Category: leadership

Ep 099 Random Show: Daily Reading, Live-Long Learning, and Leadership Pearls

Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get. Forest Gump This week your hosts offer up a random show. We enjoy sharing these episodes because they are some of our most fun, organic conversations. We hope you find today’s episode thought-provoking and inspiring! In episode 99 your hosts explore […]

EP 079 Interview Tyson Stahl: Part 2, Combat, Working with the Best, and Pursuing Passions

“What little kid doesn’t want to grow up doing Commando stuff one day? I get to go hang out with Peter Pan and the Lost Boys for a little bit” -Tyson Stahl on his decision to join Marine Corps Special Operations In Part 2 of our interview with Tyson Stahl, we discuss decision points in […]

EP 078 Interview Tyson Stahl: Part 1, Road to the Naval Academy and Marine Corps Special Operations

How does a troublemaker cut from his Middle School football team and sent to a military school for the Summer to, “straighten up”, end up playing Division I football at the Naval Academy and becoming a Marine Corps Special Operator? If you would have asked our guest at 14 years old what he was going […]

EP 076 Interview Rachel Woods: Building and Maintaining Individual Motivation

In this episode, Lt Colonel Story and I interview Rachel Woods. Rachel is a Professor at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Rachel has spent 15 + years in the leadership development industry empowering leaders with practical leadership skills. She is a leadership author, trainer, consultant, and coach, who is passionate about helping people reach […]

EP 067 Interview: Eric Davis, Simplifying Life with a Navy SEAL Sniper Instructor

Constant misfortune brings this one blessing: to whom it always assails, it eventually fortifies. Seneca What if you had a chance to chat with the person who trained THE American Sniper-Chris Kyle how to shoot? What would ask him about achieving excellence, dealing with adversity, and simplifying complexity? Well, hopefully we did a fair job […]

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