Let’s take a look at the best podcasts for men in 2022!
Obviously, I’m biased, and I’ll recommend The Manlihood ManCast as the premiere personal development podcast for men that you should all be listening to. The Manlihood ManCast is in the Top 50 Podcasts for men according to Feedspot. But today, I’m going to share with you the OTHER podcasts for men that you need to check out.
- Order of Man
- Art of Manliness
- Men in the Arena
- Significant Man Recharge
- The Dad Edge Podcast
- The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast
- Wolf and Iron
- The GreatMan Podcast
- The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
- The Joe Rogan Experience
- The Manlihood ManCast
Each of this podcasts make the list because their content is relevant and helpful for men who are striving to be better men.
Ryan Michler interviews amazing guests about what it means to be a better man. In 2022, he has interviewed Terry Crews, Tim Kennedy, Cameron Hanes, Jack Carr, Tim Tebow, Phil Robertson, and more.
Michler hosts three shows a week, including an “Ask Me Anything” show he typically hosts with Kipp Sorensen.
My favorite part of the show is actually Ryan’s solo shows – Field Note Fridays, where he explains his take on approaching the world through a masculine framework. Ryan’s perspective is simultaneously fresh and old-fashioned, and I think it’s a much needed voice in today’s upside down culture.
Brett McKay approaches the world through a stoic view. He interviews guests on a variety of topics, including history relationships, and personal development. The show emphasizes a classic masculinity that transcends politics and focuses on individual responsibility.
Jim Ramos heads up this Christian podcast with an emphasis on men taking their faith, their role as husbands, fathers and leaders seriously. In 2022, Jim interviewed guests including former porn star turned pastor Joshua Broome, Stephen Mansfield, Larry Hagner and more. He delves into relevant topics that men need to discuss, but that the church may often skirt around.
Warren Peterson of the Significant Man Recharge has focused in 2022 on solo shows which he calls “Five Minute Fridays” where he talks about manhood from a Christian perspective. Peterson is a level-headed and practical podcaster, and his podcasts helps to recharge and build up the Christian man with an accessibility that anyone regardless of faith can relate to.
Larry Hagner of the Dad Edge Podcast (formerly known as the Good Dad Project) places an emphasis on personal development for fathers. A man that becomes the best version of himself can help his children become the best version of themselves. Larry is a dad himself, and he pulls from his experiences with his kids, and from his experience growing up without a father to help dads overcome the hurdles of fatherhood. In 2022, Larry interviewed Steve Weatherford, Gary John Bishop, Tanner Guzy, Dr. John Delony, and more.
Leadership is something every man needs to learn and embrace. John Maxwell is a leadership expert, and his podcast, while not specifically geared toward men, it’s chock full of leadership advice that will certainly help men.
Mike Yarbrough of Wolf and Iron is an amazing podcast host. His southern gentlemen approach to life, along with his encouragement for men to live up to their potential makes for amazing insights. His interviews are stellar, but his “Truck Talks” while he unpacks his own perspective on life are worth the listen
Stephen Mansfield is an author and thought leader who speaks on politics, religion, and issues surrounding manhood. He tackles current events, and what a man’s response to these events should be.
Dr. Jordan Peterson is a renowned clinical psychologist and author from Canada. His book “12 Rules for Life” is groundbreaking as it explores traditional western philosophies from a contemporary perspective. He speaks a lot about masculinity and culture, as well as a stoic approach to life.
Joe Rogan’s podcast is arguably the most popular podcast of all time. He is no stranger to controversy as he has come under fire for his views and his guests views on current events. He frequently interviews comedians and fighters, and he often explores the value of a traditional view of masculinity.
It may seem a bit self-serving to mention my own podcast here, but I can’t help but brag a little about the work I’m doing helping men to be even better men. We’ve interviewed Elliott Hulse, Judge Joe Brown, DC Glenn from Tag Team, Larry Hagner, Josh Tyler, Kipp Sorensen, Heather Nielsen, Doug Giles, Rafa Conde, Chuck Holton, and many others!