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The One Dollar Podcast
58 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
#23 - Keep Going with Ben Smith
This week I sit down with Ben Smith. Ben is many things (Personal Trainer, Army Ranger, Entrepreneur, Nutrition Coach) but above all he is radically empathetic. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who cares more for people and their journey than Ben. We cover a lot on this episode and we tell some cool stories. Enjoy!
65 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
#22 - The (W)Holistic Lifestyle with Lisel Lewis
This week I sit down with Lisel Lewis, a practicing holistic chiropractor and Birth Doula. We cover everything from in home births to nutrition and the keto diet. Lisel answers my biggest question of why people are so afraid of chiropractors and her answer may just shock you a little. We also talk about what it really means to be Holistic and how anybody in medicine can be a holistic practitioner.
74 minutes | Feb 2, 2020
#21 - Truly Understood with Caroline Burckle
This is the first episode of the new chapter for this podcast. Now titled The One Dollar Podcast, the vibe has shifted and you'll be getting a lot more personality from me while still learning from my guests. There is no one better to introduce this new format than Caroline Burckle. She's an incredible women who is self-admittedly hard to understand. But as you will see, knowing someone is less about understanding their actions and emotions and more about unconditional acceptance.
74 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
#20 - Do Hard Stuff with Juan Guadarrama
Juan is the epitome of a HARD WORKER. EMT, Marine, entrepreneur, fitness coach, soccer coach... he is qualified to be all these things and more. Most days of the week you can find him up and at it by 3:30am to start his full day of coaching, training, parenting, and leading his community. Basically anything that requires extraordinary effort, Juan wants to do it. Listen in as we dive into health, fitness, and what it means to stand for something as a man in todays world. Enjoy!
76 minutes | Jan 13, 2020
#19(3) - Going Right with Logan Gelbrich
I sat down with Logan a couple months ago to record one of the first episodes for this podcast. To this day it is one of my favorite conversations I've had on the show. Logan has done the work and experienced the failures that have led him to unlocking numerous truths about life and performance. If you didn't catch this episode the first time around then you need to hear it. As a high level athlete or someone working in corporate America, this talk is necessary. Enjoy!
66 minutes | Jan 6, 2020
#18 - You're On Time with Jenn Richardson
There are very few people that have made a larger impact on my life than Jenn Richardson. She was my yoga teacher in college but she quickly transcended that simplistic role as we got to know each other. She is more thoughtful and intentional than most people I have encountered and you can see this in her life's work. Jenn's knowledge of the human body and movement has even led her to the creation of a new practice called Yoga Weck-Methodized. Enjoy this awesome conversation!
61 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
#17 - Knowing When To Ask For Help with Zach Okun
This week I sit down with Zach Okun. Zach is a former high school All-American and Offensive Lineman for the Oregon Ducks. After a severe head injury during his sophomore year, Zach's life would change forever. In a world where mental health is rarely talked about, especially amongst athletes, Zach felt lost. Not knowing how to solve his mental struggles or where to turn, he needed help. I can't wait for you guys to hear his inspirational story. Enjoy!
55 minutes | Dec 23, 2019
#16 - Everything Earned, Nothing Given with Chris Bartl
Chris Bartl is a strength and conditioning coach, at least that is what he is on paper. In reality he is a role model and inspiration to the hundreds and thousands of people he has trained throughout his lifetime. He carries a wealth of knowledge about health and wellness from his experimentations with almost every style of eating and training. He's seen just about everything there is to see in the world of sports and fitness and I can't wait for you guys to listen. Enjoy!
60 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
#15 - You're Not Lost, You're Living with Albee Weiss
On this week's episode I had the privilege of sitting down with Albee Weiss. Albee is a professional baseball player and when he's not crushing baseballs he is working in the Hollywood film industry. He is breaking the mold of who you would think a professional athlete is. His intellect and thoughtfulness about life and sports is truly inspiring. At 24 years old he is doing things most people could only dream of. Enjoy his story!
70 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
#14 - Living On Mission with Mark Mckinney
This week I sit down with Mark Mckinney, the lead Pastor of the Reunion Church plant in Thousand Oaks. Mark has been involved with the church for a large part of his life but now he is in the midst of tackling one of the most difficult things a pastor could do... planting a church. His mission is to reach everyone, believers and non-believers, to show them love and make them feel like family. We talk about his amazing journey and how he is changing the church's approach to modern social issues. Enjoy!
