ManTalks Podcast
  • Connor Beaton
429 episodes
The ManTalks podcast features conversations between one of the leading men’s work facilitators and philosopher, Connor Beaton, and world class guests with expertise in mindset, life purpose, psychology, relational communication, sexual intimacy, business and spirituality.  For more information about ManTalks go to:


Weekly Training: What It Means When They Say They Aren't Good Enough for You
2020 Jun 1820m 11s
This week I’m going to dive into what it means when your partner says they aren’t good enough for you. It might sound like a basic question but there’s more to it. Listen to find out.
Michaela Boehm - Grief and Anal Sex
2020 Jun 151h 2m 30s
Michaela Boehm teaches and counsels internationally as an expert in intimacy and sexuality. Born and raised in Austria, Michaela combines her background in psychology and extensive clinical experience with her in-depth training in the yogic arts as a classical Kashmiri Tantric lineage holder into a unique offering of experiential learning. She is passionate about teaching skills that enhance deep intimacy, lasting attraction and give each participant the tools for full embodiment and capacity. Michaela also traveled and co-taught with David Deida for 13 years. Michaela teaches women’s workshops, intimacy intensives for men and women as well as offers mentorships and relationship counseling. She lives and teaches on a small organic farm in Ojai, California where her land and animals inspire her clients to reconnect intimately with themselves and others.
Weekly Training: The Dangerous Rise Of Social Shaming
2020 Jun 1118m 43s
I wanted to talk about this because as I have watched some of the current events unfold and watched the commentary on social media I’ve noticed that social shaming has been used more and more as a tool for conformity. Shame is one of the emotions that we try to avoid the most. When it’s used against us socially it will become the thing we want to avoid.
Raghu Markus - The Wisdom Of Ram Dass and Turning Life Into A Meditation
2020 Jun 0847m 42s
Raghu Markus spent two years in India with Maharaji and Ram Dass. He has been involved in music and transformational media since the early 1970s when he was program director of CKGM-FM in Montreal. In 1974 he collaborated with Ram Dass on the box set Love Serve Remember. In 1990 he launched Triloka Records and Karuna Music in Los Angeles, California. Triloka established itself as a critical leader in the development of world music and for 17 years was home to such artists as Krishna Das, Hugh Masekela, Walela, Jai Uttal and transformational media projects that featured Ram Dass, Deepak Chopra, and Les Nubians.
Dr. Robert Glover - No More Mr. Nice Guy, Death, And Learning To Allow
2020 Jun 011h 24m 18s
Are you a nice guy? Do you struggle to get your needs met, battle with insecurities, or feel like you’re constantly stuck in a loop of pleasing others at the cost of your own happiness? In this interview Dr Glover unpacks Nice Guy Syndrome, how it is created, what the impact is on our relationships, and provides real life tools like building reciprocal relationships. We also talk about building relationships with other men as a main priority, something you can do in the Alliance.
Weekly Training: Why Men Breakup With You And Come Back
2020 May 2817m 33s
I’ve had 7 direct messages from women in the last two weeks asking why men break-up with them and then come and break-up with them and come back. So today I’m diving into this question.
Stephen de Wijze - Our Attraction To Catastrophe And Apocalypse
2020 May 251h 13m 16s
Stephen de Wijze is senior lecturer in political theory at the University of Manchester. His work is concerned with the interface between ethical constraints and effective political action. To this end he publishes on the the problem of 'dirty hands' and the need for a 'political ethic' that recognises the particular difficulties inherent to this domain of social activity. He co-edited (with Eve Garrard) Thinking Towards Humanity: Themes from Norman Geras (2012).
Weekly Training: Ending Relationship Complacency
2020 May 2118m 30s
I’m going to talk about ending relationship complacency. The reality is we can get very stagnant in relationships. I think this is a big fear that a lot of people have. We have this fear that our freedom will be infringed on, that the relationship will get boring, that the excitement will fizzle out. There’s a concern that instead of a vehicle for growth the relationship will become a vehicle of stagnation. Tune in to find out how to move through this.
Traver Boehm - Navigating Quarantine, Covid, And Isolation.
2020 May 1855m 23s
Traver is inspiring millions of men to shift their experience of masculinity by combining the Primal Masculine with the Divine Masculine.  He is an author, speaker, and founder of the Man Uncivilized Movement, as well as a former Strength & Conditioning coach, a CrossFit gym owner, an MMA fighter, a bodyguard, an acupuncturist, and a surfer.
Weekly Training: Do You Feel Behind? Listen to this
2020 May 1415m 14s
I’ve heard a lot of people talk about how it’s “too late” for them. They feel like they should be at a certain place in life and they’re not there. It’s the feeling that you haven’t done enough in life.