We're moving everything under one brand, Dee Lauderdale. Part of the process is this podcast is going away and a new one is starting, called Dee Lauderdale, The Gentleman Way of Life. You can search and subscribe via iTunes, google play and anchor. Go to deelauderdale.com for more information and links.
There is a small but growing group of young men who are excited about responsibility. Instead of running from it, these guys want to learn how and what they are responsible for. Here's the Big 3 to get you started.
Cole Cubelic is doing what most guys dream of, making a living doing what he loves. In Cole's case that's talking about sports, specifically college football. SEC fans know him as the former offensive lineman breaking down the game from sidelines as an analyst for the SEC Network and ESPN. He's also one of the hosts of the 3 Man Front show on WJOX in Birmingham Alabama. Cole destroys the stereotype of dumb jock. He's got insights and opinions. Take a listen to see the side of Cole you've...
Men were built to struggle to survive, especially using our hands, but the modern world doesn't demand that of us. We need to get our hand-brain connection restarted because that's where we'll find real satisfaction.
If you watch some tv shows or read certain blogs, you're probably convinced any time you talk about gender, it has be in the context of conflict. Or even worse, you may have fallen for the lie that there are no differences between men and women, by the way, those are the only biological genders. That's nonsense. Listen to learn a better way of thinking about the differences between men and women.
There are some men who are natural encouragers. These gentlemen get more pleasure from the success of others than they do their own. Andy Andrews is that guy. I dare you to listen to this interview without feeling like you can conquer the world or just push send on the first installment of the blog you've been saying you were going to start.
Every guy needs the occasional kick in the butt to get them back on the right path. Listen to the story of a Judge who got a surprise visit from a guy who had been on the wrong end of the Judge's foot.
The Italian bobsled team put on a world class display of sportsmanship in the 1956 Olympics. All because the captain believed he should always do what's right. Go to deelauderdale.com to learn more about the Gentleman Way of Life
Mac McAnally is probably know by most people as the guitar player with the red hair that stands next to Jimmy Buffett. But he's actually one of the most sought after songwriters and studio musicians in Nashville. He is beyond dispute one of the most respected musicians of our time. His peers have made that clear by honoring him as CMA Musician of the Year for an unprecedented eight years in a row and electing him to the Nashville Songwriters Halls of Fame. But mostly he's a true gentleman.