The Warrior Poet Way with John Lovell

John Lovell and I discuss his latest book, The Warrior Poet Way: A Guide to Living Free and Dying Well.

I really bonded with John’s message because it invites us, especially men, to dig deeper and ask “what’s this all about?”

The conclusions he draws are the same that I’ve come to in my own life (from his book’s introduction):

This speaks to the balance we all must seek, and for many men is missing from their lives. The dangerous challenges of times past where a man could find his edges and maybe push past them, are mostly missing from modern life.

Our spiritual selves are often unmet and searching, even though we may not be aware of that lack.

This condenses into the need for men to both be fierce protectors and emotionally tuned and open to life’s incredible offerings. To be warrior poets.

If this topic appeals to you, be sure to check out part II (for subscribers) where we go further into the topics of where the world is heading and how we can personally prepare for that future state.

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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at

Great Talk!

Absolutely fantastic that you interviewed John my favorite Warrior! Thanks a lot… I’ve been watching him for like 2 years now and I hope we might meet him at the honey badger sometime…?


Love This Guy

Great to see John as a guest here!

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The Microphone

I’m just going to point out… The microphone in the picture looks nothing like the actual microphones being used. Why is that?

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I have just added these links to the part 2 discussion:
To save others from repeating the searches that I have just done, here are some links to John’s stuff:
YouTube channel:
Homesteader page:
Thanks, Chris for having John on, it was great to hear his story and recommendations.

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Love The Warrior Poet

I absolutely love John Lovett and have for years.
I admire and respect a lot of people from different walks of life and seeing them discover each other is pretty awesome.
The people I respect also respect the people I respect… and there is something very affirming in that.


The Warrior Is Already Dead

“A warrior considers himself already dead, so there is nothing to lose. The worst has already happened to him, therefore he’s clear and calm; judging him by his acts or by his words, one would never suspect that he has witnessed everything.”
Carlos Castaneda

And Lt. Speirs lived that truth…

Thank you!