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Find guest photos, transcripts, video versions, links, show notes, the infamous free newsletter and more at https://www.mountaintoppodcast.com | The man's guide to strong character, dating, seduction, masculine charm, self-improvement, confidence, attracting women, healthy living and adventurous lifestyle. For fourteen consecutive years, The Mountain Top Podcast (formerly The Chick Whisperer) from X & Y Communications has been the gold standard for men's podcasts. Scot McKay and his expert co-hosts talk women, dating, seduction, intrigue and 21st century masculinity in a fast-paced, sometimes controversial, and often hilarious style. | Please subscribe to get updates automatically, and if you love the show take a quick minute to rate us and leave a review. | NOTE: Views expressed by guests do not necessarily reflect those of the host and/or X & Y Communications, and guest appearances to do not necessarily equal endorsements.
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Nov 27, 2020

When you get right down to it, if you're on a team your coaches and your cheerleaders have something important in common. They're both on your side, and they both want you to win. So it's really no wonder that a former Phoenix Suns cheerleader like my co-host Bee Evans would go on to become a professional coach. More specifically, Bee is a resilience coach, and one of her biggest soapboxes is 'tearing out the tags'. What's up with the human tendency to slap a label on everything and everyone? I mean, do face-value assertions and preconceived notions really serve the greater good? You can imagine the sneaky effect this kind of psychology has wrought upon relationships between men and women, let alone everyone else. Well, this episode's discussion starts with a disarming look at how Bee views her time with the Phoenix Suns nowadays compared to how she did in the moment, and it'll be no surprise that it has plenty to do with public stereotype versus objective reality. That leads to an eye-opening discussion of how we as men often place attractive women into some rather unattractive boxes, and Bee has some encouraging truth for all of us. On top of that, women tend to categorize themselves in plenty of self-limiting ways in their own right. But let's not kid ourselves, so do we as men. How does that affect our success with women? And how do all of us re-apply tags and labels to both ourselves and others as life unfolds in unexpected ways? Speaking more about tags and labels, get ready to discover how people's intentions don't necessarily have everything to do with how they classify us--or even themselves. And stay tuned for Bee's GOLDEN advice on how to intrigue and attract the most beautiful women. Here's the bottom line: in today's world of knee-jerking social media frenzy, intentions often don't match up with perceptions...and reality can seem an even more distant concept. Bee's mission is to bridge that gap in a world that could really use it. Have you talked to me for 25-minutes free yet? Sign up today and get on my calendar at https://mountaintoppodcast.com

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Nov 20, 2020

With the recent passing of Sir Sean Connery, there couldn't be a better time to celebrate the rich legacy of Ian Fleming's James Bond, particularly as played by the OG himself. We begin with a brief discussion of Connery's legacy of smooth, debonair masculinity on film, which despite his perhaps ironic off-screen issues with women in real life stands as nothing short of iconic. So if you've never seen a Sean Connery Bond flick, where should you start? And why even watch at all? I mean, what can we gain by studying the persona of Connery's 007, from his 'alpha' demeanor to his calm, cool and collected style with women? What are the takeaways from that for our real lives, meeting and interacting with real women? Is it feasible to actually live like James Bond, even if only on some levels...and only part way? And what is it about Connery's Bond in particular that is so magnetic to women? Speaking of women, what makes 'Bond Girls' in particular so exotic, alluring and downright desirable? And on the other hand, is James Bond even 'boyfriend material'? Perhaps the most fun is had toward the end of this episode, where Bruce and I talk about Bond villains, particularly the infamous Ernst Blofeld. What makes him so slimy and, well...the opposite of attractive to women? It couldn't be that he's a cat lover, could it? Why not find your own mystique, and transform your fortunes with women in the process. It all starts with a 25-minute intro call. Get on my schedule for free at https://mountaintoppodcast.com

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Nov 13, 2020

Well, now I've done it. I went and got a creativity coach as a guest co-host. His name is Jeff Leisawitz from Seattle, and you're in for a show that's guaranteed by its very nature to be fun, entertaining AND interesting. To start off, we all know it's not exactly easy to simply be creative at the drop of a hat. Therefore, we define creativity in, well...some truly creative terms. That quickly leads us to the sobering conclusion that despite what many think, creativity isn't really an optional 'luxury item'. It's absolutely integral to a life well-lived. But fear not, Jeff has an elegant way to tune your mind up for greater levels of creativity...all centered around one basic mindset shift. Here's a hint: plenty of us need to have a more creative vision of creativity itself. Is it really true there's no such thing as an original thought? What is it that separates mere talent from truly legendary status? And on a far less lofty level, how does Jeff coax guys to start thinking 'out of the box' for once? What happens when crisis hits and we're forced out of our comfort-familiarity zone and into creative mode? It seems like there's one big hurdle virtually everyone has to clear first, and we'll call it out. And here's a good question...is creativity feminine in nature? And speaking of women, how does your creativity directly contribute to living the exciting life that inevitably attracts women? Feel like it's time to think out of the box for yourself and come up with new and creative ways to get the right woman into your life? Talk to me about it for free when you get on my calendar at https://mountaintoppodcast.com

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Nov 6, 2020

The idea for this episode on dying well--or dying gallantly and with dignity, if you will--has been on my radar screen for quite a while. The issue was finding the right guest to make it as powerful a show as it deserves to be. Enter my new friend Larry Indiviglia. First off, Larry is a United States Naval Academy graduate, so he knows plenty about duty, honor and sacrifice. On top of that, however, he had the particularly notable experience just this year of meeting a woman who was dying of cancer, falling in love, and being by her side until the very end. He has written a book about that experience, and in this show shares his unique and powerful thoughts of a life well-lived to the very last breath. So for starters, what exactly does it mean to die well? Despite the archetypal theme of going out in a blaze of glory, is that reasonable--or even possible? Why are such themes in stories like Gran Torino and Breaking Bad so incredibly fascinating and alluring to us as men? Is it necessarily true that we die alone, or can others around us contribute to a life well ended? What are the powerful and perhaps unexpected factors that present themselves when we know we have a limited time left? How can our minds play tricks on us in devious ways as we fantasize about our own deaths? Is that even healthy? Did Tim McGraw get it right when he exhorted us to 'live like we're dying'? We'll even tackle perhaps the scariest question of all on this subject...how to die well if your body or even your mind betrays you in old age. John Donne may have noted centuries ago that the bell will toll for thee, but he also penned 'death be not proud'. In the stunning conclusion to this particularly unforgettable and powerful episode, will spell out exactly what that means. Make the most of the one life we're given and invite the greatest woman you've ever met to join you. Talk to me for free when you get on my schedule at https://mountaintoppodcast.com

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