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In the high-octane world of professional coffee, the competition for brand awareness is stiff. And as the Cannabis world develops into a flavor driven industry of its own, what are some tricks and pitfalls to avoid--and what are some successes to emulate? Let's drink and smoke for the ultimate combo. Subject discussed in the first segment: Coffee Culture Subject discussed in the second segment: Creating a Buzz For Cannabis GREG THE GUINEA PIG: Alex Bernson is the Marketing Director at Solstice Cannabis in Seattle. PRODUCTS FEATURED Dime Industries—Apple Gelato Vape Cart Dime Industries—Pink Lemon Haze Vape Cart SPONSORS: AVITAS HELLAVATED FAIRWINDS STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: The Triumphant Return of the Moustache
We originally recorded this episode for Christmas, but we had a late cancelation. So here it is for Thanksgiving!! Enjoy! ——————————————————————— James M. Hawes completed BUD/S in 1963 and received orders to the newly formed SEAL Team 2. Hawes subsequently volunteered for duty in Vietnam and became one of the first SEAL officers permanently assigned there as part of CIA's OpPlan 34-A, governing covert operations into North Vietnam. That led to his clandestine CIA mission to build and command a mercenary navy in the Congo in 1965-66. After several years working for the Agency, he attended Harvard, receiving his MBA in 1971. He finally settled in Asia, living there for 34 years and pioneering a variety of business enterprises, including specialized shipping and commercial real estate. Hawes currently lives near San Antonio, Texas, and is a consultant for a variety of new venture companies. Grab James' book here:⬇️ https://www.amazon.com/Cold-War-Navy-SEAL-Communist/dp/151073418X/ref=nodl_?dplnkId=d4d57d07-691b-46e0-98a7-9729a607a9e4 To help support the show and for all bonus content including: -Access to ALL bonus segments with our guests -Ad Free audio feed -Ad free video Subscribe to our Patreon! ⬇️ https://www.patreon.com/TheTeamHouse Team House merch: https://teespring.com/stores/my-store-10474963 Social Media: The Team House Instagram: https://instagram.com/the.team.house?utm_medium=copy_link The Team House Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheTeamHousePod Jack's Instagram: https://instagram.com/jackmcmurph?utm_medium=copy_link Jack's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jackmurphyrgr?s=21 Dave's Twitter: https://twitter.com/dave_parke?s=21 Team House Discord: https://discord.gg/wHFHYM6 SubReddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheTeamHouse/ Jack Murphy's memoir "Murphy's Law" can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Murphys-Law-Journey-Investigative-Journalist/dp/1501191241 The Team Room Reading Room (Amazon Affiliate links): https://jackmurphywrites.com/the-team-room-reading-room/ Intro music by https://www.youtube.com/user/RemixSample Want to sponsor the show? Email:
A thorough breakdown of the step-by-step process of approaching and dealing with a real medical emergency by Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Cody Wright, and Wilderness First Responder, Vince. In this episode you'll learn the full EMT patient assessment, from the scene size-up to the primary assessment and all the way to the patient treatment. Rescue Swimmer Mindset Episode 82 Watch the Full Episode on YouTube HERE Training for Rescue Swimmer School, BUDS, Air Force PJ or any Elite Athletic Training? ALL Courses LIFEGUARD Course Perfect Form Master Class Win the Day Training Program Hold your Breath like a Helicopter Rescue Swimmer Subscribe to: RSM and Wildertainment on YouTube. Instagram: @RescueSwimmerMindset @Wildertainment Tiktok: @rescueswimmermindset @wildertainment The Rescue Swimmer Mindset is hosted by one current and one veteran Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Cody & Vince. This show is best suited for those with a physically driven mindset such as Athletes, Helicopter Rescue Swimmers, Olympians, Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, Marine Recons, Army Rangers, Green Berets, Infantry, Navy Seals, Special Forces, individuals preparing for Bootcamp or simply those trying to get into physical shape. This podcast is not associated with the Coast Guard nor the military in any way and does not represent the views nor positions of those organizations. -The RSM Team Be Better.
Happy jazzketball! The Buds discuss all the Sixers being injured for Ben Simmons's return to Philly, the Jazz being very good and whether Will Hardy belongs in the 5 Coaches That Matter category already, the Wizards being good, and then a whole lot of Kyrie Irving stuff. Are NBA players facing a media literacy crisis? SPOILER ALERT: AMERICA is facing a media literacy crisis! Come to the Elysian Theater in Los Angeles on 12/9 for Air Buds Live! Follow @airbudspod on Twitter and Instagram! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this podcast we had the pleasure to speak with Navy Seal Commander, Rorke Denver. Rorke is a neighbor of mine in Colorado and we have gotten to know each other over the past few years. We both love dipping in cold creeks and have done so down the canyon in Cleark Creek. Rorke is a dynamo! An NCAA national champion lacrosse player at Syracuse, and defensive All American. We talk about getting into lacrosse by accident, choosing Syracuse, and nature vs. nurture. We then delve into the Navy Seals selection process and how to make it through. His famous team mates David Goggins and Jocko Willink are discussed as well as playing a Navy Seal in a Hollywood movie. Rorke knows how to tell a good story and has some great insight on playing sports at a high level, and being a part of an elite US special forces unit. What You Will Learn: [2:10] Why Rorke chose Syracuse University. [4:51] Natural athleticism and how he got so good at sports. [7:30] Nature vs. Nurture [9:27] Joining the Navy [11:53] Process for joining the Navy Seals [13:50] OCS - becoming and officer then a Navy Seal[15:07] Weeding out candidates during BUDS [18:21] Can anyone make it in the SEALS program? [23:00] Trauma – Is it necessary? [26:06] What kind of job instills GRIT? [32:31] Serving w/ David Goggins [34:42] Serving w/ Jocko Willink [36:04] What makes the US special forces the best in the world? [38:31] Energy in warzones [41:09] Challenge of combat [48:09] Being in a movie. [51:30] Dipping in the ice. [54:24] Favorite MRE meal [54:37] Worst MRE meal. [55:43] Best concert [56:03] Hobbies [56:17] Favorite Movie Connect w/ Rorke https://twitter.com/rorkedenver?lang=en
I'm overjoyed that urban flower farming is becoming more popular. This week, we're talking with Mimo Davis and Miranda Duschack of Urban Buds City Grown Flowers in St. Louis about how they started on this amazing historic land, creating multiple revenue streams and community impact. In this episdoe we chat about: - How their flower journeys began - The history of the land they grow on - Pre-pandemic Sales Channels - Pivoting through the pandemic - Farmers Market Pricing -ASCFG - The importance of using grants Learn more about Mimo and Miranda with all of our past guests by visiting TheFlowerPodcast.com Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. We are available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Gaana, and many more! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for access to all of our Zoom chats, tutorials, IG Lives, and video extras. Sponsors of The Flower Podcast Curate Accent Decor The Gardeners Workshop Real Flower Business Society of American Florists Rooted Farmers ASCFG Intrigued Experience Conference
Tonight's guest on the Late Night History podcast is John Wolfram. John is a former US Navy frogman with two combat tours to Vietnam. In between his tours, John was selected to participate in the famous mission to recover the Apollo 11 astronauts from the ocean after they had just completed the world's first Moon landing. John shares the stories in great detail. However, we also talk about other frogman-specific history, including a famous instructor named Vince Olivera. John attended UDTRA — the predecessor name to BUD/S or SEAL training — class 44 and has fond memories of going through training. He remembers Olivera as a tobacco-chewing, cigar-smoking, mean-mugged frogman who had “God” written across his T-shirt. Hear what John had to say about him. Some other highlights include SERE school, wearing blue jeans in ‘Nam, and animals John kept as pets on his combat tours. Of course, to keep with tradition, we discuss the fascinating beer and food John had during the war. Towards the end of the episode, John shares his impactful missionary work returning to Vietnam years after the war ended. This is an episode that you do not want to miss! For those interested, I recommend grabbing John's memoir — Splashdown: The Rescue of a Navy Frogman Also checkout John's YouTube for some cool pictures from his life.
