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141: Time To Be An Adult: Knowing When To Grow Up

In the news this week, a 30-year old man moves out of his parent’s house after they took him to court. He had lived there for eight years with no signs of ever leaving. He said that there were never any expectations of him to pay rent, contribute to the household, or even clean. A report came out in December …

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140: Six Conversations 3.6 – What We Want You To Know

  In the final show of Season Three of Six Vulnerable Conversations between a gay and a straight man entitled What We Want You to Know, we will be discussing our messages to each other and the world on how we can better relate to each other. We’ll be taking off the gloves and speaking the raw truth, the Tuff …

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139: From Desire To Creation: The Million Dollar Collar with Rob Kessler

After Rob Kessler’s wedding, he looked at the day’s photograph and was unhappy with how he looked. He described himself “looking like a beach bum”. Inspired, he started to look on the internet for the ideal shirt to no avail. Most people at this point would have given up. Instead, Rob created the “Million Dollar Collar” and has over 150,000 …

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138: Six Conversations 3.5 – Living In Today’s World With Jeff Jacobson

  For gays and straights alike, living in today’s world post-Trump and the #MeToo Movement with Harvey Weinstein has been quite a challenge. A lot of straight guys are scared to death to even engage in dating, flirting and making overt suggestions because of Me Too. On the other hand, some gay guys posted their own experiences online, saying: “Me too, …

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137: A New Framework For Your Evolution

Running out of excuses to finish that damn project? It’s time to learn how to practically implement change in your life with a new framework for your evolution. It’s a framework on how to live, but not going to talk about just the mere concept of it. I’m also going to incorporate my current experiences and hopefully, that’ll translate to …

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136: Six Conversations 3.4 – Stereotypes

As a man born of this society, my mind is filled with thousands of misconstrued gay stereotypes, having absorbed this from mainstream media portrayal of gay culture since the day I first started watching TV. Upon closer inspection, 95% of these stereotypes are probably incorrect. But what if they are correct? Are there stereotypes that gay men have of their …

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135: Your Hero’s Journey

When we hear the phrase, “call to adventure” – we think of Alice falling down the rabbit hole, of Odysseus embarking on a ship, of Luke Skywalker receiving Princess Leia’s call for help in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. They all had the nerve to follow the white rabbit, and just fall down the rabbit hole of endless possibilities. Joseph …

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133: Conscious Communications

Back when I was pitching for Hay House, a mutual friend introduced me to Mary Shores who had just been published. We jumped on the phone and felt the deep connection and admiration for each other. It’s been so exciting to watch her book on my favorite topic, Conscious Communications, come out and make such an impact in the world. …

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132: Six Conversations 3.2 – Talking about Sex

So many raw truths have gone unspoken in Six Vulnerable Conversations with Jeff Jacobson, a gay man. What really happened in the One Taste Warehouse? Will monogamy be replaced by polygamy? Six Vulnerable Conversations between a Gay Man (Jeff) and a straight man (Robert) gets down to basics and talk about sex. There are so many questions that arise when …