People, Process, Progress
Taking the listeners down memory lane as I share snippets from the early days of my podcasting career.
Tough times call for tough people. Over the past year or so we've all had opportunity to sharpen ourselves through adversity.
Sharing Debra Woog's (like "Vogue") over 30 years of experience as a leadership researcher, executive, advisor and now "Crisis Navigation Partner" as the Founder of Connect 2.
The Friday before Easter is celebrated by Christians, Jews and Muslims alike. In addition to these religious practices, let's Remember Everyone Deployed (R.E.D.) each Friday and appreciate the sacrifice of those that came before us.
Sharing the "Foundational 5" for how Public Health and America as a whole can be more prepared for the next pandemic.
Sharing a bit of Hal Elrod's inspiring story and the S.A.V.E.R.S. actions from his book "The Miracle Morning". Also check out the Miracle Morning movie on Amazon.com.
Yes, it's another of my re-interpretations of Rudyard Kipling's masterpiece "If", with focus on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Players.
Remembering Dick Hoyt's amazing feats of completing over 1,000 races while pushing, pulling and swimming with his son Rick and taking inspiration for us all from Dick's mantra of, "Yes you can!"
In this episode I share some of the death and darkness I have faced, stories of evil and darkness from the Jocko Podcast that have helped give me perspective in many ways and five things that helped me and that I think can help others.
I got a reminder via an email from the Jiu Jitsu Brotherhood website run by Nic Gregoriades with a great reminder of the importance of breathing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. As we know, taking a breath is key in many other aspects of our lives as well.