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007 – Guest: Gregg Clunis




(added 04/18/18)  The content from 193 episodes has yielded a product!  Not every episode, but from the Wednesday stories I tell that have a lesson attached to them.  It has been compiled into a book called, Forging A Man ~ A Collection Of True Tales, And The Lessons Wrought From Them.  It will be available in both eBook and print form, the print copy will make a fine gift as well.  Here is a link to my author page, if you only see one book, that means the print copy isn’t available yet, but it will be soon.  Oh, and please remember to leave a review on Amazon, because that makes it more visible to potential readers.  Thank you so much!      (GET THE BOOK HERE)

Todays fantastic episode features an interview with Gregg Clunis, an extremely dynamic young man.

Gregg and I are both members in an online community that focuses on podcasting, that is how I came to know about him.

I asked Gregg to be a guest because I am so impressed with his maturity, enthusiasm, and drive.  He is a young guy that is designing his life in a powerful way and that…is inspiring!

Gregg is a producer, a writer, and a podcaster.  His podcast is called “Tiny Leaps, big changes”  and it is jammed packed with great content that helps us all improve by making a series of small leaps of improvement in our daily lives, so it fits right in with the philosophy we have here on Being A Better Man.

In the podcast, we talk about a lot of things like the importance of mentors and what motivates us.  Gregg mentions one of the books that had a big impact on his life;  Awaken the Giant Within – Tony Robbins.  Gregg also challenges all of us with some actionable Man Hacks we can do right now to make a difference in our life.  I am taking him up on that challenge…in fact I have already started and I encourage you to as well. 

If you want to check Gregg out here are some links, I strongly encourage you to give him a listen:

Twiiter:  @greggclunis        Instagram:  Gregg Clunis 


Tiny Leaps Big Changes podcast in iTunes:

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