Honer is finally back and getting drunk with long time bud Matt Snyder!Topics discussed:GroomingPayback Boys, our old rap/pop groupPositive energy and the energy around usHidden tomb below the Notre Dame Cathedral revealed from the 13th centuryDo you think there are Demons that actually roam the Earth?Is time Man-Made? How do we know that today is actually today?How could you sleep on a planet with 50 hour days?Which Time period would we travel to if we could?Could time travel be a thing?Would you cryogenically freeze yourself to see the future?Honer freestyles about washing your assAgnostic viewsCan negative thoughts create negative things to happen to you?Karma/Luck diveNikolai Tesla captured souls to create electricityWhy do people say kids with cancer are a part of God's plan?The God cardManifesting things into realityGodless society?Sex has become normalized in societyThanks to our sponsors: Hop Station Craft Bar, and Indiana Whiskey Co!
Ryan "Birdman" Parrott is a US Navy SEAL and joins us on the podcast to give us an inside look at the BUD/S training process, his life prior to joining up, his philanthropy work with Veterans and so much more. Enjoy the Climb!Links:Sons of the FlagAmerican ExtremeBirds Eye View ProjectRyan Birdman Parrott on InstagramSons of the Flag book by Ryan ParrotTopics:(2:13) - Ryan's background and upbringing(10:26) - What resistance did you face from family and friends during this time?(12:08) - What fire was lit inside you in the aftermath of 9/11?(16:40) - Ryan's experience at BUD/S931:37) - What are your thoughts on the nature vs. nurture aspect of being able to become a SEAL?(35:03) - Hell Week(44:51) - Is there something you learned about yourself during that time?(45:44) - Appreciation for the folks who choose to serve(46:57) - The nature of being a SEAL & traumas of the military(58:08) - Why don't we do a good job of taking care of our veterans?(1:02:45) - What can listeners do to help?(1:06:45) - What's something that no one knows about you?(1:10:47) - What do you want people to know about you?
SQT - SEAL Qualification Training. In this look back at ECHO Chapter in Eddie's memoir UNAFRAID, Eddie and Keith review the differences between BUD/S and SEAL Training, the challenges that come with training for one of the hardest jobs in military history, and how being able to see every piece of the opeartion coming together helped Eddie to level up in ways he'd never imagined. Get your copy of Eddie's memoir UNAFRAID on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or www.eddiepenney.com.For scenarios, preparedness training, and risk mitigation services, visit www.contingentgroup.com or follow Contingent Group on Facebook and Instagram at www.facebook.com/contingentgroup.10% of all sales of Eddie's new memoir UNAFRAID goes to supporting retired SEAL's and their families at the SEAL Future Foundation. Find out more and Get Involved with the SEAL Future Foundation at www.sealff.org.Find out more about Unafraid at www.eddiepenney.com.
iLLSPOT is a segment where we spotlight businesses and events. 2k Buds is a catering service based in Chicago. Founder/CEO Mike visited our station with some chicken and fries for us to review. Follow 2K Buds Instagram: @2K_Buds ----Connect With Us On Social Media ----- Instagram: www.instagram.com/illanoizeradio Twitter: twitter.com/illanoizeradio Facebook: www.facebook.com/illanoizeradio
Hey film buds, Paul and Henry had the chance to catch up recently. With so much going on it can sometime be good to catch-up, chat films candidly, and have a little fun. Plus it is always an honor and a pleasure to have Henry on the show. Enjoy y'all, The Buds
Travis Frank joins Tyler Webster from the Birds, Booze & Buds podcast at his home on the prairie in North Dakota. Travis and Tyler relive their best and worst hunting stories from this year, discuss hunting behind a variety of dog breeds and what to do when the wheels fall off in the field, recap their week hunting together, under-reported North Dakota bird numbers, and so much more…Next live show is Wednesday, November 30, 7 pm at Bear Cave Brewing in Hopkins!Presented by North Dakota Tourism (https://www.legendarynd.com/,) Federal Premium Ammunition (https://www.federalpremium.com/,) Aluma (https://www.alumaklm.com,) Walton's (https://www.waltonsinc.com/,) OnX Maps (https://www.onxmaps.com/,) Nutri Souce (https://nutrisourcepetfoods.com/,) & Bear Cave Brewing (https://bearcavebrewing.com)
Travis Frank joins Tyler Webster from the Birds, Booze & Buds podcast at his home on the prairie in North Dakota. Travis and Tyler relive their best and worst hunting stories from this year, discuss hunting behind a variety of dog breeds and what to do when the wheels fall off in the field, recap their week hunting together, under-reported North Dakota bird numbers, and so much more…Next live show will be Wednesday, November 30, 7 pm at Bear Cave Brewing in Hopkins!Presented by North Dakota Tourism (https://www.legendarynd.com/,) Federal Premium Ammunition (https://www.federalpremium.com/,) Aluma (https://www.alumaklm.com,) Walton's (https://www.waltonsinc.com/,) OnX Maps (https://www.onxmaps.com/,) Nutri Souce (https://nutrisourcepetfoods.com/,) & Bear Cave Brewing (https://bearcavebrewing.com)
In this interview, Barton and Bryce sit down to discuss the sport of rugby, his mindset around leadership in a team sport like rugby, and how athletes need to train their weak points to develop a more well-rounded ability level in any sport. Highlights from the interview are:Describing when his Austin team when through a day of Navy Seal's BUDS training.How to lead in team sports with humility not ego. His mindset around being a part of a team.Why he's called Bobby-Dice! Click here to sign up for the Mindset Forge Newsletter -> https://www.podpage.com/the-mindset-forge-podcast/Bryce Campbell (born September 21, 1994) is an American rugby union player who currently plays for the Austin Gilgronis of Major League Rugby (MLR). He also plays for the USA Rugby Team. Campbell spent a season with the Glendale Raptors of Major League Rugby in 2018, reaching the MLR Championship game against the Seattle Seawolves. Campbell signed for London Irish for the 2018–19 season. He was released ahead of the 2020–21 season. He signed with MLR's Austin Gilgronis for the 2021 season and became the team's captain, the 4th in franchise history.Campbell first rose to national prominence when one of his runs playing for the USA Selects against Canada A appeared on ESPN's highlights.Campbell debuted for the United States national team in November 2016, and played for the U.S. the following week against Romania in November 2016.For more info about USA Rugby; https://usa.rugby/To follow Bryce Campbell on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobbydice12/---------Want to support the Mindset Forge Podcast by tipping three bucks a month?Tip the Mindset Forge podcast: https://themindsetforge.supercast.comFind Barton on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bartonguybryan/
The negative effects of alcohol creates a very long list that common sense tells us to avoid. Yet, we are pressured to drink with the overlying message that it is the quintessential reward for hard work. But if we're sick and tired of being sick and tired, what are we going to do about it? Put down the bottle and turn up the volume! Subject discussed in the first segment: California Sober Subject discussed in the second segment: Cancel Drinking Culture GREG THE GUINEA PIG: Fitz Couhig is the Owner of Pioneer Nuggets Cannabis Brand. PRODUCTS FEATURED: Cookies—Apples and Bananas Vape Cartridge Cookies—Londonchello Vape Cart SPONSORS: HELLAVATED FAIRWINDS AVITAS STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: Two To Tango
Happy gradesketball! The Buds go through all 30 teams and give them a grade for their week 1 performances, plus a bunch of other topics such as: Daryl Morey being a jerk; the upcoming Oppression Olympics (stay tuned to our patreon); our high school GPAs; and so much more! Follow @airbudspod on Twitter and Instagram! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join Drew, Mike, and Randy as they discuss the recent Apple site refresh, Mike's lame Pixel Buds, and Randy's categorization of iPads!Drew:https://twitter.com/TailosiveTechMike:https://twitter.com/GamerikeRandy:https://twitter.com/RandyVazquezPublished: 10-22-2022, Recorded: 10-21-2022© Tailosive Podcasts 2022 | All Rights Reserved
PATREON PREVIEW! The Buds discuss the start of the 2022-23 NBA season! Go to patreon.com/airbudspod to sign up and hear the full episode. $5 a month gets you bonus episodes, bonus shows, access to our Discord, occasional giveaways, and friendship! Follow @airbudspod on Twitter and Instagram! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The gals kick off the episode with their, “Rose, Thorns, and Buds” for the week. With Halloween quickly approaching, Laken wants to know if themed family costumes is annoying to do and when do you stop going with your kid trick or treating. She also brings up that houses should be handing out adult drinks for the parents suffering out in the cold.
