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The 24/48 Podcast
5 minutes | May 3, 2021
Wealth Accumulation Takes Determination
Anyone who couples disciplined behavior with persistent determination can accomplish their financial goals.
6 minutes | May 1, 2021
Discipline Is the Foundation
If you want financial freedom, you must practice financial discipline.
57 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
#65 - Kyle Robertson: Financial Independence Through Real Estate Investing
Kyle Robertson is a full-time firefighter with a passion for multi-family real estate investing. Hear his story of how he got into the fire service and how real estate investing has his family on the path to financial freedom.Links:Joe Capital Group on FacebookBiggerPockets Spotlight on Kyle RobertsonFour Square Method for Calculating Numbers on a Rental Property1031 Exchange Rules: What You Need to Know
5 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Play the Long Game to Build Wealth
"If saving is the key to wealth, then time is the hand that turns the key to unlock the door"— J.D. Roth
67 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
#64 - John Larocchia
John Larocchia is the founder and president of the Laughter Saves Lives Foundation. John has been performing standup comedy for 25 years and started his career as an NYC firefighter in 1987 at ladder 12. He later transferred to the elite Haz-Mat Company 1 in queens. On September 11th, John's firehouse suffered the devastating loss of 19 brothers, including John's best friend and radio co-host Tom Gardner. The laughter saves lives comedy tour become John's way of honoring the memories o those who so selflessly gave their lives that day. It is his way to "Never forget."Donate to Laughter Saves Lives FoundationJohn on YoutubeJohn on Facebook
4 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Every Firefighter Is a Business Owner
On today's show, I discuss the move to short-form "food for thought" and how every firefighter is a business owner.
101 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
#63 - Sara Jahnke, Ph.D.
Today on the show I am joined by Sara Jahnke, Ph.D. Dr. Jahnke is the director and a senior scientist with the Center for Fire, Rescue & EMS Health Research at the National Development & Research Institutes - USA. With over a decade of research experience on firefighter health, Dr. Jahnke has been the principal investigator on 10 national studies as well as dozens of studies as a co-investigator. Her work has focused on a range of health concerns, including the health of female firefighters, behavioral health, risk of injury, cancer, cardiovascular risk factors, and substance use, with funding from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant R&D Program, the National Institutes of Health and other foundations. Jahnke has more than 100 publications in the peer-reviewed medical literature. Awards include the 2019 Endowed Lecture at the annual conference of the American College of Epidemiology; the 2018 President’s Award for Excellence in Fire Service Research as well as the Excellence in Research, Safety, Health & Survival Award, both from the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC); and the 2016 John Granito Award for Excellence in Firefighter Research from the International Journal of Fire Service Leadership and Management. Connect with Jahnke on LinkedIn, Twitter or via email.
52 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
#62 - Gordon Graham: The 10 F's to Living Well
GORDON GRAHAM is a 33-year veteran of law enforcement and the co-founder of Lexipol, where he serves on the current board of directors. Graham is a risk management expert and a practicing attorney who has presented a commonsense risk management approach to hundreds of thousands of public safety professionals worldwide. He helped Chief Billy Goldfeder develop FireFighterCloseCalls.com, which is now recognized as “the source” for information about firefighter safety. This effort led to his assisting the International Association of Fire Chiefs with a similar effort–and the development of their FireFighterNearMiss.com safety site. In 2005 the IAFC awarded Gordon with the Presidential Award for Excellence for his lifelong work in improving firefighter safety and performance.Gordon was a ton of fun to chat with, and the guy is truly a major knowledge source for anyone in public safety. Whether you are the newest guy on the job or a 30-year man, Gordan can teach you something. I suggest you check out his Today's tips section on FireRescue1.I hope you guys enjoy and I look forward to getting back to putting out content regularly in the new year.
82 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
#61 - Lt. Jordan Weldon: Creating a Positive Firehouse. Getting Back to The Basics. And Doing the Little Things Right.
Today on the show I am joined by the one and only Lt. Jordan Weldon. I could go on and on about how great of a dude and a leader he is, but I'll just let the podcast do the talking. Young guys and old guys alike, listen up on this one. Jordan, as a fairly new lieutenant, is setting the standard for what a fire officer should be. Enjoy!
1 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
Show Update: The 24/48 Podcast is taking a vacation...
I am taking a break for the month of October to spend time with my wife and newborn son...talk to y'all in November! Stay safe and keep getting after it!
64 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
#60 - Hersch Wilson: Be Brave. Be Kind. Fight Fires.
Hersch Wilson is a thirty-year veteran volunteer Firefighter-EMT with the Hondo Fire Department in Santa Fe County, New Mexico. He is also a story-teller, committed to explaining how First Responding can change how we see and experience our own lives. In his “real job” he is a writer, speaker, and consultant. He has co-written three national business best sellers with Larry Wilson, including the award-winning, “Playing to Win!: Choosing Growth Over Fear in Work and in Life.”His latest project—Firefighter Zen: A Field Guide to Thriving in Tough Times—is based on thirty years as a volunteer firefighter and is helping individuals and organizations see the world as firefighters do and learn how to thrive through traumatic and stressful times.
22 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Caring For Your Family From The Grave. Why You Need Life Insurance. Makin' Ends Meet.
Death is not a worst-case scenario. Even in death, we can be responsible for our family's financial well-being. The worst-case scenario would be death plus the burden you place on your family by not having life insurance. Take responsibility for your finances...even in death...get term life insurance. How Much Life Insurance Do I Need?
92 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
Lead Yourself. Lead Your Station. Crew 1st Culture w/ Jeremy Sanders.
