Once a nerdy, skinny professor of philosophical psychology who couldn’t hold a conversation to save his life, David is now director of Aura Transformation Corp., and a world renowned dating and life coach using therapeutic methods.
Dr. Tian has been featured in international media, including AXN, Cosmopolitan, Psychology Today, as well as co-hosting a radio show on national radio and a weekly dating advice column in a national newspaper in Singapore.
The show, “Man Up: Masculinity for the Intelligent Man (http://www.auratransformation.org/blog),” is David’s way of helping as many people as possible enjoy empowering and fulfilling lives, while contributing to the global understanding of masculinity in modern times. In the show, he takes your questions posed in the Man Up private Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/manup…) and answers based on his experience coaching (https://www.auratransformation.org/co…) tens of thousands of students around the world for over a decade.”
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David Tian: Boom! Stop. In Episode 136 of Man Up, I answer the question of: When should a man re-evaluate his friendships with other guys?
Masculinity for the intelligent man. I’m David Tian, Ph.D. and this is Man Up!
Hey! This is David Tian, Ph.D. and welcome to Episode 136 of Man Up! For over the past ten years, I’ve been helping hundreds of thousands of people in over 87 countries attain success in life and love, through the application of ancient wisdom and cutting-edge research. And welcome to Episode 136. I’m back in Bangkok, as you can see. I don’t know if you can recognize it. That building there is the MahaNakhon. And it’s a controversial building, looks really cool. Behind me there are other skyscrapers. Anyway, this is a great part of town. I love being back in my home hotel here.
And I was in Taiwan for a family reunion for one of my grandmother’s birthdays. Well, one of my grandmother’s birthday. And then I was also there when my other grandmother passed away. So, all in the same weekend, pretty intense emotionally for me and the family. A birthday and a funeral, back-to-back. So, didn’t get much in the way of content work done, but back in the grind between Bangkok and… Actually in two days, I’m flying to Beijing. There’s still a lot of travelling and flying around left to do, but catching up with Man Up. So, thank you guys for sticking with it and waiting for your episode to appear.
I know a lot of the guys in the group are doing so. So now, answering a question from the private Facebook group. This one is from Pravend. And it’s a long question. I’m going to try to summarize it, and it’s basically about, “What do I do when one of my best friends, who is a guy, is not doing what’s in his best interest?” So, I’ll just read parts of it. “Hey David, thank you for the great videos. There are moments where I find myself pumping my fists when I hear an idea articulated or expanded upon that resonates with me.”
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