Podcast

Communicating with Trolls: The Late Night Show with Mike and Dan

Brojo coaches Dan Munro and Mike Wells get together to chat randomly about all things related to difficult communication, especially trying to communicate with trolls and haters online, or dealing with forums and groups that have turned nasty. BROJO – Confidence and Integrity for Men! · [#230] Communicating with Trolls: The Late Night Show with Mike and Dan   Want

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How To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

Comparing yourself to other people is the shortest path to Hell. In this episode, we join Dan and the BROJO crew on a webinar call about how to measure yourself without comparison to other people. BROJO – Confidence and Integrity for Men! · [#198] How To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others   Dan’s Top Resources Books Dan has 3 bestselling

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The Shocking True Story of How I Became A Nice Guy… and How I Recovered

Say goodbye to not feeling good enough with my Shamelessness course In an effort to rolemodel the value of shamelessness, I’ve created this mini-autobiography highlighting some of the key moments in my life that caused me to develop Nice Guy Syndrome, and then later to recover from it through discovering authentic self confidence. I explore – my early school experiences

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10 Childhood Traumas that cause Nice Guy Syndrome

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course Being a nice guy is actually a form of mental illness. It’s the result of coping mechanisms we created in childhood and teen years to deal with traumatic events and painful situations. When good-hearted boys are faced with emotional harm and lack the tools to properly process, confront and deal with

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The Upper Limit Problem: Is self sabotage actually helpful?

Say goodbye to not feeling good enough with my Shamelessness course In the book The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks, we are introduced to the “upper limit problem”, whereby people who should be more successful sabotage themselves, often subconsciously, due to fear of change and fear of success. Obviously, this seen to be a bad thing. Self sabotage is seen

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Dealing with Your Inner Critic (Nice Guy Recovery)

That “not good enough” story in your head is common – we all experience it, yet we almost never talk about it. In this webinar, we challenge that inner critic, discuss how to live with it, and how to actually use it to make yourself more confident. If you’re a Nice Guy people pleaser who’s sick of that discouraging voice

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The Late Night Show with Dan & Mike: How to Discipline and Balance Your Life

Coaches Dan and Mike from Brojo talk about the struggles they’ve had staying disciplined with exercise and eating healthy, and what tools they use to overcome issues like low motivation, procrastination, lifestyle imbalance, and outside interference. >> LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE << BROJO – Confidence and Integrity for Men! · [#225] The Late Night Show with Dan & Mike:

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How to stop taking things personally

Accelerate your social and love life with my Overcoming Fear of Rejection course on Udemy Taking something personally means to assume that a critical piece of feedback or an offensive opinion is somehow directly relevant to you, and presents a threat that you need to defend yourself against. Taking it personally is probably the #1 cause of conflict in relationships,

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Deep dive into PEOPLE PLEASING – with Dan Munro and Angie McQuillin

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course Coaches Dan Munro and Angie McQuillin are both experts in helping people-pleasers become more assertive, confident and honest. Dan focuses on Nice Guys who struggle in their romantic relationships, while Angie focuses on C-Suite executives who want to be more assertive in their careers. In this epic 2 hour podcast, Dan

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Is it OK for parents to lie to their kids?

Is it OK for parents to lie to their kids? Most parents seem to think so (as do other adults), and each has their own lies and justifications that they think are acceptable. And yet, if you were to lie to these parents, they’d feel disrespected and even outraged. So why do parents think it’s acceptable to lie to their

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The Lone Wolf: making the most of being different, with Dr Gareth Craze

Listen to the episode on Soundcloud here: Brojo Online, with Dan Munro & Mike Wells · [#222] The Lone Wolf: making the most of being different, with Dr Gareth Craze Find out more about Dr Gareth Craze’s coaching and philosophy here: ENERGEIA COACHING Dr Gareth Craze is an old friend of mine who’s career has followed a similar trajectory into

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The greatest life lessons I’ve ever learned

Say goodbye to not feeling good enough with my Shamelessness course Every now and then we wake up to an undeniable truth that changes everything we thought we knew! I’ve been lucky enough to have experienced a great number of these epiphanies over the years, and in this podcast episode I share some of the most powerful ones to hit

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