Episode 106 of The Path to Authenticity is the fourth installment in a series about manhood with co-host Ed Tilton. Ed and I have a conversation after listening to Joe Biden saying goodbye to Delaware before leaving for Washington, D.C. to take the oath of office the following day. We talk about the importance of having a good man in the White House and how we deserve that. As we recorded, Biden was holding a memorial service for the 400,000 American lives lost thus far to COVID-19. We see this as part of an important conversation. Enjoy. -Tom
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