In episode #029 of The ManKind Podcast, Brandon Clift interviews Author, Writer and Snr Editor of The Good Men Project, Mark Greene, about the importance of taking on your shadow work journey with the support of your close relationships, and why doing it alone is so detrimental.Who This Episode Is For You If:You're wanting to find ways to communicate your growth challenges with your loved ones.You want more ways to ask for support to make your shadow journey less challenging.You're looking for a deeper connection with those around you.Find Previous Episodes On The Shadow:A Man's Guide To Shadow Work | Dr. David Gruder | Ep #027: Listen HEREChildhood: The Origins Of Shadow | Michael Bonahan | Ep #028: Listen HEREDid You Enjoy Mark? Here Is How To Find Out More: Author: Mark's Books (Remaking Manhood/The Little #Metoo Book For Men.)Senior Editor: The Good Men ProjectMark's Twitter: HereAdditional Resources:Subscribe/Rate/Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE<<<To The ManKind Podcast to stay in the loop with powerful figures in the world of Men's Work.Find A Men's Circle Near You: https://mkpusa.org/mens-groupWith over 1000+ Men's Circles worldwide, men are waiting to welcome you into a kind, supportive and safe brotherhood of men. FREE Online Men's Groups available every week.Join Our Newsletter: https://mkpusa.org/check-in/🎵Listen To Jim Donovan & The Sun King Warriors:Spotify: Listen HereYoutube: Listen HereJim's Website: donovanhealth.com/
Episode 8—Free Reelin’: McDreamy, Mark Greene, & Mare
The Cinema Silo Podcast
The sisters discuss not only what they’re watching lately, but also how they’re watching. In response to listener questions, they reveal what TV shows and movies they’ve invested arguably too much of their time into recently (from nostalgic medical procedurals to buzzworthy new releases), reflect on the evolution of content consumption, and reveal the theme of the next series!
Today Ed turns the table on Mark Greene, host of one of the nation’s most listened to podcast, Cars Yeah. They enjoy a relaxed conversation about how cars made an impact in Mark’s life as a kid and how from those early days it spun into a car detailing business and has kept the love of cars as part of his lifelong career. Here is a snippet from his webpage:CarsYeah podcast is a 5-day-a-week show hosted by me, Mark Greene. I am an incurable automotive enthusiast interviewing successful automotive entrepreneurs who live a lifestyle around their passion for automobiles. My guests include: Artists, celebrities, journalists, authors, concours directors, racers, designer, builders, and more. I take you on their journey, get under the hood, and provide some inspiration. You will find over 1,700 shows on the Cars Yeah website and all the major mobile podcast aps. Ed's Auto Garage is proudly powered by Newport Beach Insurance Center, please reach out for your Commercial Garage, Classic Auto, Personal or Commercial Insurance quotes, at Ed@NPBIC.com or info@NPBIC.com. Ed is also a Partner at CaptaIMS.com, a no-nonsense insurance agency management system, built for agents by agents.
Rebuilders: The Trowel And The Sword by Mark Greene (Nehemiah 4)
Open Heaven Church
What are we building? What are we opposing? How does our God fight for us?When we bring Kingdom values into our frontlines, we might face opposition, accusation or intimidation. Mark Greene unpacks Nehemiah’s declaration that; “our God will fight for us”. What does it look like to use our tools of work and our weapons of spiritual warfare?
172: Healthy Masculinity and The Battle Against Man Box Culture, with Mark Greene
Thank you for listening to our Finding Brave show, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Career Podcasts! “The work is our compassionate ability to connect and live rich, real lives. Men just have to make the choice to live a good life and to stop living this hierarchical caricature of being a human being.” - Mark Greene In our world today, there is a dominance-based man box culture of masculinity that is resulting in isolation, violence and early mortality for men and deep, lasting challenges for all those whose lives they impact. However, there are men and women who are breaking out of the man box culture, and helping others do the same, and today’s Finding Brave guest is one such person. Our inspiring guest offers an invitation for each one of us to look at all of the ways we have been programmed to live, and to explore how we can escape these dangerous limitations society has reinforced in us. Keynote speaker and author Mark Greene writes and consults on relational practices, diversity/inclusion and masculinity for organizations worldwide. As a co-founder of ThinkPlay Partners and as a Senior Editor for the Good Men Project, Mark has spent over a decade deconstructing our binary-riddled dialogues around manhood and masculinity. He is uniquely positioned to help men, individually and in organizations, create a healthier more connecting vision of masculine culture and identity. Mark’s newest book, The Little #MeToo Book for Men has been called “a blueprint for men’s liberation.” He is the founder of the Remaking Manhood community, which is dedicated to expanding the conversation about healthy masculinity. I’ve rarely spoken to someone who has such a deep conceptualization of the work that absolutely needs to be done for our world to shift in a more positive, healthy way of perceiving and understanding human beings. Not only that, but Mark has lived what he speaks about, and the insight he provides about our society today was both fascinating and enlightening to learn from. I’m grateful to Mark for the work he’s doing in the world. To learn more about today's guest, visit: http://remakingmanhood.com/
This week J.John interviews Mark Greene, Executive Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and previously Vice Principal of the London School of Theology. He speaks, tells stories, and writes, mainly on the joys, trials, and surprises of living all of life as a follower of Jesus in today’s world.
