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The Art of Masculinity

Jul 15, 2021

On this episode, we talked about:

Taking ownership of your life, life's about living, finding your inner self, traumatic people traumatize people, uncover and discover who you are, leading by example, trauma will kill you, men need to be men, stepping out of your comfort zone, move in a different direction, you can start your day anytime you want, what does success mean?, small things to take into our life, looking at other aspects of your life, stop putting breaks in your imagination, hanging with million-dollar minds, it's about believing in yourself,
acting like you know everything, you're not supposed to know how to act, empowered people empower people, letting go all of the stigmas and so much more!

"Everybody needs a leader and the people I lead with end up being leaders because that's what it's all about for me"

"It's about being you, being authentic, be real and help people on the daily basis and then your life becomes rich"

"If you don't get down and do the work, nobody else will do the workaround you"


About Dr. Robb:

Robb Kelly, Ph.D. - The Recovery Expert - was born in Manchester England. He grew up in a family of musicians and developed a strong love for music at an early age. He was performing on stage at the age of nine. During his early twenties, he worked at the elite and influential Abbey Roads Studio, as a session musician in London.

Addiction was always close to his heart as Dr. Kelly was born into a family that had a history of alcoholism. He began drinking and using drugs at an early age, but he managed to stay on a path of success, moving to Oxford in the early 1980s to pursue a Ph.D. in Psychology at the prestigious University of Oxford. He continued to drink heavily during his time in Oxford – but still managed to complete his Doctorate studies, graduating with a Ph.D. in psychology in 1984.


You can follow and support Robb at: 


IG: @drrobbkelly


Let's connect over on Instagram: @Johnny.Elsasser