On today’s show I bring on my friend Goldmund Unleashed.
Goldmund is a photographer, author, and all-around interesting vagabond who’s lived more life in the past few years than the majority of men will experience in a decade.
In our conversation we discuss how his style has evolved, what it does for him as an artist and an introvert, and how he’s leveraged it to better success in his endeavors.
You can find him at
Whether you like Nike’s latest ad with Colin Kaepernick, you can learn a lot from how Nike chooses to court controversy, embrace polarization, and unapologetically brand itself.
All of which are components to dressing better than average.
In this episode I step away from the moral outrage of the ad itself and talk about the principles of branding and you can apply them in your own life.
Myke Macapinlac was a shy immigrant who used to work a boring engineering job and became a talk show host, a social dynamics specialist, and a lifestyle entrepreneur.
He now teaches shy guys to develop social confidence so they can succeed in their personal, romantic, and professional lives.
His work has been featured in the Calgary Herald, on Breakfast Television, on Shaw TV, and in the Huffington Post.
In May 2018, Fortnite, a free-to-play video game, generated $318 Million dollars in revenue from in-game purchases.
What separates them from all the other games following a similar structure is that the purchases had absolutely zero impact on game play – no extra lives, special moves, or power weapons.
Every purchase was for purely cosmetic purposes.
In today’s episode I break down the three things the players are signaling to themselves and each other with these cosmetic changes, why those signals are hard-wired into our brains, and how you can do the same thing in your real life for much better results.
For today’s episode I brought in a replay of a conversation I had with:
The four of us had a fun, helpful conversation that included:
- Their biggest frustrations with dressing well
- Tips on finding the right fit when you’re athletically proportioned
- If well-built men have different reasons for embracing style
- What they think of wearing gym clothes when you’re not working out
- What they personally wear to the gym
And a whole bunch of other stuff too.
These three brought so much value to the table and, whether you’re already lean and muscular, or (like me) you’re on the journey to getting there, this information is crucial for your style.