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Millennial Manhood is a podcast dedicated to cultivating conversations that will help young men improve themselves and their communities by building their confidence, encouraging taking initiative, and coaching professional persistence. Join us for the conversations.

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Millennial Manhood is a podcast dedicated to cultivating conversations that will help young men improve themselves and their communities by building their confidence, encouraging taking initiative, and coaching professional persistence. Join us for the conversations.

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#129 | Call Out the BS | Shan Foster Shan Foster is the Co-Founder and CEO of Fostering Healthy Solutions, LLC where he cultivates solutions for diversity issues through education, training, and execution. His experience includes work in several sectors including entertainment, financial services, technology, media, environmental services, and law enforcement. Foster is passionate about diversity and is seen as a visionary amongst leaders. He also serves as Executive Director of AMEND Together and Vice President of External Affairs at YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee. AMEND Together is an initiative that engages men and boys to end violence against women and girls. Under his leadership, AMEND Together has grown to a nationally recognized program with expansion to Texas, Virginia, California, Ohio, and New York.

He recruits, educates, and equips men and boys to serve as advocates for violence prevention and cultural change. Described as an enthusiastic leader, gifted public speaker, and skilled facilitator, Foster is committed to elevating the conversation about violence against women, engaging men to be leaders and role models, and educating young men and boys about healthy masculinity and respect. He is a frequent speaker before national and international corporations, regional and national conferences, local and state government entities, and collegiate and national sports programs, including the National Football League and Major League Soccer. Foster is also the author of "What Hurt Didn't Hinder." A story of perseverance, showing that it's possible to reconstruct what it means to be a man, embrace our diversity, and raise everyone up in the process.

Foster graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development in 2008. During his time at Vanderbilt, Foster was named SEC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, All-SEC four years in a row, NCAA Division I All-America, and played for the USA Team in the 2007 Pan American games held in Rio De Janairo, Brazil. He was the Lowes Senior CLASS award winner, an award given to the nations senior leader in community, classroom, character, and competition. Foster finished his collegiate basketball career as the all-time leading scorer in school history and was drafted into the NBA by the Dallas Mavericks in 2008. He was inducted to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 2009, Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010 and was honored as an SEC Legend during the 2016 SEC Basketball Tournament.


Connect w/ Shan:
shanfoster.com
IG: @shanfoster32
TW: @shanforster_32


Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
TW: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi


Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
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#129 | Call Out the BS | Shan Foster Shan Foster is the Co-Founder and CEO of Fostering Healthy Solutions, LLC where he cultivates solutions for diversity issues through education, training, and execution. His experience includes work in several sectors including entertainment, financial services, technology, media, environmental services, and law enforcement. Foster is passionate about diversity and is seen as a visionary amongst leaders. He also serves as Executive Director of AMEND Together and Vice President of External Affairs at YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee. AMEND Together is an initiative that engages men and boys to end violence against women and girls. Under his leadership, AMEND Together has grown to a nationally recognized program with expansion to Texas, Virginia, California, Ohio, and New York.

He recruits, educates, and equips men and boys to serve as advocates for violence prevention and cultural change. Described as an enthusiastic leader, gifted public speaker, and skilled facilitator, Foster is committed to elevating the conversation about violence against women, engaging men to be leaders and role models, and educating young men and boys about healthy masculinity and respect. He is a frequent speaker before national and international corporations, regional and national conferences, local and state government entities, and collegiate and national sports programs, including the National Football League and Major League Soccer. Foster is also the author of "What Hurt Didn't Hinder." A story of perseverance, showing that it's possible to reconstruct what it means to be a man, embrace our diversity, and raise everyone up in the process.

Foster graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development in 2008. During his time at Vanderbilt, Foster was named SEC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, All-SEC four years in a row, NCAA Division I All-America, and played for the USA Team in the 2007 Pan American games held in Rio De Janairo, Brazil. He was the Lowes Senior CLASS award winner, an award given to the nations senior leader in community, classroom, character, and competition. Foster finished his collegiate basketball career as the all-time leading scorer in school history and was drafted into the NBA by the Dallas Mavericks in 2008. He was inducted to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 2009, Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010 and was honored as an SEC Legend during the 2016 SEC Basketball Tournament.


Connect w/ Shan:
shanfoster.com
IG: @shanfoster32
TW: @shanforster_32


Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
TW: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi


Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#128 | I Thought I Killed A Man | Ben Smith As a black child born in 1971, Ben was adopted in Seattle and raised by white parents in a tough neighborhood in East Vancouver. He experienced relentless violence, bullying, and racial discrimination.
As a way to overcome fear and self-loathing, Ben became a competitive boxer, wrestler, and bodybuilder. These positive outlets allowed Ben to channel his hurt, anger, and frustration, eventually owning a gym, helping others as a successful personal trainer and mentoring youth as a community care worker.
Ben’s many years working as a nightclub bouncer gave him unique insight into the universal quest for self-acceptance, love, and happiness. Now he works to help men move past their own pain.

