That’s What a Man Does Episode 140, July 24, 2019
Inspirational speaker, author,
“I had been a boy in a man body for most of my life.” ~ Ryan Matthews
Ryan shares a wide range of experiences ranging from being a drug dealer to training elite Army K-9s, to multiple near-death experiences, and realizing his tough guy, machismo act wasn’t really him. This episode is chock full of authenticity, awareness, vulnerability, and dogs.
Topics and Questions Include:
- The desire to isolate.
- How did you get started training dogs?
- Having a million-dollar business, but feeling like a failure.
- You’ve had multiple near-death experiences, were they all variations on the same lesson?
- Why share your pain?
- How did you open up to your feminine side?
- Ryan’s song, “That’s What a Man Does.”
- What are the benefits of being authentic?
- Why do so many men resist being seen as vulnerable?
- Life lessons from dogs.
- Tell us about your first TEDx Talk experience, “Overcoming PTSD Using Dog Training Techniques.”
- The RCTR formula.
- Do you prefer hanging out with dogs or people?
- What is one thing you wish more men knew?
- What are you proud of?
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