Happy basketball is BACK! The Buds get together to talk about the season starting tomorrow, Peter's absurd (but maybe good?) parlay bet for the season, Benner is excited that the Sixers are normal for the first time in decades, and more! Don't forget to check our socials tomorrow for a little season preview surprise! Follow @airbudspod on Twitter and Instagram! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
References https://github.com/cisotradecraft/Podcast https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/84-gaining-trust-with-robin-dreeke/ https://www.youtube.com/shorts/vSART2mutwc https://www.peopleformula.com/selfmastery https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-roses-buds-thorns/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-how-to-compare-software/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-shall-we-play-a-game/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-aligning-security-initiatives-with-business-objectives/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-promotion-through-politics/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-presentation-skills/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-avoiding-death-by-powerpoint/ https://cisotradecraft.podbean.com/e/ciso-tradecraft-partnership-is-key/ Hello, and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft -- the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cybersecurity leader. My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today's episode is something special for us and we hope for you as well. It's hard to believe it but CISO Tradecraft has been producing episodes for about two years now. This is our 100th episode! We've covered quite a bit of ground over that time, and we thought we would do a little reflection on our previous episodes and highlight seven differentiators that set World Class CISOs apart from others. So, stick around and learn these seven tips that will enable you to enhance your CISO Tradecraft and help you have a more successful career. The first tip we want you to understand is that you must always help others to understand your viewpoints through Connection. Now there is one thing to note: the way you connect depends on the size of the audience. We observe that there's usually three different audience sizes that you will connect with: Individuals or 1:1, Small Teams (between 2 and 20), and Large Groups (more than 20).With Individuals it's all about building the one-on-one connection. An example of folks who excel at building connections are spies. Spies have a mission to build connections with others and recruit them to share important information. Now if you go back to Episode #84, we brought Robin Dreeke on the show to talk about Building Relationships of Trust. Robin was a long time FBI agent who excelled in recruiting and turning Russian spies. In the episode, Robin talked about the key to building relationships of trust. He mentioned four key recommendations:Seek the thoughts and opinions of others; Talk in terms of priorities, pain points, and challenges of others; Use nonjudgmental validation (i.e., seek to understand others without judging); and Empower others with choices and give them the cause and effect of each choice. There's a lot more detail in that episode, so be sure to check it out if you haven't yet listened to it. We would like to add one more key point to these thoughts from Robin. It's about seeking the thoughts and opinions of others. You might be thinking to yourself, how do I connect with others, so they actually tell me their unfiltered opinions? Jim Lawler, a 25-year veteran CIA operations officer came on Robin's Dreeke's Forging Trust podcast and provided a very interesting quote, “You don't recruit people when you are in transmit mode. You recruit people by listening.” Therefore, find ways to listen with great questions. Imagine if you asked these three powerful questions from Andy Ellis: What is the stupidest risk that we are not taking care of that no one has dealt with? What is the dumbest security control that gets in your way? What is something that you wish we did better in security? Now after you ask those three questions, take Jim's advice, and just listen. We mean to actively listen to every word coming off of the other person's lips. Don't just listen for the purpose of responding right away and providing your opinion and guidance. Remember, good listeners are very hard to come by. It's uncommon to find people who really take an interest in others. So, listen with the purpose of understanding what the other person wants, not what you intend to say back. When you care enough to truly listen, people feel heard, which generates a connection. Small Teams - In addition to listening with others you will often need to connect with small teams. This might be your executive leadership team. It might be your boss and your peers. To build connections with small groups you must enable Conversations of Candor. If you haven't heard of the word candor it means the quality of being open and honest in expression or frankness. Here's two examples of doing that:On Episode #27, we talked about how the Boy Scouts use the concept of Roses, Buds, and Thorns. For those who were scouting leaders, after each campout you would talk about what's going well (i.e., roses), what new ideas are working (i.e., buds) and what are the things you want to stop (i.e., thorns). By consistently asking these questions in each of your staff meetings, you enable everyone the opportunity to speak their mind. They have a venue to speak up. Now if you really want to connect with small groups and build trust, then please act on their guidance. If someone says a particular person isn't responding, reach out to that other individual and say, "I would appreciate if you could assist so-and-so with this problem." You're using the power of your leadership position to influence this other person. When you step in for your team and work to help them, they will consider you as a good leader who helps his or her people. [Navy story] By doing this, you enable trust and strengthen connections. Another example of creating conversations of candor is problem framing. Note you can learn about all the steps in problem framing from Episode #14, How to Compare Software. Now in today's discussion we're not talking about software but about people, but in that episode, we talked about the importance of applying problem framing to understand limitations and politics. The first two steps of the seven in that methodology were defining the problem and stating the intended objective. To best solve problems in an organization, it's important everyone agrees that something is a real problem worth focusing on. If each person has a different problem in mind, then there really isn't going to be any meaningful agreement. Start by getting consensus -- we all agree this is the exact problem we are solving today. Once the room agrees on a problem, you need everyone to agree on an intended objective. You can think of these as SMART goals. You know the acronym: specific, measurable, achievable, relevant (or realistic), and time bound. For example, let's say that today our organization is unable to retain quality talent. We see many of our best and brightest going to other companies for more money. So, your organization creates an intended objective. For next year, we will seek to retain 80% of our employee population throughout the year that are not retiring. This metric will enable our company to measure ourselves each month to see if we are successful and will allow everyone to connect by working together on the same issue. Naturally, there needs to be resources allocated to achieve this goal; but if you have this stated objective in place, you're much more likely to set up your organization for success. Large Groups- The last audience size is large groups. In large groups you don't have the opportunity to connect with everyone and have detailed conversations. Additionally, with over twenty folks it becomes very difficult to have a conversation with everyone being able to provide their opinions and feedback. So, for this audience, we recommend using gamification techniques to build connections. Most executives are competitive. We have all been involved in friendly competitions growing up as well as many of us have played some type of organized sport. So, if we can create a game that increases active participation, provides immediate feedback, includes dynamic interaction, has competition or novelty, and improves a company's ability to achieve a goal, then you are on to something truly special. If you would like to learn more about gamification concepts and the four player types that you need to