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79 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Manson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Manson, often where they are interviewed.

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79 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Manson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Manson, often where they are interviewed.

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Mark Manson about the phenomenon of his best seller “The Subtle Art Of How To Not Give A Fuck.”

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Coach Mike talks to Mark Manson about the phenomenon of his best seller “The Subtle Art Of How To Not Give A Fuck.”  You’ll be delighted to find him a grounded, sensible guy who wanted a self-help book for people who absolutely hate self-help.  

He lives outside the world of the power of positive thinking and overcharging struggling people and helps ground folks in the real world where sometimes things are not pleasant and there’s no series of steps to make them better.  Mr. Manson encourages people to think outside the “be more positive, make more money” box that personifies most self-help and life coaching services and learn how to handle life on life’s terms, good and bad.


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Oct 27 2020 · 36mins
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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k (Replay) – Mark Manson

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We revisit one of Mark Manson’s interviews on The New Man Podcast.

Do you ever feel like you must be living your life the wrong way?

Do you compare yourself to others and then feel like shit because you believe they have something you don’t?

And is it possible that your frustration may be rooted in a hidden belief that you’re entitled to more than you’re getting?

Mark Manson wrote a book called The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck. He’s here to tell us why many believe being average is a failure and why we’d be better off if we weren’t so focused on being so special.

In this interview:
What the title of his book really means
“Don’t be special. Don’t be unique.”
Do you have bad values that are driving you nuts?
Why striving for a positive experience creates a negative experience

Plus:
Why learning how to accept negative experiences is the path to what you truly want
Using personal development to escape negativity and vulnerability
“If life is hard then I must be doing it wrong”
How to tell if you’re entitled

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Oct 06 2020 · 38mins

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Mark Manson on The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

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This week’s conversation is with Mark Manson, the #1 New York Times Bestselling author of Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope and The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life, the mega-bestseller that reached #1 in fourteen different countries.

Mark’s books have been translated into more than 50 languages and have sold over 12 million copies worldwide.

He runs one of the largest personal growth websites in the world, MarkManson.net, a blog with more than two million monthly readers and half a million subscribers, making him one of the largest and most successful independent publishers in the world.

Mark’s writing is often described as ‘self-help for people who hate self-help’ — a no-BS brand of life advice and cultural commentary that has struck a chord with people around the globe.

And the same can be said for this conversation – it’s a no BS, candid look into Mark’s upbringing, what inspired him to start writing, and why he’s a fervent believer of getting to the truth.

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Sep 09 2020 · 1hr 21mins
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Mark Manson: Living Your Truth

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There are so many ways to find beauty in the moment, ourselves and the world. How? Just by being true to yourself. In this raw and down-to-earth episode, Sarah Grynberg is joined by Mark Manson, the #1 NYTimes bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck and Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope. Through their conversation and advice you’ll learn that the moment you start facing life’s challenges is the moment you’ll make way for true purpose, satisfaction and meaning.

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Sep 07 2020 · 48mins

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Finding Hope and Happiness in a Confusing World, with Mark Manson

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#274: What does it take to create a sustainable sense of hope? That’s the question that I invited Mark Manson, megabestselling author of Everything is F*cked and The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, to answer. Mark says that three basic factors contribute to a sense of hope: 1) autonomy, 2) purpose, and 3) community.

Mark and I keep these three factors in mind as we discuss how to define success, find new challenges, and choose what’s meaningful in life. We touch on the importance of emotional regulation and avoiding crises of hope. And we talk about how they relate back to the financial independence retire early (FIRE) movement.

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Sep 04 2020 · 59mins
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Episode #116 Mark Manson

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Understand Your F*@%ing Values | Join the bestselling author of the blockbuster book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Mark Manson, as he discusses the need for discovering your deepest values and how placing those values at the forefront of your life can bring greater satisfaction at work and home.

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Aug 18 2020 · 31mins
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The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck Pt. 2 (with Mark Manson)

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Our conversation with Mark Manson (NYT bestselling author of “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck”) continues as he and Natasha Chandel discuss why love is NOT enough. Mark helps us navigate some scenarios using his unique perspective, and he answers some listener questions. Chock full of amazing life and love advice, this is a part two of Kinda Dating you don’t want to miss!  


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Jul 07 2020 · 50mins
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Mark Manson // F*ck distribution, future forging and fun with the Fresh Prince of Bel Air

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I know some of you will be eye rolling when I say that this is one of my favourite chats to date, but I think you might agree once you actually have a listen. I’m going to have to cut myself short in this intro because there is SO much I could say about why Mark Manson is one of my favourite people in the world but the episode itself makes it clearer than I could here.
Best known as the author of ground-breaking NY Times Best Seller, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck, I once mistook Mark’s refreshingly anti-self-help approach to life to be the opposite of seizing the yay. In fact, it’s not that he thinks we should give no fucks at all, but choose our fucks more carefully and it’s no surprise that his witty, no bullshit delivery has taken the world by storm. Like all our guests, however, Mark’s way to yay has been anything but predictable going from feeling misplaced in his Texan hometown, getting a compete ego breakdown at music school, starting his working life as a pick up artist all before becoming an author was even on the table. And yet, he’s now sold over 10 million books, changed millions of lives AND has been trusted with writing the autobiography and first ever full account of the life of Will Smith!!!
Mark is a personality of so many contrast and facets and is open about every one of them including WAY more than I probably needed to know about his bodily functions. I dare you to listen without laughing, you can definitely tell we both lost our marbles more than a few times. In between the hilarity though, there are so many deep, insightful reflections on life that I hope are as groundbreaking to you as they were to me!
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Jul 01 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck Pt. 1 (with Mark Manson)

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Dating can feel stressful, but do we care more than we should? Mark Manson (NYT bestselling author of “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck” shares tips with Natasha Chandel on how to date with more stride. The duo discuss why people give so many unnecessary fucks, his theories on “fuck yes and fuck no,” the importance of defining your values, and they even debate about the notion of trying. It’s an epic episode of Kinda Dating filled with tons of eye-opening perspectives!

