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Authentic Sales: How to Sell Without Manipulation

Marketing and sales gurus usually try to convince you to use manipulative techniques to make a quick buck off insecure people, like using scarcity, pushing on pain points, rushing the money discussion, getting them to “comply” with a “Yes ladder”, and all sorts of bullshit. Not only are these techniques unethical and feel disgusting to use (if you have any

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How to Make Decisions Like a Chess Grandmaster

Your quality of life is a direct result of the quality of your decision making. But if everyone knew how to make good decisions the world would be a much better place. It’s so hard to know if what you’re choosing to do right now is going to be the call you’re proud of later… or sometimes it is obvious

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Why the term “Toxic Masculinity” hurts us all

The term “toxic masculinity” was original devised by a men’s advocate group to describe the way men are raised with a skewed, macho, harmful version of what it means to be a man. However, as a term toxic masculinity has since come to basically mean that it’s bad to be masculine in any way. In this podcast we aim to

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21 Unusual Tips to Succeed at EVERYTHING

When asked, most successful people will tell you a story about how they became successful, but unfortunately it won’t often be true. It will just be what they wished was true, like they worked hard, or were courageous, or broke the rules in some dashing way. Brojo Online, with Dan Munro & Mike Wells · [#211] 21 Unusual Tips to

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How to Stop Worrying and Be Less Paranoid

Many people live their lives in a nearly constant state of fight or flight mode, because they keep worrying about the future. They feel that this worry is uncontrollable, and they are paranoid about “something bad” happening in the future. In this episode, we explore what worrying really is, and how to reduce it. Brojo Online, with Dan Munro &

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The Brain Malfunction that Makes Nice Guys Lose

Nice Guys and people pleasers often get exactly the opposite of what they’re trying to get, and it doesn’t make any sense. But there’s a good reason for this. The classic tragedy of being a Nice Guy or a people-pleaser is that your strategy to get what you want (and avoid what you don’t want) nearly always backfires on you.

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How to give your life meaning and sense of purpose

Finding a reason to live – a sense of purpose, a mission, a meaning – is probably the most important pursuit for any human who has already accomplished their basic survival needs. When you don’t have to worry about food and shelter anymore, you’ll start to ask questions like “Why am I here?” and if you don’t have an answer,

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You’re Already Where You Need to Be

NOTE: Sound quality is a bit poorer on this one. The “not good enough” story is a manifestation of a deeper belief that many people have: the idea that you’re not “there” yet. It’s a ridiculous concept and yet nearly everyone falls victim to it. In this episode, we explore the fallacy of thinking you’re not already where you need

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Authentic Relationship Tips for Nice Guys

In this episode, I dug through the archives to bring you my top 5 pieces on building authentic relationships: – what women really want – nice guys and the women who enable them – how to create an authentic relationship – the difference between a relationship and a connection – honesty in relationships Consider it a starter pack for any

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The 15 Top Mistakes People Make in Self-Development

In this episode we cover the top mistakes I’ve seen people make as a coach in their self development journies Brojo Online, with Dan Munro & Mike Wells · [#201] The 15 Top Mistakes People Make in Self-Development 1. The information trap 2. Guru worship – throwing $ at the problem 4. Materialism – attachment to outcomes 5. Chasing abundance

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Uncomfortable Truth Bombs for Nice Guys

If you’re a Nice Guy or a people-pleaser, it’s probably time you faced the hard truths about what’s really going on. In this episode, Dan addresses the key elements to this syndrome that you’ll need to work on and overcome if you ever hope to building strong self-confidence, genuine connections, and a meaningful career. >> Listen to the episode on

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Advice from A Psychopath: How to Stop Caring What Others Think of You

A few years ago, I was assessed as being highly psychopathic. While I don’t have the traits of lack of conscience and empathy, I am incredibly ruthless and find it easy to influence (manipulate) people. I also used to be obsessed with worrying what other people thought of me, and trying to make them like me. However, I’ve since learned

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