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65 minutes | May 20, 2021
Aaron Flint - Talking it Out
Aaron Flint is the host of “Montana Talks” Montana’s leading call-in talk show, broadcasting over more than 20 signals across the state.Aaron has spent more than two decades working in Montana Politics. His work included a stint as State Director for then Congressman Ryan Zinke’s, and as communications director for now Governor Greg Gianforte.He has been featured on Fox News, The Drudge Report, Huffington Post, Politico and several others.Aaron has also served four tours of military service including; Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.In this conversation we will not talk much about his political leanings or opinions, but instead about his work and Military experience, and how both have shaped his life, his view of the world and the powerful lessons he has learned learned and applied.
67 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Terrill Bracken - Comfort Zones are Overrated
Terrill Bracken is a teacher…. His tools are pushing the hard things, extending growth through failure, overcoming… and never giving up.His life is that of a student, a practitioner, a teacher of martial arts, and a keeper of peace. Terrill lives by the mantra “Comfort Zones are Overrated”Today we are going to discuss his lessons and experiences of serving a native community as a law enforcement officer, his passion for growth and expansion through martial arts, his faith in God and journey of commitment.I find Terrill's tenacity and obsessive ability to stare his shortcomings directly in the eye, inspiring. He states in the interview "I've archived a level of success in spite of myself, because I just wont give up." This ability to try, reflect, correct and move on make this an interview worth listening to.You can check out his MMA events at Fusion Fight League. And stay tunes for his upcoming launch of Total Defense, a complete personal and home defense system brought about by his combined experience of martial arts and law enforcement.
71 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Anna Paige - Birthing Stories, Feeding People, Honoring Indigenous Peoples
In this episode we talk about Anna Paige's life in journalism, feeding communities thru Eat. Share. Give. and Project Love. We also touch on her extensive work with Apsáalooke people in the Yellowstone Valley. Anna takes us through the podcast like a journalist looking over field notes. Her uncanny ability to make space and time for her journey and her experiences, brings a deeper understanding to her story and the stories she tells.
65 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Erika Willis - Radical Self Responsibility
Erika Willis On The Porch. Erika has spent her life working to get the most value she can from the experiences she has created.At 10 years of age, at a family week in the very place she works today, she realized that anyone can choose to change, from that moment helping people “see their light” was her mission.A practitioner of Radical Self Responsibility, Erika believes that “failure is just another opportunity to learn”. A practice tested not once, but twice in attempts to be the first female firefighter in the state of Montana.The manta “Love the Hell out of Yourself”, has pulled her thru a teen pregnancy, a career of helping people and raising a family.She is currently the Director of Development and Business Growth at Rimrock Foundation a group dedicated to helping individuals and families break bonds of addiction.
83 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
George Blackard – A Constitutional Watchmen
George Blackard is a Naval veteran and outspoken advocate for veterans and veteran issues around Yellowstone County and Montana, through his work with the Andrew Pearson American Legion Post 117. He is also a strong Conservative Constitutionalist and Friday host of Montana Talks Veterans a popular local call-in show. In this episode we have a Free Form Conversation about Federal House Resolution 127, a poorly written resolution requiring heavy regulation, taxation and banning of most firearms in the United States. We also talk about the current state of everyday things like hiding behind modern social media and what it means to be a good neighbor during these trying times.This episode is the second Free Form Conversation this season on Front Porch Perspective. This is still very experimental for the podcast, and listener feedback is welcome. What I liked about this episode was the ability to exchange opinions and even disagree on some issue and still have a civil conversation.
60 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Shea Dawson - Staying Thirsty!
In this episode we talk about the beginnings of Thirsty Street Brewing and the growth of a brewer, a family, and a company that not only make really great beer, but an amazing culture.
63 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
Kristy Drake - Billings Trailnet - Active Trails, Active Life
In this episode Kristy and I talk about the exciting growth of the Billings trail system, the need for trails and her determination to make them a lasting part of the Billings Landscape.
55 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Trevan Sparboe - The Blind Bison
In this episode Trevan talks about his Blind Bison collaborative, fun events and some very interesting cocktails!
83 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Kevin Kooistra on History and Wisdom in This Place
In this episode we explore Kevin Kooistra's journey to Montana, the exploration of it's peoples and history and the stories that root him here now.
63 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Leif Welhaven - A Journey of Reinvention
In the episode Leif will discuss some of his reinventions and how you can reinvent your life.
62 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Randy Hafer - Changing the Planet...One Building at a time. Part 2
Part two of two - Randy talks about his home Urban Frontier House, and the lessons he believes will drive development, construction and habitats in the very near future.
58 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Randy Hafer - Changing the Planet...One Building at a time. Part 1
Part one of a two part episode - Randy talks about his early life as an aspiring architect and the road to High Plains Architects and sustainable environments.
111 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
FPP Free-Form with Seth Herschkorn - Meeting in the Magic Middle
In this episode Seth and I will engage in a free-form conversation, covering media, long form conversations, spiritual journeys, the future of free speech, and an aggressive middle.
61 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
Mike Yakawich - Family, Simple Service and Community
In this episode we will discuss with Mike his recipe for simple service, kindness and a better community.
60 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
Lyndsay Serpe - People, Pandemics and Positivity
In this episode, Lyndsay shares what Mastery, Faith and Purposeful Positivity brings to fitness and a meaningful life. Navigating a year of anxiety, showing people a better them, keeping community and making space.
51 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
The Fight to Stay Open - Joanie Swords - Harper & Madison
This episode discusses with Joanie the foundations of her restaurant and the struggles a pandemic world has brought to the viability of Harper & Madison.
57 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Karen Grosz - Paint, Inspire...Repeat
An in depth conversation with Karen Grosz, team builder, coach and entrepreneur. Karen's "Just Figure it Out" approach to life has led to a book, business and lifestyle of "What's Next?"Join us for a dive on how to get things done that follow your passion and build your comunity.
5 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
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