Captain Jeremy Sanders is an 18-year fire service veteran and is the host of the Crew 1st Culture Podcast. High performing crews and successful fire departments are built upon culture. Culture is not what you say; it's what you do. And Captain Jeremy Sanders is focused on the doing. Check out his show, find him on social media, and get engaged in creating a thriving culture within your fire station:Crew 1st Culture on FacebookCrew 1st Culture on Instagram
25 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Without A Goal, The Goal Will Not Be Achieved. Makin' Ends Meet.
Learn how to set strategic goals and create tactical objectives that get you on the path towards financial success.
71 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Compelling Stories and Good Data. Director of the FIRST Center. Dr. Jennifer Taylor.
Today on the show, I am joined by Dr. Jennifer Taylor.Dr. Taylor is the Arthur L. and Joanne B. Frank Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health and is the founding Director of the Center for Firefighter Injury Research & Safety Trends—The FIRST Center.The FIRST Center is a research, education, and practice enterprise at the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. It comprises data scientists, epidemiologists, organizational scientists, and psychologists that are supporting the fire and rescue service through objective data collection and analysis on safety culture, stress, mental health, and injury.Dr. Taylor also served as the consultant epidemiologist to the International Association of Fire Chiefs' (IAFC) National Near-Miss Reporting System from 2007-2011.If you want to learn more about what Dr. Taylor and the FIRST Center are doing, you can check them out here.
84 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
Influencing Fire Service Culture As An Academic. Ph.D. Candidate. David Huntsman.
Today on the show, I am joined by David Huntsman. David is a Ph.D. student in Fire and Emergency Management at Oklahoma State University. David focuses his studies on how to improve things like resilience, decision making, culture, and leadership within the fire service.While working on his Master's degree, he had the opportunity to work with the IAFC. He noticed that the literature and research on organizational excellence and culture within the fire service were way behind.Currently, he is studying the impact of stressors on firefighters and how we cope with them.Don't forget to leave a 5-star review so others like yourself can find the show and find value in it as well.The 24/48 Podcast is brought to you by Forward Focus Financial Planning. They are a firefighter-owned fee-only fiduciary financial planning firm. Check them out today and sign up for your Free Retirement Pre-Plan.
15 minutes | Aug 28, 2020
How Firefighters Can Size Up Their Financial Situation. Makin' Ends Meet.
What can you do to avoid money emergencies and get on the path to financial freedom? You can start with a financial size up. If you want to be successful with your money—whatever that means to you—you have to understand two points:Where you are todayWhere you want to goYour financial size-up will help you with the first point. So, let's start there.The 24/48 Podcast is brought to you by Forward Focus Financial Planning. They are a firefighter-owned fee-only fiduciary financial planning firm. Check them out today and sign up for your Free Retirement Pre-Plan.
38 minutes | Aug 25, 2020
Win The Battle. Former US Navy Officer and MLB Pitcher. Mitch Harris.
Today on the show, I am joined by Mitch Harris. Mitch is a former officer in the U.S. Navy, former MLB pitcher, and now he works as a financial advisor. After graduating from the United States Naval Academy, he served 5 years in the U.S. Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer. Following his naval career, he pursued his dream of becoming a professional baseball player. Eventually, he made it to the major leagues as a pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2015. His story is a testament to where dedication, perseverance, and hard work can lead you.Mitch is a passionate dude with a lot of good energy. He recently launched his podcast called, Win The Battle. So, be sure to check that out, and if you want to connect with Mitch, you can check out everything he has got going on at mitchharris.com. And if you enjoy the podcast, please leave a 5-star review so others like yourself can find the show and find value in it as well.
59 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Building Financial Strength. The Financial Cop. Nick Daugherty.
Nick Daugherty began his career with the Grand Prairie Police Department in 2003. In 2012 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He semi-retired in August of 2017 and continues to serve as a reserve officer for GPPD. Early in his career, Nick did a lot of irresponsible things with money. He started piling up debt, and before you know it, he was just flat out tired: tired of being debt and tired of being in the overtime cyle. Thankfully, Nick ran across a dude named Dave Ramsey and became an avid listener of his radio show. Before ya know it, his overtime checks weren't being used to pay the stupid tax. They were being used to pay off a boatload of debt. In 2012 he created a revolutionary financial wellness class for GPPD, "Building Financial Strength in First Responder Families" that has been taught to over 10,000 first responders nationally.Nick is also the president, and owner of Serve & Protect Financial Texas, a full-service financial firm for first responders, run by first responders. You can also learn more about Nick and his services at www.financialcop.comNick and I share many the same beliefs around money, debt, and building wealth. I had a great time talking to him, and I hope you dig it as well.And if you do, please leave a 5-star review so others like you can find the show and find value in it also.
66 minutes | Aug 11, 2020
Firefighter Functional Fitness. Chief Dan Kerrigan. Captain Jim Moss.
Today on the show, I am joined by Dan Kerrigan and Jim Moss. Together they wrote, Firefighter Functional Fitness: The Essential Guide to Optimal Firefighter Performance and Longevity. Dan is a career chief officer, published fitness author, and presenter on the local and national levels. He is a passionate advocate for firefighter health and wellness, and he works with many firefighter organizations to reduce health-related LODD’s. In addition to all of that, he is also a Russian kettlebell instructor. Jim Moss is a career fire officer, certified personal trainer, and published fitness author. Like Dan, he is also a passionate advocate of firefighter fitness and wellness on the local and national levels. He trains, writes, and teaches firefighters how to optimize their physical performance, careers, and lives through Firefighter Functional Fitness.These guys literally wrote the book on firefighter functional fitness. Be sure to pick up a copy on Amazon and put the principles to practice. And if you enjoy the podcast, please leave a 5-star review so others like yourself can find the show and find value in it as well.
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