S12E1: Socially Distant Yet Emotionally Available w/ Connor Beaton
Dateable: Your insider's look into modern dating
We're back and about to break down exactly what it means to be emotionally available with men's coach and founder of ManTalks, Connor Beaton. We discuss how emotional availability shows up differently for men and women, indicators to see if your partner (and yourself!) are emotionally open, and why we need to stop being afraid to scare off the wrong f*cking people.Follow Connor Beaton at @mantalks and check out his podcast 'Man Talks' on all your favorite podcast players. To learn more about Connor visit https://connorbeaton.com/.This episode is brought to you byBetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy at betterhelp.com/dateable with the code DATEABLEKensington’s newest title from THE DUKE HEIST by Erica Ridley. You can find THE DUKE HEIST wherever books are sold or visit ericaridley.com.Gobble: Get 6 meals for $36 plus free shipping visit gobble.com/dateableCover art Photography Credit: Larry Wong #lwongphotoDateable is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at frolic.media/podcastsSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dateable-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
How to mentally thrive as a man right now with Connor Beaton
The UNcivilized Podcast with Traver Boehm
"We are in the midst of the greatest mental health crisis the world has ever seen."- Connor Beaton. Since 2019 we have been dealing with the Covid pandemic, even this year, which has been a radical lifestyle change for millions of people worldwide. The human being was born to live in society and now is being forced to live in isolation. In this episode, we will have a special guest who has influenced a lot in men's work, even in my life; Connor Beaton. We will talk about how we as men can generate a change in society concerning mental health, the mental health in men, how technology and misinformation affect our perception, and how to work on our nervous system to tolerate high-stress situations. ABOUT CONNOR BEATON He is first and foremost a Leader - Connor firmly believes that in order to achieve excellence in what you do, you must be effective at helping others achieve excellence in what they do. Connor feels privileged to have a wide breadth of experience working globally across diverse cultures and industries from Classical Music, Small Business Owner, Retail, and Technology. The extent of his work experience includes - Sales Management, Sales Training, B2B, Account Management, Leading Sales Cycles, E-Commerce, Talent Development, Presentation, and Public Speaking. Core Strengths: Sales, Talent Development, Project Management, Account Management, Building Effective Teams, and Client Relations. CONNECT WITH CONNOR Website | connorbeaton.com Instagram | @mantalks Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/connor.beaton.1 Twitter | @ConnorBeaton LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/connorbeaton/ WHAT YOU WILL HEAR [1:53] Getting to know Connor and Traver. [3:42] Connor's thoughts on mental health during Covid. [7:06] Learn how to deal with challenges during Covid. [8:10] How to deal with acute issues during isolation. [16:34] Trust your intuition in an uninformed world. [25:38] The dead age of social cohesion. [34:03] Join the UNcivilized Nation. [33:35] Acknowledging pain throughout the chaos. [47:40] Driving your pain. [52:44] Addictions during the quarantine. [59:11] Where to find Connor. If you look at the civilized world and think, “no thank you,” then you should subscribe to our podcast so you don’t miss a single episode! Also, join the uncivilized community, and connect with me on my website, Facebook, or Instagram so you can join in on our live recordings, ask questions to guests, and more.
021 Shadow work & masculinity's attachment to religion & patriotism with Connor Beaton
It would seem now more than perhaps ever, or certainly in recent history, we as a society, are faced with our shadow; the parts of ourselves, as individuals and a collective, that we have shamed, shunned, and hidden away into a dark corner. When we reject or shame something it goes away into the dark, and we try to convince ourselves that it’s not here, not around, simply because we’re choosing not to see it. But that is very far from the truth. In the dark those things are gaining power, they grow. When the parts of us in the shadow gain power they leak into our lives. And the best answer to that from the level of psychology that created it, is to shame it further and hide it even more. All this does is give more power to those parts of us we want to shame, which continue to act out in ineffective ways, keeping us in that cycle of shame and self-rejection. This idea of the shadow isn’t a new one, but the actual reality of it is much older - as old as humans have been evolved creatures, yet it only seems to get stronger the more we have a world of divisive tribal ideologies and rhetoric creating more and more ‘us vs them’. This look into the shadow is what I wanted to explore on the podcast this week with my guest Connor Beaton. In this Episode: Connor is a men’s coach, the founder of Mantalks, and a great man with a wildly interesting past and wholly impressive present. His work is similar to mine in that he works in supporting men in exploring the parts of themselves that have been pushed into the dark corners, bringing those dark parts into the light. so that they can reclaim agency of their lives. He does a lot of focused work on the shadow, and so this was what we explored in this episode starting squarely with his own story. This story is one ranging from international opera singer to living out of his car and having a total moment of rock-bottom leading into a personal transformation of sorts, all the way through to the amazing work he does now. We also take this topic into an area I think we need to continue to explore when it comes to addressing the state of men and masculinity, and that is the way in which man men across the globe, but most certainly in the USA exclusively tie their masculinity to their religion and their patriotism. Connor has spoken about this before, and it was a topic I wanted to cover with him on this episode so we waded in to explore why and how men tie their masculinity to anything external to them, including country and Christ. As always, if you have questions out of it - ask me. Hit me on social media @mikecampbellmc on Instagram or @Mike Campbell Man Coach on Facebook Where to find Connor: Website https://connorbeaton.com/ And find him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mantalks/ And all podcast platforms at Mantalks https://connorbeaton.com/podcast/ Other Ways To Consume this podcast: iTunes Spotify YouTube Mike's site Transcript (coming soon) Get Involved: Subscribe to podcast on Apple Follow on Spotify Sign up for Mike’s LEGENDAILY Texts to help you with a daily shot of loving straight talk direct to your pocket Explore Mike’s EVERYDAY LEGENDS ACADEMY coaching program and book a strategy call to discuss if it can be the thing that makes THE difference in your life - Feb 2021 intake open NOW.
