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25 Sizzling Male Bloggers

“Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be.” — George Sheehan

 

After the overwhelming response to the 25 Sizzling Female Bloggers, you just knew I had to start on this one 🙂  If you did not see all the amazing women featured in the last post definitely check it out.

Now on to the men…

The guys featured here are a true mix of up and coming and old guard. I personally consider their unique experiences and wisdom to be part of the best in the world.  These are the men, I enjoy spending quality time with on a Saturday night. (reading of course ;-))

This group has a mix of inspirational entrepreneurs, who have put their dedication to helping others above all else.

Three of the group, consider themselves triathletes, at least three more have done at least one triathlon and many more are runners, I feel like I need to go get on my bike right now, just to keep up with them.

I  love that two of the guys are fellow Canadians!

Let’s get on with the list

 

[tweetherder]Tyler Tervooren -Professor of Riskology[/tweetherder]

Tyler loves helping people do scary things that improve their lives.  Definitely a risk taker!

Website:  http://advancedriskology.com
Twitter:   @tylertervooren

[tweetherder]Amit Amin -Happier Human[/tweetherder]

Join Amit’s journey to seek out, absorb, synthesize and put into action that mass of information on happiness. Seriously deep writing.

Website:  http://happierhuman.com

Twitter: @HappierHuman

[tweetherder]Jacob Sokol -Sensophy[/tweetherder]

Jacob is on a mission to help people find their purpose and create extraordinary lives.

Website:  http://www.sensophy.com
Twitter:  @JacobSokol

[tweetherder]Scott Dinsmore -Live you Legend[/tweetherder]

Scott is an Adventurer, life-experimenter, value investor and personal freedom coach, obsessed with helping people find passion and do work they LOVE.

Website:  http://liveyourlegend.net
Twitter:  @_Scott_Dinsmore

[tweetherder]Corbett Bar- Think Traffic & Expert Enough[/tweetherder]

Corbett helps people build cool stuff online.  All around cool guy who spends at least have his year in Mexico surfin’.

Website: http://thinktraffic.net/
Twitter: @ThinkTraffic

[tweetherder]Jonathan Mead – Illuminated Mind & TrailBlazers[/tweetherder]

Jonathan helps people kill their day jobs and get paid to be who they are.  Very inspirational guy, with a deep serious side.

Website: http://www.illuminatedmind.net
Twitter:  @JonathanMead

[tweetherder]Joel Zaslofsky – Value of Simple[/tweetherder]

Joel is providing guidance on how to simplify and organize life’s little details.  Totally connected with Joel analytical side!

Website: http://valueofsimple.com/
Twitter:  @joelzaslofsky

[tweetherder]Thom Chambers- In Treehouses and  The Micropubliser[/tweetherder]

Thom creates online magazines for the restless at Mountain & Pacific.  A true inspirational guy, living his freedom business.

Website: http://www.mountainandpacific.com/
Twitter:  @ThomChambers

[tweetherder]Steve Baines- Steve Baines Biz[/tweetherder]

Steve is Educating, Inspiring & Challenging You to be Great in Business and Life.   Definitely inspirational triathlete and fellow Canadian!

Website: http://stevebaines.biz/
Twitter: @SteveBainesBiz

[tweetherder]Mars Dorian-  Outstander[/tweetherder]

Mars helps people stand out online.  Amazing artist, storyteller and creative marketer! The coolest cartoons ever!

Website: http://www.marsdorian.com
Twitter:  @MarsDorian

[tweetherder]Jason Bates- The Groove[/tweetherder]

Jason helps people find “success without struggle”.  Awesome up and coming blogger, watch out for more from him.

Website: http://www.thegroove.cc
Twitter:  @_The_Groove_

[tweetherder]Chris Guillebeau- Art of Non-Conformity & The $100 Startup[/tweetherder]

Chris helps people live unconventional lives, make their own choices, and change the world.  Traveling and rocking the freedom lifestyle with class.

Website: http://chrisguillebeau.com/
Twitter:  @chrisguillebeau

[tweetherder]Colin Wright- Exile Lifestyle[/tweetherder]

Colin is a serial entrepreneur, world-traveler and author. Moving to a new country every 4 months.  Readers deciding where to live and really really living his freedom business.

Website: http://exilelifestyle.com
Twitter:  @colinismyname

[tweetherder]Leo Babauta- Zen Habits & A List Blogger Bootcamp[/tweetherder]

Leo is a simplicity blogger & author.  He started Zen Habits to  chronicle and share what he’s learned.  Well rounded and very laid back smart dude!

Website: http://zenhabits.net/
Twitter:  @zen_habits

[tweetherder]Timo Kiander- Productive Superdad[/tweetherder]

Timo teaches effective time management skills and personal organization for work at home dads.  Another triathlete with a super cute boy!

Website: http://www.productivesuperdad.com/
Twitter:  @ProductiveSd

[tweetherder]Danny Iny- Firepole Marketing[/tweetherder]

Danny helps people grow their businesses and make more money. He is a Super Friendly Guy, really he is! Another fellow Canadian!