support, please check out Episode #65 which is entitled, "Shall We Play a Game?" The second differentiator of the seven used by World-Class CISOs involves understanding how to build an effective metrics program that drives ownership and accountability. If there isn't someone accountable, then chances are the project is going to fail. So, we need to have an accountable party and a good metric to show progress. Remember, that which gets measured gets done; that which gets done well gets funded again. To create good metrics, we want to you use the 4 Lines Approach. Every metric needs a start line, a trend line, a goal line, and a timeline.A metric needs to have a Start Line to show the current status of where the organization is right now. This allows the accountable parties to have a scoreboard. You can think of playing a pick-up game of basketball. If you are just playing for fun, people might not play their best. However, if you put up a scoreboard, suddenly it becomes competitive, and players put forth a little more effort. This helpful competition increases individual as well as team productivity. A metric should have a Trend Line to show how things have gone over the past four months. Are things getting better, getting worse, or staying the same? This tells management when something is going wrong, because negative trends indicate we need to change our course of action. For example, if we see that the number of high and critical vulnerabilities on our SOX applications continues to increase, then we need to identify the root cause. Are there enough resources on those teams, is something wrong from an architecture perspective, are our vendors not giving us the support we need, and so on? If you are not watching the trend line, you will miss identifying when things are forecasted to go bad and end up taking corrective action much later than you could have. Metrics need a Finish Line- This is a goal that the organization is targeting. It has a clearly defined definition of done. For example, let's say we really care about ransomware and being able to restore critical applications from offline backups. We need to be specific on our restoration capabilities. If a server goes down do we have 4 hours, 8 hours, 24 hours, or more before it catastrophically impacts the business? This matters since the business is going to have to both recreate all of the data lost in that amount of time as well as account for loss of operational efficiencies when key IT systems are down. Compliance can have a big impact on this as well, so make sure you know your requirements. Metrics also need a Timeline- We need to set a time to which we hold people accountable for reaching the finish line. Goals or definition of "done" might go on forever, which isn't what you want. You want results and that comes from accountability. Therefore, ensure every task has a clear owner with a clear deadline. Note if you want to hear more about these four lines, please check out Episode #69 on aligning security initiatives with business objectives. The third differentiator of seven for World-Class CISOs is understanding the shift between being competent versus being effective. On Episode #62 entitled Promotion Through Politics, we talked about the four major phases in your career and the different skillsets you must display to get promoted. At first you are an individual contributor. In this role you get promoted by demonstrating technical skills. This phase usually lasts several years, and if you are proficient in your area of expertise, you'll get promoted to first line manager. [If we use the Navy as an example, if you're a skilled pilot you'll compete well for promotion to Lieutenant Commander, or Major in the non-sea services.] Here you must demonstrate your management skills -- executing to budget, managing paperwork effectively, meeting deadlines. If you learn and do all this well, you get to become a manager of managers and are welcomed into middle management. [Back to the Navy, if you do well as a department head, you'll be a strong candidate to promote to Commander (or Lieutenant Colonel) and select for Executive Officer or Commanding Officer.] This is where you must demonstrate leadership skills -- inspiring and strengthening your team, setting and achieving stretch goals, accomplishing your mission through innovation. [Today, less than half of those officers will be offered a promotion to Captain (or Colonel.)] If you've seen the Top Gun Maverick movie, you'll see that Tom Cruise's character as a Captain does all of these things -- he portrays a seasoned leader building a team, teaching teamwork skills, inspiring confidence, and leading by example rather than just playing a hotshot pilot competing against his peers as he did in the first movie (although he still is the best of the best in the cockpit, but I don't want to spoil any of the plot if you still want to see it.) This is where you get some of the most rewarding opportunities in your career -- leading men and women in accomplishing great tasks. Many careers top out here. Brigadier General Jeremy Horn writes in his article, The 10 Secret Rules of the Colonel, "Colonel is the last rank that you can make through personal effort. Everything from here on out is luck and timing." He's right. Invitations to the executive suite, known in the military as Flag Officer, requires excellence in your record, your reputation, and your relationships. If you want to read some more of my thoughts on that topic, look up my article on Running Up the Flagpole. Finally, if you are lucky and haven't burned too many bridges you get welcomed into the executive level. [In the Navy, that would be promotion to Rear Admiral (Brigadier General), a selection rate by the way that was less than 1% in my community. Think about that -- 99% of Navy captains retire as captain. Essentially, you can consider this as your terminal pay grade. That realization does one of three things -- there are a few that hit cruise control and are on what we call the ROAD program -- retired on active duty. The majority work well in their roles and serve honorably and effectively while looking for a good civilian job to transition out of the military. But for a handful of us, it became "no fear" -- leadership couldn't hold not getting your promotion over your head if you took a risk and lost, so you go for things that are considered impossible and make them happen. [pin on story] If you consider some of the names you might remember from the military -- Colonel John Boyd's OODA Loop -- observe, orient, decide, and act; Colonel David Hackworth, the most decorated officer from the Korean War and the Vietnam War with two Distinguished Service Crosses, ten Silver Stars, and eight Bronze Stars -- they retired as Colonels, not Generals]. In this final career phase at the very top, it's not about leadership, it's all about politics. Leaders show their political acumen to get recognized as being able to serve at this level. Those who do not understand this think they're just brown-nosing, but it really is a manner of virtue-signaling, IF done at the right point in one's career. Now as you are moving between levels in your career there's one subtle thing that we want to you understand about executives. It's this concept of being competent versus being effective. When you are in an individual contributor and first line manager roles, you must be competent. For example, a pentester who can't go hands-on to the keyboard to find vulnerabilities isn't providing much value. A firewall engineer who can't change the access control rules isn't helping. You must display competence. However, by the time you are a manager of managers you aren't touching a keyboard much anymore. So, your competence isn't as important. It's important you know what good looks like so you can provide your team guidance. However, your ability to troubleshoot a firewall is probably behind you. You need to make the shift to focus on effectiveness. Instead of improving only yourself, you need to improve the effectiveness of the people assigned to you. If you could make everyone 100% more productive, then that is like having twice as many people on your team. Here's another example. There was a company that hired a CISO who wasn't technical. He had never had traditional cyber security roles such as running a Security Operations Center, building a compliance organization to keep auditors happy, or implementing antivirus and firewalls. However, this CISO was really good at connecting with others and getting resources. After meeting with all the technical experts within the cyber organization, he learns they needed funding. So, he plays a round of golf with the CEO and gets the resources necessary to increase the team size to the appropriate levels. Later on, he gets asked technical questions by the CIO about why the application security tools have so many false positives. He responds that he will discuss this concern