20 8/22/2017
This podcast is a replay of my presentation at The Meltdown in the Desert. In it I talk about the dark catalyst for change in my life and the rock-bottom foundation for my growth as a man. Without this darkness, you would not be listening to or be part of The Order of Man. www.orderofman.com/FFN069 www.orderofman.com
23:23 8/18/2017

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