Connect w/ Ben Smith:
www.thegoliathfoundation.com
Podcast: anchor.fm/loving-Goliath
IG: @lovinggoliath

Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
TW: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi

Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#127 | Broke, Dumb & Impressing Girls | Anthony O’Neal A #1 national bestselling author, Anthony O'Neal has helped over 250,000 people set out on a path towards a debt-free life with his chart-topping book Debt-Free Degree. He’s reached over 15 million people in 15 different countries through his podcast “The Table” where he always keeps it real, relevant, and relatable.

Apart from teaching others how to obtain mental, spiritual and financial freedom, Anthony's mission is to help singles maximize their single season with both intention and grace. When he's not interviewing experts and thought-leaders on his popular Youtube channel, you can find Anthony golfing or on an adventure with his beautiful all-black German Shepherd, Rhaven.

https://anthonyoneal.com/

Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
Tw: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi

Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#126 | Veteran Trauma & Their Stories | Richard Casper Richard Casper is a United States Marine Veteran, Purple Heart recipient, Artist, and Entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and Executive Director of CreatiVets, a non-profit that provides art, music, and writing programs for combat veterans with post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries. He is also the co founder of two music companies, Casparr and We Should Write Sometime.

Richard was named one of TIME magazines Next Generation Leaders, is the feature of TIME’s documentary Evidence of Things Unseen, and recognized by President George W. Bush and The Bush Institute for his passion and work helping combat veterans. He was one of thirty-three scholars chosen to be in Presidents Bush’s Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program.

Richard served in the USMC from 2003-2007. During the first portion of his enlistment, Casper served as Presidential guard at Camp David. Later in 2006-2007 during his tour in Iraq, Richard survived four IED blasts which left him with a left-traumatic brain injury and witness the death of his friend which caused his post traumatic stress. After nearly giving up, he discovered art and song-writing as therapeutic forms of expression, and went on to attend and graduate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. From his experiences, he later created art and songwriting programs for CreatiVets to help other combat wounded veterans heal.

Today, Richard has taught art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Virginia Commonwealth University, and the University of Southern California. He is a keynote speaker, songwriter, and entrepreneur. He resides in Nashville TN with his wife Ashley and son Barrett.

https://creativets.org/

Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
Tw: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi

Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#125 | Let’s Not Destroy Our Planet | Michael Bartz Michael Bartz is an actor as well as the producer and host of the In Over My Head podcast, an interview-style show where he talks to environmental experts about how we can all effectively reduce our impact on the planet. The show revolves around Michael trying to lessen his footprint by building his own 175 square foot off-grid Tiny home. He and his partner Sara and their cats are living "Tiny" on a farm in Alberta, Canada.

Over the course of the build, Michael also hosted some over 50 people from around the world through Couch-surfing. Talking late into the night with travelers helped inspire Michael to fully embrace living unconventionally. He loves great conversations with people from all walks of life and believes that conversation is the way to break through our silos, see the humanity in our neighbors, and make the world a better place.

Www.inovermyheadpodcast.com


Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
Tw: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi


Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#124 | Stop Crying When Coach Yells | Brandon Taylor Brandon Taylor helps people become the best version of themselves. He is the COO of Evolve Sisu Foundation. An athletic performance company based in Nashville, TN that trains athletes from all backgrounds including professionals to youth. They also offer personal training for non-athletes to help improve their daily lifestyles.

Connect w/ Brandon:
LI: linkedin.com/in/brandon-taylor-65b694a7
IG: @b_taylor_gang_

Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
Tw: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi

Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#123 | How To Start A Podcast Join Jovica for an episode where he breaks down the future of Millennial Manhood, why he stopped taking calls from people asking for podcasting help and how to start a podcast in 2022.

Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
Tw: @TheJovPost
IG: @asap_jovi

Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
#122 | 2021 Headtrash In the last episode of 2021 we (Jovica, James & Drew) have our annual discussion about what we learned this past year, our own head trash, and our 2022 goals.

Reach out to Drew Hull: 
IG: @drew.hull  

Reach out to James Gilreath: 
IG: @jcgilreath  

Reach out to Jovica: 
IG: @asap_jovi 
LI: linkedin.com/in/jdjurdjevic
#121 | Embrace Being Different Tre Killian is a man who hates small talk and loves having a pony tail. When he’s not busy engaging in deep conversations he’s helping folks with their finances. He joins Jovica this week to discuss the meaning of life… or at least how not be terrible at life.

Connect w/ Tre:
IG: @trekill53
LI: linkedin.com/in/trekillian

Connect w/ Jovica:
LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic
IG: @asap_jovi

Music Credit:
Title: Clean Break
Artist: Density & Time
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