with his technical experts. Later on, he brings those experts into a meeting where they brief the CIO on why the AppSec tools have issues and the recommended way forward to fix them. This resolves the CIO's concerns. We mention this story because the CISO was not competent as an application security expert. However, he was extremely effective in his role. Of course, competent CISOs can do more, but the main point we want you to understand is at the executive level you need to spend your time learning how to get things done more effectively, and you do this by enabling (or coercing) others to accomplish the work, not by becoming increasingly competent as a technical contributor. The fourth differentiator of World-Class CISOs is they are amazing communicators. Who wants to listen to a boring presentation? The answer is no one. So don't be that type of speaker. Imagine you are a world class communicator that your CXO peers love hearing from. That type of speaker is going to get invited to talk again and again. When that happens, you get the opportunity to influence, to change behavior, to discuss high priority risks, and to be seen. This is all goodness. On Episode #61, we talk about presentation skills and how to give great presentations. We discuss a JP Phillips Ted Talk that explains if you want listeners to remember your talk, try adding a cliffhanger. If you want to build trust with a team, then tell something vulnerable about yourself. Finally, if you want people to be focused and relaxed, try being overly dramatic or funny. Also don't just try to communicate via email and PowerPoint. On Episode #75, Avoiding Death by PowerPoint, we talk about using escape rooms, tabletop exercises, and polls to create unique experiences that others will enjoy. Mix it up a little and you'll improve your ability to influence others. The fifth differentiator that sets up World-Class CISOs for success is they align security initiatives with business objectives. In Episode #69 we talk about profit generation, cost reduction, service enablement, and customer and market outreach as the four key objectives that build profitable growth for businesses. To best learn the business objectives and build relationships of trust with the C Suite, you need to learn how to partner. We give detailed explanations of this process in Episode #70, Partnership Is Key. One example is the marketing department. They often direct where the IT organization needs to build its next webpage or widget. However, marketing folks are often not technical. Now imagine if you are the CISO that really gets on well with them. So, you and they both partner together to identify a way to send marketing material via text and social media platforms such as TikTok, WeChat, and others. Marketing estimates this will create millions of dollars of new sales. So, the marketing team, the CIO, and the CISO brief the CEO and CFO to ask for an additional budget to perform this effort. The CEO and CFO hear the business case and listen to the CIO saying this can be built in a six-month time frame. The CEO and CFO also hear from the CISO that this can be done securely. After due consideration, they approve the funding request. Guess what? That's a big win for the company. Since you were involved early with marketing, you also have the greatest opportunity to design security correctly on the new solution, versus being asked to approve something the week before going live. So, find ways to connect through partnership and always focus on enabling business objectives. The sixth differentiator that sets CISOs up for success is they can create effective risk governance and management processes within an organization. The business must see that cyber is a business risk and not just an IT risk. For example, when system XYZ is unavailable, how does that affect each of the users of that IT system? What business processes fail? What are the potential impacts on revenue and customer service? This is why cyber risks need to be acknowledged by both the business owners who can identify the consequences of downtime and the IT maintainers who can actually remediate the findings. Now one important thing to remember is approval authorities. For example, who in the organization has purchasing authority for two million dollars of software? Can any manager do this, or does it need to receive approval from a director, vice president, or senior vice-president? A quick conversation with the CFO can confirm spending levels. Once you know the spending authorities, then you can make a comparison that accepting two million dollars in cyber risk is the same as approving two million dollars in additional spending. If a third-party risk assessment identifies two million dollars in new software risk, then the business must acknowledge the risk by either moving forward, rejecting the software, or finding a way to remediate the vulnerability before using the software. Remember, the purpose of cyber isn't to say "no." The purpose of cyber is to be in the business of revenue protection. Cyber protects revenue when the business owners can make business decisions in their best interest. Most business executives will not understand the likelihood of a system being compromised, but that's where cyber can show real value. Cyber can communicate the vulnerabilities within systems to the business in risk committees and governance boards. This allows cyber and the business to document the risk decisions being made. When you document discussions and decisions based on risks and money, then you are acting like an executive. This is the way to success. The last world class differentiator for CISOs is they are successful in their jobs. Want to know how to set up for success in any job? If so, then please follow this piece of advice. You must accomplish three things:First you need to get the job done. If others refer to you as a "closer" for finishing the job, then you build trust. When leadership knows they can trust you with little things, you get bigger responsibilities. Mission accomplishment is the coin of the realm. The second thing to being successful in any job is you must cover all the angles. Never let an overlooked detail derail you. Good executives run efficient programs and projects that finish on time and within budget. When things don't go as forecasted there should not be big surprises to anyone since you keep a close watch of the details. If you keep track of the details and think things through, then you can be successful. You can succeed in this area by creating a culture of no-fear, specifically of not shooting messengers. Are your people confident they can come to you early with potential issues for situational awareness, consideration, or possible resolution? Can even your most junior person speak up and point out what might be a problem? If it isn't, don't cut them down, but patiently point out that that issue is already covered, but thank you for keeping your eyes open, and if you see other potential problems, continue to speak up. You make better decisions when you don't have people afraid to bring you bad news. I think we can all imagine a global leader today that none of us would want to approach saying things aren't going well and according to plan. Don't be that kind of boss. The final and most important thing to succeed in any job is to keep the customer happy. Remember, if the customer isn't happy, then it doesn't matter what you have done. The key thing to remember is determining who is the customer with every project. Sometimes it's your boss, sometimes it's the business, sometimes it's actually an external corporate customer. If you know who that is and you keep them happy, then you usually have a high probability that you will stay gainfully employed. Well, we hope you have enjoyed listening to the seven ways world class CISOs set themselves up for success. Let's recap: They focus on building connections; They leverage effective metrics programs that drive ownership and accountability; They know effectiveness is more valuable than being competent at the executive level; They are great communicators; They align security initiatives with business objectives; They create effective risk governance and management processes; and finally, They practice the three tips to be successful in any job. If you want to learn more great tips on being an effective CISO, please take a look at our GitHub Page which lists each of our podcast episodes under ten high-level topics. Also note there's a link to each of the episodes we mentioned in our show notes. And finally, if you learned something that you like, please help us celebrate one hundred episodes of CISO Tradecraft by leaving us a 5-star review on your favorite podcast platform -- those ratings really help us reach other security leaders. The more CISOs we can help, the more businesses we can protect. This is your host, G. Mark Hardy. Thanks again for listening and stay safe out there.