Pursue Fulfillment to Achieve Success With Connor Beaton
Knowledge For Men Archives
Connor Beaton is a thought leader in the men’s community who founded ManTalks, has spoken at events around the nation, including TEDx. Favorite Success Quote “Aim for fulfillment and success will follow” Key Points 1. Stop Chasing the Golden Handcuffs In most modern western societies, there is one great expectation placed upon all men. Can you guess what it is? It’s not to get married and have kids. It’s not to find a career that they love and find spiritually fulfilling. Rather, all men are expected to earn. And not just to earn a living so that they can pursue a life of their choosing, they are expected to earn as much money as they can regardless of the cost. And while there is nothing wrong with money, most men who pursue those greenbacks with a single-minded intensity soon find themselves financially wealthy, but spiritually, emotionally, and relationally broke. You need to realize that money is great. It can enable you to do so much good in the world and make a difference in the lives of countless people. But it can also become a prison. Men who chase after careers they dislike in order to achieve a financial status that they don’t really need will often find themselves sitting at home alone, millions in the bank but utterly, and completely miserable. You see, the real secret to life is to chase fulfillment. Chase what makes you feel alive, chase what you love, and the money will come. And even if it doesn’t, you still had a helluva ride and enjoyed life to the fullest. 2. Allow Yourself to Experience Your Success How many times has this happened to you? You have spent hundreds of hours working yourself down to the bone to achieve your goals. You haven’t slept in days, you haven’t allowed yourself to go out with friends in months, and you are on the verge of mental collapse, when finally, you reach your goal. Whether you hit an income goal, increase your subscriber base, or finally got your first client, you have finally achieved the thing that you had been pursuing for so long. But there’s a problem. You don’t allow yourself to acknowledge your victory and enjoy the rewards of your labor. Instead, you are off to the next goal, the next milestone, the next big thing before you even pause and appreciate what you already have. One of the most essential parts of success is taking the time to fully experience each of your accomplishments. No matter what you have achieved, you need to give yourself adequate time to bask in the glow and enjoy the successes you have already reached before you start chasing after the next big thing. 3. You Need to Have Men Who Call You Forward When was the last time you messed up? I mean really messed up? You know, the time that you made the mistake that ended your relationship, that lost you 6-figures in business, or that cost you a trip to the hospital. Who did you call? Undoubtedly, you had friends who came to the rescue and told you everything would be alright, but did you have anyone in your life who cut through the crap of the situation and was willing to call you to a higher standard? Most men have lots of friends on their level and below them, but few of those men have high-level mentors who are willing to call them on their B.S. and tell them when they have messed up. But you need to realize that the only way forward is to surround yourself with men who are willing to challenge you to achieve at a new level, men who are willing to call you out, and men who are willing to brave your disapproval in an attempt to make you better. 4. If You Want to Achieve Your Goals You Have to Eliminate Porn Porn is one of the most insidious creations of the modern age. How many nights have you spent alone in your room, ignoring the real issues and tasks in your life while you were silently kept company by dozens, if not hundreds of virtual women? How many times have you suppressed the frustrations that you were facing with real women by resorting to a form of “entertainment” where you have unlimited access to any type of woman on the planet, who will do anything that you want, all from the comfort of your own bed? How many men do you know who lack the passion and drive that they should have because they are wasting all of their energy “experiencing” women online? The simple fact is this, if you want to achieve the greatest levels of success in your business, your health, and your relationships, then you have to cut out the porn. There are no questions about it. It is draining you of your masculinity, of your sex drive, and of your energy to get shi!t done. Eliminate it from your life as quickly and permanently as you can. 5. Reinvest in Your Creative Side One of the great travesties of the modern male is that we have all become so caught up with becoming successful in our health, finances, and relationships, that we have completely abandoned all of our creative energies that fulfill us and reinvigorate other aspects of our lives. If you are feeling lost in your life, if you are feeling unsure of where to go, or if you are simply lacking the motivation that you need to begin pushing the envelope forward in a given area, then you need to reinvest in your creative side. Whether you take up an instrument, begin writing, dancing, woodworking, or anything else that engages your mind in a new and exciting way, I can guarantee that you will begin to see the world in a new light. Have you ever noticed how musicians appreciate and describe music (and even the world) in a way that non musicians simply cannot. Have you ever noticed how writers are able to captivate their audience’s at social gatherings with riveting stories? Have you ever noticed how men who have learned how to dance are often some of the most creative and enthusiastic partners that a woman will ever experience? This is not a coincedence. Engaging in your creative energy will change your life in unexpected and exciting ways. So whether you are killing it in life right now or are in an existential funk, get out there and get creative.
