17 Apr Zat Baraka: Creating transformative Male Leaders
Episode 76: Zat Baraka
This week on the show, Zat Baraka joined me to talk about Men’s Deep Inner Work and men’s evolution and awakening. He also talked about men’s personal/spiritual growth, vulnerability, and leadership.
I also talked about the book “This Is Marketing” by Seth Godin. The book contains everything Seth learned about marketing, bringing an idea to the world, and creating a business that impacts people.
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Zat and I discuss:
- How Zat’s own pain, suffering, and confusion got him into the path and in men’s work
- On men’s work requiring some form of personal growth and development
- On wanting to have more life mastery
- Work that is evolving is a path for personal/spiritual growth
- On helping people get clear about what they want to do and giving them courage to move towards it
- The importance of men having a support system
- On men getting help and support
- Making your language, branding, and the work you do digestible for any men to come in
- On men being vulnerable and sharing their feelings
- On getting vulnerable and being real with yourself
- On leadership requiring a higher level of vulnerability
- On the Men’s Coach Training
More about Zat
Zat Baraka is a student and teacher of Men’s Deep Inner Work and is the founder of The Men’s Coach Training and The New Masculine Program. He has radically affected thousands of men across the globe with his cutting edge men’s work.
His down to earth approach challenges men to understand the mature masculine, not as an abstract philosophy, but as an embodied knowledge through living as authentic, empowered, creative and compassionate men.
His extensive training of over 25 years includes Tantric Buddhist practice, a masters in Spiritual psychology and active involvement in the men’s personal growth movement for over two decades.
Knowing that he can only take his clients as deep as he goes himself, he remains active on his own inner work path.