Eastern Conference Preview with the Basketball Buds. Hosted by Zach Harper with Jay King, Mo Dakhil, Tray Edwards and James Edwards III. Rundown: Orlando Magic Intrigue tank / Pacers tank Playin Tournament Hornets? Bradley Beal's Wizards woe Fun Pistons, serious team? The gross 10th seed Knicks We know these teams to be good: Raps, Bulls, Cavs & Hawks Is everyone is down on the Bulls? Evan Mobley Monster Season Brooklyn Nets Summer Hangover? Kyrie contract year Nets, contender?... or just a good team? Celtics, what the hell? Jay explains. The Ime Udoka thing is a big deal Zach's Heat and win culture but missing PJ 76ers' chemistry and combos Do they make Conference Finals? Budenholzer's Bucks. All on Giannis, Jrue and Middleton? Or can he help? Giannis MVP MVP predictions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Title by David Mai Clint and Rodrigo are two 12 year old boys who live alone in the dirtiest swamp in existence. Amanda Anderson, a woman who has recently acquired legal ownership of the swamp, has plans to construct a city over the top of the filthy marsh. But after all is disinfected, will anyone think of the amoeba? Will anyone stop Ajax Spray and Wipe? Song List: "D.I.R.T.Y.", "Something Bigger than this Swamp", "A City in the Swamp", "My Friends were Killed by Ajax", "Beat Poetry for Clint", "The Mud is Here to Stay" Cast: Emmet Nichols, Alexia Brinsley, Ellis Dolan and David Youings on keys Teched and Edited by Morgan Phillips
Buds! We are back this week with the wonderful Keith from The Realm Games. We talk about his journey that led him to owning a game store, what it took to start running great large scale events, and how important this community is. Rate and Subscribe! Keith's links: https://twitter.com/TheRealmGames1 https://realmgames.myshopify.com/ Tommy's links: https://linktr.ee/freshbudspod
Retired Navy Command Master Chief Larry Wilkse joins The Republican Professor Podcast to talk about his 30 year Navy career, which took him from the Navy's wrestling team to OS A-School to Surface Warfare qualification on the way to BUDS to a host of commands and deployments after becoming Special Warfare Sea Air and Land (SEAL) qualified. He deployed 14 times, had a couple changes of ratings, including multiple combat deployments where he was awarded multiple Bronze Stars and many other Navy and Joint service citations. He ended his career with the rating of Command Master Chief, having been a Plank Owner and Command Master Chief of the then-new SEAL Team 7 (new at the time 20 years ago). Our discussion is wide-ranging, covering everything from combat to his view on teaching firearms to inner city youth and women to what he thinks about the so-called "assault weapon" ban for civilians to one of my favorites, the art and science of taking naps (Larry can time his naps exactly to the minute, ahead of time, and wake spontaneously) (lots of suffering in order to get to that point). He has also run for office, getting 43% of the vote in a +29 D district in California. Dude. Larry is a fascinating individual and an absolute delight to shoot the bull with. He's a man's man with a heart of gold. He clearly wants to leave the world a better place than how he found it and is willing to sacrifice to see that happen. Master Chief Wilkse (who would rather be called just "Larry") spent 30 years in the United States Naval Service, rising to the top of the enlisted ranks as well as to the apex of the operational capacities of the naval service, but Larry is still serving America. Now he does so in a private capacity as president of Vanguard Training and Consulting, a firearms training group that brings quality small arms and situational awareness training to civilians, especially women, with appropriate sensitivity and effectiveness. Check out https://femalefirearmsinstructor.com/about/ for more information. Happy birthday, United States Navy. The Republican Professor is a pro-Navy, pro-serving-America, pro-getting-the-bad-guys, pro-let-me-tell-you-what-I-really-think-about-the-"assault-weapon"-ban, pro-man's-man, pro-female-firearm-instructor, pro-let's-reach-the-inner-city-youth, pro-art-and-science-of-taking-naps podcast. Therefore, welcome Command Master Chief Larry Wilkse (SEAL, SW, AW), USN (ret.), 30 year combat veteran and now president of Vanguard Training and Consulting (bringing situational awareness and firearms instruction to women across the country) or in other words, welcome Larry. The Republican Professor is produced and by Dr. Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. Happy birthday, United States Navy. If you enjoyed this episode, share it with a friend. Consider subscribing.
The guys kick off Thanksgiving Monday just like everyone else... wondering how the Blue Jays possibly blew that 8-1 lead to Seattle. After that it's back to business, as they discuss Wayne Simmonds being made available for trade by the Toronto Maple Leafs after they placed him on waivers (7:11), and where he could possibly end up. They also talk about the Leafs' depth and if a 3rd line of Aube-Kubel, Kampf, and Aston-Reese can be competitive defensively (8:01). Later in the hour (26:45), the guys are joined by Sportsnet NHL analyst, Anthony Stewart, to get his thoughts on Simmonds' situation, and how he thinks the Buds fair heading into the 2022-23 campaign. Are they set up for postseason success? In the 2nd hour, the guys are joined by Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff to discuss the start of the new season, the NHL's investigation into Ian Cole, and how he thinks the Atlantic division will shape up (50:40). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Happy punchsketball! The Buds get together to discuss Draymond Green punching Jordan Poole at practice, how that might affect their contract talks, whether or not it was technically a "sucker punch," and more. Well, not more, it's like 90 percent about the punch. But it's a fun one! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at airbuds.bigcartel.com and teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
HOW TO BE AN OVERALL BADASS NAVY SEAL, ENTREPRENEUR & BESTSELLING AUTHOR BRANDON WEBB Brandon Webb is a combat-decorated Navy SEAL sniper turned entrepreneur. During his last tour as a U.S. Navy chief, he was head instructor at the SEAL sniper school, which produced some of America's most legendary snipers. Brandon is a multiple New York Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, and Harvard Business School alumni. After leaving home at 16 Brandon joined the US Navy to become a Navy SEAL. His first assignment was as a helicopter Search & Rescue swimmer with HS-6. In 1997 his SEAL training package was approved; he joined over 200 students in BUD/S class 215 and went on to graduate as one of 23 originals that made the cut. He served with SEAL Team 3, Naval Special Warfare Group One Training Detachment sniper cell, and the Naval Special Warfare Center west coast sniper course manager. Over his navy career he completed four deployments to the Middle East and one to Afghanistan. He deployed to Iraq in 2006–7 as a contractor in support of the US intelligence community. An accomplished and proven leader, he was meritoriously promoted to the rank of E6 when ranked #1 at the training command sniper cell. Shortly after he was promoted to Chief Petty Officer while serving as the sniper course manager. Brandon has received numerous distinguished service awards, including Top Frog at Team 3 for best combat diver, the Presidential Unit Citation, and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal with “V” device for valor in combat. He ended his navy career early to spend more time with his family and to focus on entrepreneurship and writing. As an Entrepreneur Brandon crashed and burned his first start up in 2009, then went on to and create two brands: SOFREP Media (SOFREP.com) and Crate Club. He bootstrapped these to eight-figure revenue and successfully exited the Crate Club in 2020. He continues to oversee SOFREP Media as its founder. SOFREP is a Military Culture, Defense & Foreign Policy News site read by millions monthly. Webb is multiple New York Times bestselling author of nonfiction. In 2020 Brandon and his long-time writing partner, and award winning author, John David Mann, released their first collaborative work of fiction, STEEL FEAR. This has now turned into the Finn series with Random House which includes Cold Fear, and Blind Fear (2023 release). Brandon studied at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School's 2-year Owner President program. He is a member of the Young Presidents Organization, and has served as an appointed member on the veterans advisory committee to the Small Business Administration (SBA). He enjoys spending time with his tight circle of amazing kids, family and friends.