114: FOR MEN: Cacao & Convos with Connor Beaton | Shadow work, sexual trauma, military men and using pain as your purpose
Feminine as F*ck
In this episode, I’m welcoming by the amazing Connor Beaton from @mantalks. This episode is directed towards my male listeners however ladies you’ll be interested in this too as we talk about communicating to your man at the end! We talk today about: 💪🏼Shadows in men 💪🏼Sexual trauma in men and how that’s expressed and where that may have come from 💪🏼How men have trauma too! 💪🏼How men’s relationships are often competition based unlike most female relationships 💪🏼How men are performances based and the import porn can have on the male psyche 💪🏼Navigating performance anxiety and being okay to learn through failure 💪🏼Why you don’t need to hit rock bottom before you get support 💪🏼Using breath for increased sexual pleasure for men 💪🏼Military men - how you guys can create a ‘new mission’ to help you navigate the world post - war 💪🏼Trusting your intuition after you’ve been in the military 💪🏼As a man, how to bring back your ‘gut feelings’ 💪🏼Building a new team as a man 💪🏼Navigating the Belief of ‘I’m not good enough’ as a man 💪🏼Using pain as purpose as a man 💪🏼Why it’s SO rewarding, as a man to do the work 💪🏼What does it feel like for a man, when a woman is closing her heart 💪Men and money! Connor's website:https://connorbeaton.com/ Follow Connor here: https://www.instagram.com/mantalks/ Some goodies for you: Work with me for men's 1:1 coaching: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/mens-coaching/ Feminine AF Beginner Bundle: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/feminine-as-fck-beginner-bundle/ Queen Alchemy 2.0 waitlist: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/queen-alchemy/ MMM Level 1: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/magic-money-manifestation/ MMM Level 2: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/magic-money-manifestation-level-2/ Favorite products: https://monicayates.com.au/favourite-products/ Freebies for you: https://monicayates.com.au/freebies/ Follow Monica on IG: @monicayateshealth
The Modern Man's Responsibility with Connor Beaton
Listen Hunnay with Jeannie Mai
Connor Beaton of ManTalks joins Jeannie to talk all about men and responsibility - especially during current times and analyzing the male role in combating racism. Connor wants to unpack how men are coping during these times and how important self-awareness is right now as we turn the tides toward progress. Plus, Connor discusses how to move past the fear of "getting it wrong" and why we have to dismantle the "hierarchy of suffering."ConnorBeaton.comFollow ManTalksFor $10 Elemis sample visit https://www.elemis.com/us/listenhunnay Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
412: Men with Meaning & Purpose with Connor Beaton
The Lucas Rockwood Show
Men with Meaning & Purposewith Connor Beaton--------What do you call a man who cannot perform, provide, and protect? Many people would call him a loser. It’s true that men have it easier in some areas with greater access to income and opportunities, but that often comes with the price tag of loneliness, isolation, and mental illness. The stereotypical successful man is often work-torn with heavy eyes, floundering health, and little or no personal life to speak of. This is no way to live. On this week’s podcast, we’ll explore the struggle of men, meaning, and purpose. Listen & Learn: How loneliness and isolation typify the modern male experience Why men are often expected to perform and provide at the expense of almost everything else The downside privilege: how many successful men have no real friends Links & Resources: Connors’ webpage ABOUT OUR GUEST:Connor is a speaker, writer, and podcaster. In 2014, Connor founded ManTalks, a community for men looking to expand and deepen their sense of self-awareness. Nutritional Tip of the Week: Protein Supplement Got Questions? Send me a voicemail here: Ask Lucas a Question Or write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org Like the Show? Leave us a Review on iTunes
Creating Relationship Boundaries in Quarantine with Connor Beaton and Vienna Pharaon
A deep conversation about relationship boundaries, and WHY we act and do the things we do in love. Our guest Connor Beaton the creator of 'Man Talks' and his wife Vienna Pharaon creator of 'Mindful MFT' are relationship experts, a power couple sharing insight into our behavior patterns. You might be sabotaging your love without even knowing it. Try ACE as a member free for 7 days: http://hello.theacecollective.com/getstarted Get the love you want here and save $50 off with code DATENIGHT. This episode’s show notes are brought to you by our friends at Vurbl 🎧 Vurbl is launching a new technology for audio creators just like me so our message is broadcast loud and clear ( YASS! ). Join the beta at Vurbl.com and discover endless podcast recommendations from creators all around the world!
Actualizing Your Potential & Sexual Intimacy with Connor Beaton
Raw Beauty Talks
Actualizing Your Potential & Sexual Intimacy with Connor Beaton Meet Connor… In this episode, Founder of ManTalks, Connor Beaton is here to talk about vulnerability, outdated male stereotypes and how human beings can actualize our full potential. Oh yeah, we also get into a conversation about sexual intimacy that speaks to every gender and every […]