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Jun 30 2020 · 45mins
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Insights From Mark Manson’s Books

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Breather: “Mindless positivity isn’t practical or helpful for most people,” Mark Manson writes in his first book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck. He is, as usual, right on with this observation. Realizing that, “our modern, and maddening, urge to always find happiness only serves to make us unhappier,” Manson communicates clearly and concisely throughout his books about why we need to change the way we look at things like personal identity, hope, shame, and happiness.

The reason why Manson’s message works so well is not just the power of the message itself, but the fact that, instead of trying to push the power of positivity onto his readers, he offers an entirely new perspective ― what if everything you thought you knew about happiness and success and yourself was wrong? And what if that was actually a good thing?

Here’s the thing: as humans, we are all naturally inclined to feel attached to various parts of ourselves, especially the parts of ourselves that receive praise. Whether you’re a standout student or worker, an amazing athlete, a math genius, or a truly great dancer, it’s important to not fixate on the things about ourselves that we identify with the most. Why? Because Manson argues that identity is an arbitrary facade. He suggests looking at your life as a series of decisions and actions and try to maintain an identity that is defined by as little as possible.

Our emotional feeling brain actually rules over our rational, thinking brain. Yet we think, or pretend, that the opposite is true! According to Manson, emotions drive our consciousness, and it is emotion only that can motivate us into action. “Emotions convince your thinking brain that you’re right,” Manson says. When emotions rule over the thinking brain, it can lead to narcissism, addiction, compulsion, self-righteous anger, and so on. This is because a person ruled by their emotions has no independent thought, so they only pursue things that bring them instant gratification. Ultimately the goal is not to suppress your emotional brain, but to get your thinking brain connected to your emotional brain. Manson says do not try to suppress your emotions, but instead, try to convince your feeling brain that you will benefit from whatever decision that you are asking yourself about. A good example of this is when people often fail to succeed with lifestyle changes ― this is because our “feeling brain” feels like we don’t deserve the success.

Which leads us to self-worth. “Our self-worth is the sum of our emotions over time. If we can’t equalize, we accept inferiority, shame, and low self-worth,” Manson writes. Interestingly, both high and low self-worth are narcissistic, and self-worth is also an illusion. I know a thing or two about tying your accomplishments and/or abilities to your self-worth, so here’s a funny story from my college days: One day, the lockers got totally looted, so I had no choice but to jog home down a busy boulevard, for a mile and a half….in nothing but a Speedo and swimming goggles (and no shoes!). This was only one day after being the champion of a big tournament ― talk about being taken down a peg!

“Your identity will stay your identity until an event changes it,” Manson writes. “It’s a network of value-based narratives that determines our identity.” There are two ways to heal from this:

  • Examine the narratives of your life, and reposition them.
  • Visualize the future you want for yourself, and make that your new identity.

Let the feeling brain “try on” your new identity so it can become accustomed to it. This can be difficult, because it signifies that you’re really ready to change. “The stories of our future define our hopes, and the stories of our past define our identity” Manson notes, and he advises we take a look at both of those, so we can straighten them out, and get them right! Catch up with my recent interview with man himself, Mark Manson, here and if you haven’t yet read his books, check out The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck and Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope.

TIMESTAMPS:

It doesn’t work to try to be constantly happy. [04:11]

Carefully choose what you give a fuck about and then reject the social pressures.  [07:06]

Identity doesn’t exist.  It is arbitrary. It is a façade. [08:14]

Some of the chapter titles of this book are intriguing: Don’t Try, Happiness is a Problem, You are Not Special, etc. [10:37]

If you don’t have hope, you are basically headed toward depression and anxiety. [11:14]

A quick history of the 20th century gives an idea of what many people have lived through and helps put things in perspective. [13:37]

When life gets too comfortable, we have to pick a cause to worry about to give us meaning. [16:18]

Our emotional feeling brain actually rules over the rational thinking brain. [17:42]

The history of humanity features a major effort to conquer the emotional feeling brain with self-control. [19:50]

There's a common notion in spiritual psychology that the affluence and love we achieve in life equates to our level of self -worth. [24:04]

Every emotional reaction has an equal and opposite reaction. [25:11]

Both high and low self-worth are narcissistic because they imagine themselves as something special. [27:25]

Your identity will stay your identity until an event changes it. [29:52]

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  • "Struggle gives richness to life." - Roger Bannister
  • "Our modern and maddening urge to always find happiness only serves to make us unhappier." - Mark Manson
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Jun 26 2020 · 32mins
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