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Free Resource (#748) - February 11th, 2009
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The New Man Podcast: Beyond the Macho Jerk and the New Age Wimp

Listen to this podcast from Personal Life Media as host Tripp Lanier engages in entertaining discussions with extraordinary men and women on what it means to be a New Man. The podcast features personal development author Steve Pavlina on following your passion in life even if you've just lost your job, Strength For Life author Shawn Phillips on how to use the power of focus and flow to enhance your life, author Marcus Buckingham on how to find and use your strengths rather than working on your weaknesses, integral philosopher Ken Wilber discussing an evolutionary and integrated approach to the differences between the sexes, and over 40 other great podcasts that can be enjoyed by women and men alike.

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