Inspiring Car Enthusiasts - Mark Greene of Cars Yeah PodcastFrom automotive artists, celebrities, journalists, authors, concours directors, racers, designer, builders, and more- Mark Greene of the popular Cars Yeah podcast has a deep affinity and passion as not only a true blue car enthusiast , but the captain of a wonderful journey with some of the automotive industry's phenomenal talents , taking you behind the scenes and inspiring us to tinker a build project , learn more, and be our best versions of ourselves .With over 1700 interviews , Mark has laid out an automotive road map with an eclectic array of automotive talent that will have you binge listening for more ! We are honored to have a very special guest to the Wrench Nation family on this edition of the show , exploring his dedication and inspiration for the love of the automotive industry.
Why Men React To The #MeToo Movement | Mark Greene | Ep #006
“Black lives matter is not a black people's movement - metoo is not a women's movement - pride is not a gay people's movement - it's all humanity's movement - a movement for being accepted as humans by the humans.” ― Abhijit NaskarIn episode #006 of The ManKind Podcast, Brandon Clift discusses with the author of The Little #MeToo Book For Men, Mark Greene, why there is such a large opposition to the #MeToo movement from men. Who This Episode Is For You If:You yourself want a better understanding of why this movement has sparked so much energy.You're curious as to exactly why so many people vehemently oppose #MeTooIn This Episode You Will:Learn less about the #MeToo movement itself and more about WHAT created the fertile ground for it to grow so rapidly.Be introduced to the notion of The ManBox and how it impacts the lives of both boys and men.Did You Enjoy Mark? Here Is How To Find Out More: Author: Mark's Books (Remaking Manhood/The Little #Metoo Book For Men.)Senior Editor: The Good Men ProjectMark's Twitter: HereAdditional Resources:Subscribe/Rate/Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE<<<To The ManKind Podcast to stay in the loop with powerful figures in the world of Men's Work.Find A Men's Circle Near You: https://mkpusa.org/mens-groupWith over 1000+ Men's Circles worldwide, men are waiting to welcome you into a kind, supportive and safe brotherhood of men. FREE Online Men's Groups available every week.Join Our Newsletter: https://mkpusa.org/check-in/🎵Listen To Jim Donovan & The Sun King Warriors:Spotify: Listen HereYoutube: Listen HereJim's Website: donovanhealth.com/
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E9. Confronting The Voice in the Basement - with Mark Greene, Keynote Speaker and Author
Taking Off The Mask
Ever Forward Club’s Ashanti Branch is joined by Mark Green, keynote speaker and author of the books The Little #MeToo Book for Men and Remaking Manhood. (3:11) Mark shares information about his publishing house, ThinkPlay Partners, NYC. (5:48) We learn about how starting a blog on masculinity 12 years ago, and stepping outside the traditional rules of masculinity led Mark to the work he does today as an author, work that is closely tied to Ashanti’s work around masks. (12:45) Mark and Ashanti reflect on how they both found their calling: Mark came to men’s work at the age of 56, and Ashanti remembers how certain behaviors were considered “feminine” in his cultural background, and always struggled with this dissonance. (16:27) Both men embark on a winding, compelling discussion on the theories behind how troublesome behaviors associated with “being a man” start in early childhood. (33:20) Mark and Ashanti begin to share their masks. (35:00) After sharing the front of their masks, they discuss Ashanti’s drive to raise his family out of poor circumstances, and how it’s intertwined with race and power in our society. (38:40) After sharing the back of their masks, they discuss grief, and how Mark “wasted half a century”; Ashanti then shares his grief over his father’s death, and how it affected how he questioned traditional masculinity from childhood onward. (43:42) Mark and Ashanti discuss how our culture of competition builds subconscious patterns within us that cause a tension within us that many refuse to understand. (49:30) Mark and Ashanti both become deeply moved. After getting to truly know each other they both begin to confront demons in their past. (58:30) The men begin to wrap up their conversation, and Mark Shares more about his work, social media, and website, remakingmanhood.com --- Connect with Mark Green Website: http://remakingmanhood.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/remakingmanhood?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/remakingmanhood/?hl=en --- Create your own mask anonymously at www.100kmasks.com If you are interested in being on the Face to Face podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org --- Connect with Ashanti Branch Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/branchspeaks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BranchSpeaks Twitter: https://twitter.com/BranchSpeaks LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ashantibranch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/branch-speaks/message