The Man Coach for everyday Aussies & NZers like you who want way more from the everyday.
Get clear AF on who you are and where you’re going – with ease, confidence and a big ol’ smile.
You never thought you’d be at this point. In life, and on this random website, reading words from some slightly balding guy who reckons he gets you (even though we’ve never met).
Pffft, who does this guy think he is, right?
(yeah, ~Mike~… if that even is your real name)
Yet, your inner voice is mumbling that something in your life isn’t working, and there’s more out there for you. But fucked if you know how to get it, right?
Up until now, maybe you’ve:
Likes: being a dad. Dislikes: Male Pattern Baldness
I know you.
Because I've been you.
(Maybe worse. Maybe not)
And not in an ‘I’m a perfect man now’ fucken cocky ass way.
(We’ve all got our shit. I’ll be the first to say I’m no perfect superhuman)
Know this: you don’t have to hit rock bottom to do something that makes life feel better.
If you’re not there yet – things can get worse. But why let it get that far?
As my wise-beyond-his-years 8-year-old classmate said when he smacked me in the face with my own hand: “stop hitting yourself”.
You know there’s a shitload of cool, exciting, enriching stuff out there.
But you also have no idea what that is for you. And that’s okay.
Like I said – I’ve been there too, brother. We’ve all got our shit.
The idea that we don’t all have our shit is one of the
biggest pieces of BS we men have been sold.
You’re terrified of exposing yourself as incapable or seeming weak. Even though you want to believe in yourself, have clear direction, and feel secure, so you can move forward. Fucken hell, you’re right, Mike. The future feels hazy AF right now. Frustration and ‘meh’ are like the daily forecast.
You don’t wanna climb a fucken mountain or run some marathon to ‘prove it to yourself’ (or maybe you have, and realised ‘oh shit, that didn’t work’). Nope, fuck that shit. You know you’ve gotta get clear on what isn’t working, on where you’re headed, what you want, and how to build a life that means something. Otherwise, what’s the fucken point?
Self-development is ace. But it’s not the sounding board that helps you apply the learning, tie it all together and move your forward with honest, yet supportive advice and challenging growth-based feedback. Float your approach by me before taking it to the world.
A Wolf-pack always goes further than a Lone Wolf.
Not in momentous ‘climb a mountain’ actions – but in the everyday.
A community of everyday men committed to facing their shit, championing each other, and getting more from life, love, & the everyday
I get that. And it’s understandable to be sceptical. Actually, it’s a strong sign of who you are. As someone who used to be sceptical (and cynical) as fuck – I respect that.
This is where I’m supposed to say I nearly died once, or hit major rock bottom. I didn’t. But my everyday life felt like I was stuck and just floating along.
And at some point, I decided I wanted more than that!
I was always an athlete. And somehow landed a spot playing rugby in Scotland back in 2006. But after studying physical education at uni, and many thousand beers with mates, I did what I was supposed to do: ‘good job, path to success’. Gave being a PT a crack.
I spent 5-7 years being the quiet dude. The conservative guy opting for safety and security. I remembered a version of me who wanted to achieve loads of cool shit. Like becoming an All Black. But over time, my ambitions faded. I lost the edge to be my best, instead favouring stacking my portfolio of good times with mates.
I was floating. Cruising through life. Not challenging myself. Finding myself living life on the surface, stuck in my head on people’s opinions of me. Life was okay. But it was far from great. Then life punched me in the face.
My fiancé called me on Valentine’s Day to break up with me. Soon after, my mum who was very ill with cancer sadly passed away.
My world crumbled before my fucken eyes.
^^ Rare footage of 17-year-old Mike in between 12 packs of beers & footy
Mum, Finn the black lab, Crazy Horses; my ‘Ride or Die’
I had no fucken idea.
I was in my head a lot, trying to figure shit out. But it got me nowhere. Deep down, I was fucken scared that I’d never get out of this unhealthy cycle of letting fear run my life.
That things would stay the same. It was okay… but it wasn’t blowing my fucken mind.
So I enrolled in a course, with a community of like-minded people and a team of coaches, for more clarity, direction and insight into how to be a better me.
In a physical sense, I’d always worked with men. And I’d seen first-hand that physically, we’re not where we want to be. Mentally, we’ve got some shit to work through, too. Emotionally we were lost. Again and again, friends and clients told me about their struggles with relationships, shitty colleagues or work situations, lacking confidence, direction, purpose, feeling drained and disconnected from family, the missus or the future…
Why aren’t we satisfied?
It’s because we’re all confused. Lost. Stuck. Searching… but for what?
On one side, we’re told to man up. To be this strong, stoic superhuman. On the other side, we’re told to connect with our emotions, be empathetic, ‘heart-centred’. WTF?
We’re confused about what our role is. So there are all these men (I was one of them), living lives as the people we think we’re supposed to be. Not who we truly are, or who we want to be.
After years of studying men, the psychology behind our actions, and how we view ourselves… I’ve discovered that to be a man means to be your own man, to have heart and backbone. Confidence without arrogance. Compassion while still being firm in your own beliefs, values and boundaries.
To be a man is to feel secure, and make others feel secure too. To be aware of responsibilities and limitations. To accept your humanness. To ask for support when you need it and be a place of support. To be adaptable, but solid in your own presence. To treat others as equals and essentially… not be a dick. To be a legend, for yourself and others in your world.
Today I support everyday men like you to build legendary foundations, so you can make secure what feels insecure for better relationships, deeper experiences and a fucken exciting life.
“It’s my mission to redefine the narrative around masculinity, identity & connection in men. Championing your growth into a safe, secure, resilient man in a welcome space of mateship with your new crew; everyday legends championing everyday men”
Mike Campbell & Co.
Man Coach | Author | Presenter | Podcaster | Husband | Dad
Actionable AF advice
No fucken “believe in yourself” bullshit – then sending you on your way. Know exactly what to do and when with simplified steps and shitloads of support. Simple, no BS advice for everyday men.
Community of legends
Meet other dudes building their every day into fulfilling existences, too. We’re not into wilderness retreats. Spiritual stuff. Or even some faux tough-guy shit. Just blokes like you who want to experience more every day.
Build secure, grounded and unshakeable personal foundations for more clarity and direction and to become a better you. Then, relationships, work, health – it all stacks on top way fucken easier.
I believe men go further together. My programs prove how far that can be. Connected, easy, safe, challenging, supportive.
I offer open, straight-talking advice with a loving challenge edge. Integrity matters – it creates safety, strength and dependability.
Curious exploration guides every interaction into understanding you. 100% judgement-free enquiry to make your shit make sense.
BUILD AN EPIC RELATIONSHIP
Learn how to be and bring your best to a same-page partnership. Enhance your relationship with your partner. One that’s easy, connected and fun as fuck.
Are you done with seeking validation through work, body, performance? Insecure about money, relationships, yourself? Want confidence but can’t find it? Here it is!
GET YOUR SHIT TOGETHER
Build secure and unshakeable personal foundations for more clarity and direction to become a better you. Then relationships, work, health – it all gets way fucken easier.
Sure, writing a book was pretty cool. And speaking on stage is great. But I am nacho macho man.* The stuff I love most? The everyday stuff.
Messages from men saying how much our time together has helped them. Seeing that in their lives and relationships. Watching them go on to be so much happier. And clearer on who they want to be. So that life feels fucken exciting. That they wish they could get their mates in on this. Because it’s changed them.
And stone fruit. I really fucken love stone fruit.
*will eat nachos without hesitation
Are you ready to upgrade your life to new heights you’ve never experienced before?