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February 26, 2019 07:06 PM PST

Now, before we release our special wrap up episode with World Champion Tandem Surfer, Pilot, Scuba Diver, Skydiver, NINJA Black Belt, Catholic, Dad, and host of the nationally broadcast Deep Adventure radio show - Bear Woznick... before we do that, we must finish the series.

In this episode, we talk about being more. Rooting mediocrity out of our lives and stepping up our game are how we become the men God has created us to be. And it is in being who we are based on doing the previously mentioned as right as we can, that we teach the next generation of warriors how to be more when life gives us less comfort and more struggle. We are not meant for comfort, we are meant for greatness, for sanctity. So get after it!

To get a preview of our guest for next week, click on the link:

February 18, 2019 09:43 PM PST

If you're the average man, asking you to do more may seem offensive. But then again, average doesn't listen to this podcast. So measure yourself by the saints and realize there is always room for growth in your own life, like in the life of the white belts in Catholicism doing this podcast.

Our Scripture comes from Proverbs 16:9

We make reference to our guest for our wrap up episode... can't wait to tell you next week.

We also shout out Fr. Mike Schmitz - Listen to this linked episode, it will break your heart if your heart is one that is after The Lord. https://bulldogcatholic.org/02-10-19-disqualified-unfit/

Stay sharp.

February 12, 2019 09:08 PM PST

Have less, do more, be more. In this episode, we lay out a plan to root out mediocrity out of our lives. Here's the plan:

Write - How you fail God and how you fail others.
Be - Who God created you to be.
Stand - Up for what you believe in.
Attack! - The mediocrity with a proper sense of justice developed through prayer and habitual acts that give to each their due, in love.

Our Scripture comes from Proverbs 16:9 "The human heart plans the way, but The Lord directs the steps."

Stay Sharp.

February 05, 2019 03:22 PM PST

Today we have the insta and twitter-famous Fr. Tim Grumbach joining us with a conversation I could not bring myself to cut short. We go on a few tangents here (just to be fair), but we felt cutting them off would do everyone a disservice. So get ready for a longer podcast, but well worth your time. So pour yourself a glass and get ready to be enlightened by someone Ramon and I want to grow up to be like someday. Be blessed and stay sharp.

January 29, 2019 08:48 PM PST

In this installment of the podcast, we say the stuff about the things. So hit play and get into the conversation.

Scripture Matthew 16:18

We made reference to Jim Caviezel's Seek 2018 talk

January 23, 2019 07:40 PM PST

In this episode, the dudes talk about another way we attack the gates of hell (Matthew 16:18) and that is to stand up for what is right, for what we believe in, for the beloved whom we aim to take to heaven. We also break format and have a special guest who shares a little of her family's experience at the LA Archdiocesan Pro Life March - One Life LA, among other thoughts about standing up for the faith and what men need to do to better stand for the beloved.

One Life LA website: https://onelifela.org

Scripture: http://www.usccb.org/bible/matthew/16

January 15, 2019 09:13 PM PST

The American Psychological Association just came out with a bunch of bull. Let's talk about it.

This is the first installment of a three part series to talk about strategies to reclaiming manhood in a society that is bent on destroying it instead of harnessing it and everything it comes with for the purposes of putting it at the service of the good, the true, and the beautiful. Our strategy for our first of three episodes is to just be. Be a man, a stoic, competitive, aggressive man; who puts all his strengths at the service of others.

If you wish to read the APA article, here it is: https://www.apa.org/about/policy/boys-men-practice-guidelines.pdf

January 09, 2019 08:30 PM PST

In this series, we struggle to figure out who's stomach made a noise, and wrap up our most important series on raising the next generation of warriors. You're not here to read, you're here to hear and don't forget (I know we usually kind of joke about it) but if you enjoy what we do, please give us a 5-star review, we would really appreciate it... or whatever.

January 01, 2019 05:34 PM PST

In the last installment of this podcast Ramon and Adrian continue to talk about raising the new generation of warriors. The Guardian focuses on what we must do in order to protect the next generation of warriors. Part of being the protector means you guard against yourself and the absence of self. So be present, be their leader, be their protector, be the one who leads them to Christ.

Scripture: Micah 7:8 www.usccb.org/bible/micah/7

December 25, 2018 06:01 PM PST

In this new episode, Adrian and Ramon continue to talk about raising the new generation of warriors. The Giver focuses on what to give the warriors of days to come. Part of being the leader of your household, means you provide the material and non-material, yet invaluable necessities. This podcast features a coughing James, an East LA train, and Winston Churchill impressions (if you usually wait for our shenanigans.

Scripture: Micah 7:8 http://www.usccb.org/bible/micah/7

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