On this second week of Weeztoberfest, the Buds are joined by Eli Mandel to discuss Weezer's 6th studio album 'Weezer' (also known as The Red Album) from 2008. We also learn all about Eli's experience writing the Weezer sketch from SNL and meeting the band. This ep is definitely for the die hard Weezer fans out there. Want to support the show and get bonus eps in our off-week? Pay what you can at our PatreonWant to reach out? Follow us on Twitter and Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgLike the show? Leave us a review on iTunes!Theme by Arne Parrott! Go follow him on Soundcloud and Twitter
Learn the "three simple things" that will help you lead yourself, your family, and your team from former Navy SEAL and BUD/S instructor Thom Shea. Thom is the author of multiple books on leadership and is the founder of Unbreakable Leadership, a leadership consultancy for top-tier CEOs and corporations. EXPLICIT EPISODE: If you have kids in the car, we hope you'll choose another.Connect with Sri on Instagram: @sri_the_warrior_poet + @sri_actually Intro and/or outro music in most episodes is by Paul Sridhar ( Spotify ). Disclaimer: Any audio clips are included with every intent and steps taken to abide by Fair Use and serve the purpose(s) of illustration, education, augmentation, or promotion of source content.
Hell Week. The defining event of BUD/S training. In this look back at DELTA Chapter in Eddie's memoir UNAFRAID, Eddie and Keith dig into Eddie's BUD/S experience, breaking down each week, how Eddie got through them, and what every aspiring SEAL can look forward to in what might be the most challenging training in military history. Get your copy of Eddie's memoir UNAFRAID on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or www.eddiepenney.com.For scenarios, preparedness training, and risk mitigation services, visit www.contingentgroup.com or follow Contingent Group on Facebook and Instagram at www.facebook.com/contingentgroup.10% of all sales of Eddie's new memoir UNAFRAID goes to supporting retired SEAL's and their families at the SEAL Future Foundation. Find out more and Get Involved with the SEAL Future Foundation at www.sealff.org.Find out more about Unafraid at www.eddiepenney.com.
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Happy (pre-season) basketball! The Buds discuss the Suns losing to an Australian team, whether the team is worth $4 billion, Peter walks Jamel and Benner through an insane parlay bet, the worthless news report that the Lakers *almost* traded Russell Westbrook to the Pacers, Tyler Herro getting a $130 million extension, and more! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at airbuds.bigcartel.com and teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
First Name: Kelli Bragdon Age:43 State:North Carolina Began THM:2016 but got serious February 2021 Progress: -27# -21.5” Fave NSV:sharing clothes with my daughters!! Fave THM recipe: choconut secret big boy, Trim Zuppa Toscana Your connection with Coach Amy: Facebook then Buds and now Blooms
This week we visit Rancho Verde Farms close to harvest and talk with my old friend Peter G. Out on the California coastal plains, Peter G has a medical grow at Rancho Verde Farm, where the it gets sun all day from sunrise to sunset. We take a stroll with Peter through the garden and learn some of his clever growing techniques. Peter has been a friend of mine for 44 years. We were in an avant-garde band called The Dadas in the late ‘70's and in recent years he has been a mentor to me, helping me with my grow and sharing his knowledge, expertise and techniques of growing high quality, healthy cannabis. Peter is a drummer and after the garden visit, we composed a small duet for drums and melodica, of which several clips are interspersed in this episode. This is a fun episode to watch if just to watch us circle the garden and uncover gems of knowledge while checking out Peter's grow. Not to mention the musical repartee between us. Just two (too) high OG's in the garden and jamming! Check it out!Also included at the end of the episode is the only known clip of The Dadas performing Pete the Pet ShampooerSupport the show
Happy mediasketball! The Buds talk about highlights from various NBA teams' media days! It's a fun one! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at airbuds.bigcartel.com and teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 30! Meet Chase Tolleson. Chase shares a transparent story of life's challenges and how he pivoted around those challenges. After growing up outside of Chicago, Chase joined the Navy with a dream of going to BUD/S to become a SEAL. A roadblock prevented that from happening, and Chase began planning for life after the Navy, opening a CrossFit gym and becoming a personal fitness coach once his four year commitment to the Navy concluded. When the pandemic put a kink in his gym business, and with Chase embracing a balanced fitness and mindset approach, he launched his online coaching platform and his podcast called The Primal Man Pathway, a show for men who want to fan their inner flame and tune body and mind to create the life of their dreams. Tune in and enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Eric Sardina Executive Life CoachingFeeling stuck, empty or out-of-sync at work, at home, or in your relationships? As a business and life coach, I help individuals work through these feelings towards authentic lives of meaning and purpose. I also work with organizations to help them optimize their teams and individual contributors.Interested in working with me or learning more? Connect with me below: Website: https://www.ericsardina.com - book a free call here to discuss and learn more. OR - Schedule a Free, 30-minute call on my calendar to discuss if a coaching relationship with me is a fit for you: https://calendly.com/ericsardina/8-session-authentically-you-discovery-call-website-link Instagram: @Eric_sardina26.2 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericsardina/ Connect with Chase here: Instagram: @coach_chase_tollesonWebsite: https://www.chasetolleson.comFacebook: Chase TollesonPodcast: The Primal Man PodcastPodcast: Get Enlifted
Our guest for Episode 48 is Ben Davis, a former Navy SEAL who uses his love for the outdoors, military and combat experience, and finishes at the Leadville and Shenandoah 100 mile mountain bike races in his current position as Executive Director at VOAG - or Veterans' Outdoor Advocacy Group - to advocate on behalf of veterans for the use of outdoor activities as accepted, funded and prescribed therapies to mend the mental and emotional scars affecting our veterans after a 21 year war on terror. It's a great conversation where we talk about the differences - and similarities - between BUDS training and Leadville as well as get details on a harrowing night spent at 14,000 feet on Long's Peak, unable to descend until morning. So sit back, or lace ‘em up, and if you're ready for the show, crank it up, and let's go. VOAG (Veterans' Outdoor Advocacy Group website: https://www.voag.org/ VOAG Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/voag_official/ Ben Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bldavis3/
The Buds bring a guest along for the ride! Jack and Jeff, and Kristin, discuss the ins and outs of parenting, phone calls, and the good times brought on by a Bryan Adams classic!! This, is Just Buds! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/just-buds-podcast/support
