Risen from the depths of poverty, abuse, fatherlessness, infidelity, divorce, guilt, shame and worthlessness, Paul takes his life experiences, and the lessons he has learned, along with a burning desire to give men their life back and offer a real, authentic, no judgment perspective. He engages in conversations with men who offer insights on how you can live life with purpose and show up a better man each day.
Aimless, broke, disgusted, weary, lost, unfulfilled… ready for significant changes in life?
It will be a difficult road to navigate, but the pain and patterns of the past are no longer an option.
What changes need to be made?
Where do you begin?
Owning your story, uncovering your identity, and navigating new territory as you begin taking steps to positively impact the world and fulfill your purpose will require humility, honesty, honor, courage, dedication, determination, and a trustworthy community of men who can challenge, encourage, and equip you to be the man you are meant to be.
Risen from the depths of poverty, abuse, fatherlessness, aimless pursuits, infidelity, divorce, guilt, shame, insecurity, and worthlessness, Paul now takes his life experiences, and the lessons he has learned, along with a burning desire to give men their life back and offers a real, authentic, no judgment perspective. He engages in conversations with men who offer insights on how you can live life with purpose and show up a better man each day.
A few of the topics covered include: life stories, mess ups, dark secrets, purpose, vision, identity, radical change, relationships, leadership, faith, reflection, finances, health, mentorship, community, planning, execution and more.
On this week’s episode of the True North Man Podcast, Paul interviews Larry Broughton, an award-winning entrepreneur / CEO, best-selling author, keynote speaker, hotelier, and former US Army Green Beret
In this episode, Larry discusses:
The power of serving other people.
How he persevered through struggles and traumas in life
The importance of setting expectations in your personal and business relationships
“Very few non-profits, very few businesses ever get it right the first time. You
gotta take course corrections song the way”
Discover all that Paul Beam has to offer through his Website here www.truenorthman.com.
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