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Knowledge For Men – More Purpose, Success, Happiness & Freedom

By Andrew Ferebee

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Description

Today's most successful leaders share their incredible stories and life lessons to help you get the life you want in the areas of health, wealth, relationships and personal growth. Every show is jam packed with actionable tips and insights that will propel you forward to become the man you want to become. Join us at knowledgeformen.com for recaps of every interview as well as an incredible gold mine of resources to help you live better. Prepare to become the most powerful version of yourself!

Customer Reviews

Great guests…insincere?

Guy lands great guests, I like his message, but everything his guests say is “AMAZING” or “I will start using that in my life right now”.

You can find great guests elsewhere with people who don’t come off so phony.

Do Not download

After listening to the Joe rogan experience for quite some time i said to myself "hey maybe I'll try something new for awhile" i stumbled upon this podcast and was pretty grossed out by the fake dialect and communication between host and his guest. This show has to be a joke of some sort. I felt like i was wrapped in plastic. I don't approve. If this is your forte then by all means enjoy, not my cup of tea though

Sometimes a bit over-the-top

So. . .this isn't a bad podcast by any means, as I think the interviews and the subjects interviewed are very interesting, but sometimes I find the host to be a bit . . .obnoxious.

He typically asks the interviewee a canned question, and then follows up their question by usually just reaffirming what they say, which is annoying. It's almost as if the interviewer knows the answer to the question he asks, in which case, why ask the "expert" the question if you yourself already know the answer?

And then he uses this bizarre intonation with his reaffirmations, as if to give them more meaning, but it just ends up annoying me.

I also wish he would ask follow-up questions, rather than just going on to his next question.

For instance, in one interview one of the pick-up artists was saying how it's important to be genuine/authentic with women, and to "just be yourself." But that "just be yourself" phrase is so overly used that it has lost meaning. What exactly does it mean to "just be yourself?" And what if "just being yourself" amounts to something generally undesirable to women?

It's those type of follow-up questions I'd like to see on the show.

Anyhow, Andrew if you end up reading this, I think it's great you created your own podcast/website/business, and I don't mean to be so harsh, but this is really how I feel. Apparently you've got a of other listeners who disagree, so take my criticism/advice with a grain of salt, and keep at it! : )

-Nick