Caleb Bacon of Man School speaks on topics like following in the footsteps of a dad who was 2 time prom king, and how he gave Sugar Ray Leonard one of the most powerful interviews of his career.
Who were our male role models growing up and how did they impact the men and women that we’ve become? How do we pass this legacy on to our families and communities? Reclaiming Male Role Models is a podcast series exploring what it means to be a man in the 21st century.
In this conversation we discuss:
- The creation of the Man School Show
- Creating one of the most powerful interviews of Sugar Ray Leonard’s career
- Getting sober: “I didn’t know things were quite so off track.”
- Choosing work we’ll still be passionate about years down the road
- Delaying gratification for long term fulfillment
- Top baseball players seek support in maximizing their game. Why shouldn’t you?
- Following in the footsteps of a dad who was two time Prom King.
- Men + Vulnerability = Magic
CALEB BACON is the creator of Man School, a weekly podcast dedicated to men’s interesting, exciting, and difficult personal experiences. He’s also a member of the elite Writer’s Guild of America, currently writing for the TBS tv series Sullivan and Son, and a really engaging, funny, and thoughtful man!
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Originally published on Reclaiming Male Role Models – A podcast series exploring our male role models and what it means to be a man in the 21st century.