Momaha recently spoke with Hal Hardy and Luke Rodgers reality stars of Fuel TV’s “Clean Break”.
Note: Luke’s brother is Aaron Rodgers — the NFL Green Bay Packer Super Bowl Champion quarterback.
In the video below, the guys explain how men who are spontaneous, adventurous and even impulsive tend to be happier, report higher success and are satisfied with their jobs.
A recent study conducted by Schick Hydro® and Harris Interactive Poll finds spontaneity may be key driver of satisfaction in guys. The study revealed that 88 percent of the men polled wish they could try new activities and experiences.
Apparently, most men also …
- Regret not pursuing certain things in their lives (67 percent).
- Feel they need more direction or sense of purpose (60 percent).
- Feel restricted from life’s responsibilities (60 percent).
- Feel bored with their daily lives (53 percent).
“Clean Break” presented by Schick Hydro is back on Fuel TV for a new season starting 11 p.m. today. The show follows three men as they take on adrenaline-pumping adventures on a 10-day journey through New Zealand. View episodes, by clicking here.
Here’s what the guys — Hardy is an accountant and aspiring writer and Rodgers is the CEO of ProMerch — said about getting out of their comfort zones: