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Imagine if the more experienced people took the time to develop those around them and truly passed on their knowledge.

It is no secret that I am a guy with big dreams, passion, and hunger.  As a result, I will always put myself out there and go for what I want.  My big interests include sports writing, interviews, performing and teaching others.

Three pillars I strive to build my leadership philosophy on are Vision, Being Relatable, and Development. My goal is to help those within my influence and maximize their potential.  However, I cannot do it alone.  As a result, I seek out mentorship and do what I can to pass it on.

 The word "mentorship" is often used in the wrong context. Mentorship is more than providing the cheerleading Monday morning "rah rah rah" speech. Mentorship is about sharing lessons learned from past experiences to develop the next crop of leaders. The point of this podcast is to focus on the knowledge and make those around us better. Vision. Relate. Develop.

May 15, 2019

Thomas Case is a TWO-time recipient of the Silver Star.  This award is the third-highest military combat decoration that can be awarded to a member of the United States Armed Forces. It is awarded for gallantry in action.   

SOURCE: https://valor.defense.gov/Description-of-Awards/

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May 4, 2019

Bio

Warren Triche is a Senior Enlisted military leader who manages a large organization.  In this episode he shares lessons learned from past experiences throughout his career and how to move forward.

Show Notes:

  • Opening 0:00
  • Podcasting as form of mentorship 1:07
  • Leadership mindset and techniques that have changed...


Mar 11, 2019

In this impromptu episode, I speak with Mr. B.J. Lange, actor, comedian, acting teacher, and comedy coach for the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program.

Here’s some of the wisdom BJ Lange shared;

  • His journey as a temporarily medically retired Air Force Reservist...after joining the Air Force Reserve at the age of 35
  • What...


Jan 18, 2019

Heath Trepanier- Resilience is making mistakes and coming back from them

In January of 2017, US Air Force Technical Sergeant Heath Trepanier (“Trep”) was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer when a cantaloupe-sized tumor was found in his abdomen. He continues to exceed the doctors’ expectations and was recently able to...