75 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
#13 - The Stories We Tell and How We Tell Them with Henry Baker
Henry is a storyteller. His journey to success at the young age of 24 is something straight out of a movie. While still in college as a Division I baseball player, he realized that his charismatic leadership and passion for telling stories was drawing him towards the film and movie industry. Fast forward a few years and he is the producer for Top 30 on Fox, becoming one of the youngest producers in the industry. Henry is incredibly insightful and persistent in finding a genuinely successful life. Enjoy!
66 minutes | Nov 25, 2019
#12 - Just Be An Athlete with Riley Adams
This week I sat down with a good friend and former teammate, Riley Adams. Riley is a catcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization and he is one of the hardest working individuals that I know. His relentless work ethic and dedication to his craft within baseball and also off the field has lead him to a highly successful career thus far. Enjoy this conversation about what it means to "just be an athlete". It may not be what you expect!
66 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
#11 - You Are Known with Mary Grabowski
Mary is a teacher, coach, and the founder of Sawubona. Sawubona is a nonprofit organization that aims to raise awareness and funds for the homeless living in San Diego, CA. She also runs 2 other organizations with her sister and mother that help feed and educate adults and children in poverty. Mary has one of the biggest hearts and is one of the most generous people I know. Enjoy her kindness and her story!
68 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
#10 - Finding Your Purpose Through Service with Robbie Hill
Robbie is the Assistant Director of Marketing at the University of San Diego. More importantly, he is one of the most genuine human beings I know. He lives his life and dedicates his time with nothing but gratitude and service in his heart. His unique upbringing as the son of a college baseball coach has led him down a path where he has found purpose in bringing value and excitement to everyone he touches. He is truly an inspirational person with some cool outlooks on life. Enjoy!
71 minutes | Nov 4, 2019
#9 - Discipline First, Success Will Follow with Andrew Martinez
Andrew is a beast, plain and simple. He is a former Division 1 baseball player and now personal trainer for athletes and pregnant moms alike. He lives a highly impactful and disciplined life whether it be in entrepreneurship or volunteer work in the community. In this episode we dive into his extremely challenging journey and we talk about what principles he designs his life around. Enjoy!
129 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
#8 - Dare To Be Extraordinary with Chris Thomas
Chris is a former 8-year NFL wide receiver and Super Bowl Champion with the St. Louis Rams. He has recently left his job with Merrill Lynch to pursue his passion for supporting the success of young athletes. He is equipped with a bank of knowledge that has allowed players to transform their skill physically and their life mentally. Chris's career is an amazing story of grit and perseverance unrivaled by most professional athletes. Enjoy!
56 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
#7 - Let No Pain Go In Vain with Tyla Harris
Tyla is the epitome of a strong woman. As a sponsored athlete for Nike and Reebok she has won both gold and silver medals in aerobics at the national and international levels. She has even taught an unprecedented crowd of 10,000 aerobics instructors in Durbin, South Africa. Her list of accomplishments are long but what she is most proud of is her family. Foregoing a life of fame in order to give her undivided attention to her three children, she has redefined what success in our world really is.
74 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
#6 - Moving Towards What Lights You Up with Kimmy Moss
Kimmy was a former Division 1 college soccer player at George Mason University. Her ability to outwork most people in this world has led her to obtaining a Bachelors and Masters degree in communications, along with numerous certifications including Neurolinguistic Programming, XPT (Extreme Performance Training), and Crossfit L2. She is a highly skilled coach and teacher and if all of that wasn't enough she has recently solidified herself as a transformative guide in the world of Breath and Exposure. Her story is truly inspirational and I cant wait for you to hear it. Enjoy!
80 minutes | Oct 4, 2019
#5 - The Infinite Game of Life with Melanie Lim
Melanie Lim is an extraordinarily talented individual. From photography to graphic design she is a creative story teller unmatched by most. She has travelled all over the world just for the opportunity to be of service to others and add value to their lives. Melanie's genuine disposition is infectious and her dedication to self-improvement is relentless. I hope you enjoy this amazing conversation! Much love.
78 minutes | Sep 26, 2019
#4 - The Loss of Identity and Finding A New Purpose with Spencer Dunlap
On this weeks episode I chat with Spencer Dunlap, a close friend and former teammate of mine. Playing 5 years of college baseball and having had a clear goal for so many years, Spencer struggled to find himself and his purpose after it was all over. So he began traveling, surfing, and serving others in a way that fed his soul and led him to where he is now. Living in Costa Rica, he has found purpose in his love for the ocean and his desire for a healthier planet. Enjoy!
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