Men’s Work and Why My Relationships Suck with Bob Conlin

One of my best friends, a fellow coach, co-creator, and leader of The Alchemy of Men Retreat and Groups stops by to discuss his new book, Why My Relationships Suck. We also dive into:

-The concept of sizing up other men

-The fear that men and boys are often raised inside of

-Hateful comments on social media 

-Andrew Tate

-Bob’s Hospital Visit and the negative comments slung at him and the inhumanity that exists at times for men

-What does it mean to be a man?

-Shaq as an Alpha male

-Men’s path through direction, desire, and making powerful choices

-Why My Relationships Suck, Bob’s New Book

-What successful relationships look like

-The Alchemy of Men Retreat

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Alex Terranova is a Performance & Success Alchemist, Coach, and Author, a Breaker of Limiting Mental Beliefs, and a recovering asshole. He is the docile tone behind hundreds of podcasts and was named 40 over 40 in podcasting by Podcast Magazine. Legend has it he’s also a former reality tv show villain and was dubbed “The Anti-Excuses Coach” by Yahoo Finance. Since 2015, he has coached hundreds of successful & influential individuals & businesses to thrive financially, enjoy better relationships, and achieve their stretch goals and deepest desires, all with less stress, drama, and difficulty.

As a Professional Certified Coach, he has uniquely combined raw, direct, and bold masculine tactics with a magnetic, playful, and spiritual feminine ease. For his clients as well as himself, he is passionate about and believes Integrity, Commitment, Vulnerability, Trust, and Faith make up the core of Authenticity, which provides access to living an extraordinary life of abundance, love, & joy.

Alex is the author of Fictional Authenticity, the forthcoming book How Dreams Are Built, and the co-author of the bestselling book Redefining Masculinity. He has been featured on NBC, FOX, Yahoo Finance, Disrupt Magazine, Thrive Global, and Elephant Journal.