Our guest for this episode is former Navy SEAL Jamie Monroe, who still lives near Coronado and has remained involved in the SEAL community including mentoring aspiring candidates. Jamie was a SEAL from the mid 90s through the early 2000s, serving on SEAL Team 1 and eventually transitioning into the Reserve. After his military time he got an MBA from Pepperdine and started pursuing entrepreneurial projects which have included everything from running a hair salon to managing sporting events. Incredibly, he also recently won an Emmy for his work with NBC Sunday Night Football. We wanted to talk to him about the recent news that a BUD/S candidate died shortly following Hell Week. You can find plenty of coverage about this on several news outlets, but when we refer to "the article" we're talking about the New York Times piece in particular, although some of the other pieces published recently are even more guilty of omitting relevant details. We dive into the specifics in this conversation, but suffice it to say that steroids were involved (among other drugs). NYT Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/30/us/navy-seal-training-death.html
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EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/combatstory Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! I use NordVPN myself so you're in good company (and I know security). Today we hear a unique Combat Story from Ranger-qualified and former Engineer in combat Lisa Jaster who was the first female reservist to complete Ranger School…at the age of 37 with two kids! Lisa is still in the reserves and recently rotated out of Battalion Command where she led Combat Engineers as she did early in the post-9/11 era as a young active-duty lieutenant, including in 2002 in Afghanistan, 2003 in Iraq, and back to Iraq 15 years later. Her story is remarkable and highlights how much harder she worked to reach levels many others take for granted. She's a West Point grad and stood on the shoulders of the brave women who came before her in breaking the barrier of women at the Academy only to break a similar barrier herself. Beyond being a sought-after public speaker, accomplished entrepreneur, and part of retired DEVGRU Mike Sarraille's Talent War Group, Lisa is also a competitive Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter and CrossFit athlete and is getting ready to release her first book that describes her journey. This is a phenomenal and wide-ranging interview with an accomplished, tough-as-nails Ranger and I hope you enjoy her story of perseverance as much as I did. #army #military #veteran #rangers Find Lisa Online: - Instagram @lisaajaster https://www.instagram.com/lisaajaster/ Twitter @lisa_jaster https://twitter.com/lisa_jaster Book Page for “Delete the Adjective” and contact https://deletetheadjective.com/ Find Ryan Online: - Ryan's Linktree https://linktr.ee/combatstory - Merch https://www.bonfire.com/store/combatstory/ - Instagram @combatstory https://www.instagram.com/combatstory - Facebook @combatstoryofficial https://fb.me/combatstoryofficial - Send us messages at https://m.me/combatstoryofficial - Learn more about Ryan www.combatstory.com/aboutus - Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio Jungle Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 0:56 - Guest Introduction (Lisa Jaster) 2:29 - Interview begins 2:42 - A passion for Brazilian jujitsu 6:06 - Being an unconventional Military couple and making sure her son can fight 10:06 - Childhood as a naturally driven person and where the military comes in 14:55 - Funny story of Army interview 17:16 - Going to West Point and and choosing Engineer Branch after graduating 27:37 - What is Engineers and their role in Afghanistan 2002 33:24 - Where were you on 9/11? 41:06 - Story about combat patches 45:01 - How an engineer prepares for deployment 47:48 - Family and feelings before and during a dangerous deployment 53:47 - "There's no book for this" and funny story of trying to communicate with Pakistani man 55:27 - Building the airfield in Afghanistan and funny story about constructing the sewage pond 58:27 - From Afghanistan to Iraq and being an SME as a First Lieutenant 1:06:42 - Processing difficult experiences and how jujiostu helped 1:09:33 - Ranger school 1:21:17 - Advice for someone wanting to go to BUD/S or Ranger School 1:29:04 - Hell Week at Ranger School and being in the first ever class with women 1:43:57 -Mixed emotions on graduating Ranger School 1:47:48 - Full circle moment meeting author Carol Barkalow 1:51:36 - What's the first thing you ate coming out of Ranger School? 1:52:46 - What did you carry into combat? 1:55:08 - Would you do it again? 1:57:11 - Listener comments and shout outs This video covers the following subjects: - First Female Reservist Ranger School Graduate - Ranger School - Combat Leader - Combat Engineer Lisa Jaster Maj. Lisa Jaster, an Army Reserve soldier, performs a fireman's carry-on on a simulated casualty during the Ranger Course at Ft. Benning, GA. The 37-year-old engineer and mother of two children, aged 7 and 3, is the first female Army Reserve officer to graduate from Ranger School. When Maj. Lisa Jaster walks across Victory Pond Friday at Fort Benning, she will secure her role in history as the first female Army Reserve officer to earn the distinctive black-and-gold shoulder tab. However, the 37-year-old engineer and mother of two children, aged 7 and 3, is the third female to graduate from the grueling combat leadership course, joining the ranks of fellow West Point graduates and Active Duty officers Capt. Kristen Griest, 26, and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver, 25. If you would like to learn more about First Female Reservist Ranger School Graduate, Lisa Jaster I suggest you look into our various other video clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCyApoJr-mNmdMNwdk22xEQ _________________________ Have I responded to all of your questions about First Female Reservist Ranger School Graduate, Lisa Jaster? Possibly you wish to comment below and let me understand what I can help you with or information on First Female Reservist Ranger School Graduate, Lisa Jaster.
Stew Smith (https://www.stewsmithfitness.com) and Jeff Nichols (https://www.performancefirstus.com) discuss the new testosterone to epitestosterone ratio (T/E) used at BUDS to deter use of performance enhancing drugs. I hope it works in that reasoning but it also catches non-PED users in some situations. BOTTOM LINE - DO NOT USE THEM - you do not need them. But if your T/e ratios are naturally high - here are ways to reduce them (think of the worst training advice you can ever give someone)...(see below)Here is what a drug testing program should look like - https://ncaaorg.s3.amazonaws.com/ssi/substance/2021-22/2021-22SSI_DrugTestingProgram.pdfNeed to reduce your testosterone naturally? See https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/325186Sleep reduction = testosterone reduction - https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/1029127Check out other videos of combat swimmer stroke, workouts, and other spec ops related training. See http://www.stewsmithfitness.com for more information about military, law enforcement, special ops, fire fighting training programs.
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