Website:  http://www.firepolemarketing.com
Twitter:   @DannyIny

[tweetherder]Mark Sisson- Primal Blueprint[/tweetherder]

Mark is on a mission to empower people to take full responsibility for their own health and life.  OMG he rocks those abs and he is almost 60!

Website: http://www.marksdailyapple.com
Twitter:  @Mark_Sisson

[tweetherder]Gideon Shalwick- Rapid Video Blogging & Become a Blogger[/tweetherder]

Gideon teaches entrepreneurship, lead generation and blogging. His videos always look awesome.

Website: http://gideonshalwick.com/
Twitter:  @GideonShalwick

[tweetherder]Charlie  Gilkey- Productive Flourishing[/tweetherder]

Charlie helps create people thrive in life and business.  A PH.D in Philosophy, who knew!  and a polymath, well that is not surprising.

Website: http://www.productiveflourishing.com
Twitter:  @CharlieGilkey

[tweetherder]Steve Aitchison- Change you thoughts, Change your Life[/tweetherder]

Steve is a writer and life coach, he runs the top UK personal development blog.  Only 5 hours of sleep! my hero!

Website: http://www.stevenaitchison.co.uk
Twitter:  @StevenAitchison

[tweetherder]Joel Runyon- Impossible HQ[/tweetherder]

Joel’s a javelin-throwing, world, traveling, triathlete set on doing impossible things in order to tell a great story with my life.  Another triathlete, there is definitely a trend here!

Website: http://impossiblehq.com/
Twitter:  @joelrunyon

[tweetherder]Christopher Foster-  The Happy Seeker[/tweetherder]

Christopher’s shares his journey of enlightenment and wisdom. 80 years old and still following his passions, truly inspirational!

Website: http://www.thehappyseeker.com
Twitter:  @AHappySeeker

[tweetherder]Jonathan Fields- Career Renegade & Uncertainty[/tweetherder]

Jonathan helps  people cultivate changes to become more creative and embrace action in the face of uncertainty with a greater sense of ease. Great new Good Life TV project.

Website: http://www.jonathanfields.com
Twitter:  @jonathanfields

[tweetherder]Sam Spurlin- Regaining Consciousness[/tweetherder]

Sam explores the art and science of conscious living. Thoughtfully walks you through the question of “What does it mean to live consciously?”

Website: http://www.samspurlin.com
Twitter:  @samspurlin

[tweetherder]Tim Ferris- 4-Hour Workweek  & 4-Hour Body[/tweetherder]

Tim – Author of #1 NY Times bestsellers, The 4-Hour Body and The 4-Hour Workweek, Japanophile, tea drinker, tango world record holder, language learning fanatic.

Website:  http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/
Twitter:  @tferriss

 

Tell your Favs

I would love to hear about the Male Bloggers you are reading these days! Leave their name and why you enjoy reading them in the comments below.

 

 

30 thoughts on “25 Sizzling Male Bloggers

  1. After looking at your list I had to head for Sam Spurlin’s blog first… I’m always interested in conscious living. Many other intriguing blogs listed… I will return for more. I’ve been reading Amit’s blog on happiness… and Joel’s on simplicity.

  2. Great post 🙂
    I would also add Peter Clemens from The Change Blog (www.thechangeblog.com)

    I read most of the 25 guys but will check out the ones I did not about soon too 🙂

  3. Lori, wow, thanks!
    I’m so honored to be included in a list with so many mega-stars!
    There are also a few names that I don’t recognize… so I’ll also be digging in.

    Oh, and one guy I’ve just started reading that might be worth a look is Mryko Thum
    http://www.myrkothum.com/ – he’s got an edge, but I quite like that.

  4. I tend to read a lot of Joel Zaslofsky’s stuff on Value of Simple. Oh, wait a second… 🙂
    This is an awesome list Lori and knowing you, this was carefully crafted and put together with quality analysis. I’m humbled to be featured here and I’ll be spreading word about all these sizzling fellas today.
    A lot of these guys are already in my RSS reader. There are some names I’ve seen a lot but haven’t had time to explore. This might be the kick in the pants I need to do that.
    A relatively new blogger (to me) that I’ve been reading is Ethan Waldman. He writes at Cloud Coach and has an awesome blend of simplicity and technology. Steve Kamb from Nerd Fitness could easily qualify for this list as the ladies tell me he’s sizzlin’ in a number of ways.
    Great work on putting this together and thanks again for including me among such an inspiring bunch of folks!

  5. Thank you for this terrific list. I already read the blogs of some of the guys you’ve mentioned but thank you for the introduction to the ones I don’t know. My recent discovery is Jason Fonceca at http://www.ryzeonline.com. His writing is lively, unique and fresh. And he always has something interesting to say.

  6. Thanks so much, Lori Lynn!

    For some unknown reason, I realize today that I know way more female bloggers than male ones. I guess I’d better change that… starting your recommendation list!

    Chantal

  7. Awesome list, Lori. I read quite a lot of these guys, and know of others, but there were still a couple I hadn’t heard of so going to check them out.

    Didn’t know about Charlie’s PHD! And thrilled to discover “Happy Seeker” Christopher Foster sounds fascinating.

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