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19. The Summit Man Ting – the podcast

On this episode, I interview Jason Osei and his journey form American Football player, to MMA fighter and championship winning semi-pro wrestler. We talk about setting goals, working towards success and how this builds character. Read more here: https://mantingpodcast.com/2020/11/24/the-summit/ Image by: https://www.instagram.com/gregteg.dfw/ Music (Creative Commons — Attribution and Share Alike): Beats Mix by herbalsniff – http://www.audiotool.com/user/chrissyd/ Chill by Joakim Karud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Buy on BandCamp: joakimkarud.bandcamp.com/track/chill Chill Soul Rap Instrumental by Nkato – http://www.audiolibrary.com.co/nkato/chill-s…-instrumental funk by rozaparcks – http://www.audiotool.com/user/jack_meijer/
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  3. 17. Paternal: The Beginning of the End
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The Summit

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Paternal: New Beginnings

This is the final episode of a 3-part series titled, ‘Paternal’. It is honest, funny and heartfelt. If you haven’t listened to the previous episodes, then I’d recommend you click the links below to do so now: In the Beginning The Beginning of the End Last year I wrote a blog post titled Am I […]

Paternal: The Beginning of the End

This is the second episode of a 3-part series titled, ‘Paternal’. It is honest, funny and heartfelt. If you haven’t listened to part 1, In the Beginning, then I’d recommend you click the link to do so now. When I was 9 years old, I had a teacher called Miss Bryant. In class one day, […]