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The Warrior Soul Podcast
12 minutes | a day ago
Don't Spend Your Money Frivolously
With light at the end of the tunnel concerning this pandemic, think about how you're going to come out of it. Strategize when it comes to spending your money.
11 minutes | 3 days ago
Taking Small Actions to Reach Big Goals
Goals are only as good as the actions you take to get to them. In this episode, Chris discusses a process you can take to do something everyday to get to your big goals in life.
60 minutes | 6 days ago
Walking the Bastards' Road with Jonatan Hancock
Bastards' Road is a documentary that follows US Marine Combat Veteran Jonathan Hancock on his walk across the United States visiting his fellow Marines while wrestling with his own demons. After serving with Second Battalion, Fourth Marines, in the bloody Battle of Ramadi, Jonathan finished out his 8 and a half year Marine Corps career in military intelligence. As a civilian, he began attending the University of Maryland. During this time, Jonathan began to deteriorate. Drinking all the time, missing class, and wrestling with the demons in his head, Jonathan was at the end of his wits. After attempting suicide, Jonathan decided that enough was enough, and he decided that he was going to walk cross the country visiting the Marines he'd served with and the families of his fallen brothers. Partway through the journey, a classmate of his from high school who had gone on to be in filmmaking caught wind of Jonathan's journey. He reached out and offered to help Jonathan document his journey in a movie. This is what eventually turned into the movie Bastards' Road. Bastards' Road is coming out May 11, 2021, and you can learn more about how to stream it at https://www.bastardsroad.com/.
45 minutes | 9 days ago
Marc Cameron: Living to Write
Author Marc Cameron has written many books including his vastly popular Jericho Quinn and Arliss Cutter series. He's also taken up the pen to continue Tom Clancy's work in the Jack Ryan series. But if there's any secret to Marc Cameron's success beyond his extraordinary dedication to his craft, it's that he's lived a very full and rich life. Marc served for decades as a United States Marshall after doing a stint as a local police officer. He comes from the great state of Texas, and chooses to live in the beautiful and wild state of Alaska. He holds a second degree black belt in Jiu Jitsu, and enjoys sailing. Marc is able to write such amazing stories because he's created amazing stories for himself throughout his life. In this episode, you'll learn how Marc became a top selling novelist, why he chooses Alaska as his home and for the setting of many of his novels, and some amazing life lessons that only experience can bring. If you would like to learn more about Marc's work or pick up a copy of his latest book in the Arliss Cutter series, click here: https://marccameronbooks.com/. To follow Marc
40 minutes | 23 days ago
Continuing Your Education After The Military with Lt. Col. Keith Brace
Lieutenant Colonel Keith B. Brace received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from The Citadel and was commissioned an Infantry Officer as a Distinguished Military Graduate in 1991. He also earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration from The Citadel in 2002. His military education includes the Infantry Officers Basic and Advanced Courses, Combined Arms Services Staff School, and the Command and General Staff College. Lieutenant Colonel Brace joined the Commandant’s Department at The Citadel in 2011 after retiring from a 20 year Army career. He started his career as a Lieutenant in the 82nd Airborne and finished as the Professor of Military Science at Wake Forest University. His deployments include a tour in Bosnia from October 1996-April 1997 and a tour in Iraq from October 2006-August 2007. His military awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Expert Infantryman Badge, the Ranger Tab, and the Senior Parachutist Badge.
16 minutes | 3 months ago
How You're Being Written Off
The pervading view amongst the media, government, and elites seems to be that you are not capable of making your own decisions. Here is what to do as they try to limit your ability to do so.
62 minutes | 6 months ago
Andrew Marr: Quiet Explosions
Andrew Marr is a Special Forces Green Beret Veteran and the founder of the Warrior Angels Foundation. Andrew also recently wrote the book Tales from the Blast Factory, chronicling the ways in which his life was affected by Traumatic Brain Injury and the road to recovery he took using a unique therapy delivered by Dr. Mark Gordon. That book was recently turned into a documentary called Quiet Explosions with the help of Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Jerri Sher. LOGLINE Traumatic brain injury (TBI) impacts 2 million people per year. Professional athletes, military, veterans, and first-responders share their recovery stories after suffering severe PTSD and depression. Joe Rogan and Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien, NFL running back Anthony Davis and Ben Driebergen, Marine veteran and winner of CBS’s 35th “Survivor” season, are featured in this enlightening documentary. SYNOPSIS Special Forces Green Beret, Andrew Marr, returned from his third deployment, a quietly broken man. The explosives expert suffered a multitude of concussions while detonating hundreds of blasts in Afghanistan. Unable to cope with his illness, he fell into a spiral of drug and alcohol abuse; even contemplating suicide at one point. When it was nearly too late, he met Neuroendocrinologist Dr. Mark L. Gordon, who properly diagnosed his condition as Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Since then, Gordon has been helping veterans impacted by Post Traumatic Syndrome (PTS)and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)through the Warrior Angels Foundation founded by Adam and Andrew Marr and supported by podcast personality Joe Rogan. Professional athletes Mark Rypien (Washington Redskins Super Bowl XXVI MVP) and Anthony Davis (running back USC, Tampa Bay Buccaneers), candidly share their methods of coping with TBI and PTS, which they experienced from repetitive blows to the brain. Renowned big wave surfer Shawn Dollar and Ben Driebergen, a Marine veteran and winner of CBS's 35th “Survivor” season, reveal their struggles toward brain health. A former gymnast, a 9/11 first responder, and the victim of military sexual trauma (MST) offer insights into their healing process from the disease which is estimated to have impacted 80 million people in the past 40 years. Additional hope and insightful methods are offered from experts Dr. DanielG. Amen, Dr. Scott Sherr, and Dr. Robert Sammons in this growing field. Click HERE for the Quit Explosion's trailer. Click HERE for the Quiet Explosion's Website
10 minutes | 21 days ago
Stop Talking To Yourself Like That
Negative self-talk will keep you in loser mode. This episode discusses how to stop it.
11 minutes | a month ago
Chop Wood Carry Water: The Little Things Matter
It's not about hitting a home run. It's about the little things you do every day that carry you to greatness.
14 minutes | 4 months ago
Stop Watching the News
This episode discusses how the 24/7 news cycle is killing your time and eating up your life.
39 minutes | a month ago
Lean Communication with Joe McCormack
In the modern world, our attention is everywhere. We see thousands of social media posts and emails everyday, and this is affecting our ability to communicate clearly. Joe McCormack is an expert in "lean communication." He helps people communicate their meaning in the most efficient and effective way possible to conserve energy and maximize attention. Joe's insights will help you in your job and your personal life, and you'll be sure to get a lot out of this conversation. To learn more about Joe, head over to https://thebrieflab.com/
11 minutes | 3 months ago
How to Avoid Creating Your Own Hell On Earth
As a human being, I can't imagine what Hell is like, but Hell on Earth to me looks a lot like being bitter about someone else's success.
13 minutes | 2 months ago
The World Doesn't Care About You
The world doesn't care about you. Understanding this is the key to your success and happiness.
71 minutes | 3 months ago
Eddie Gallagher: Above the Cold and Timid Souls
Eddie Gallagher is a retired US Navy Seal who was acquitted of war crimes after being falsely accused by his team mates. For three years, Eddie and his family were put through absolute hell. He served nine months in jail, his children were dragged out of the house at gun point, and his wife waged her own war to save Eddie and their family. Once he was acquitted, his problems did not let up. The Navy tried to take away his retirement and his Seal trident. Nevertheless, Eddie persisted in getting his name cleared, and today, he is working to help fellow service members who were falsely accused or harshly punished by the UCMJ through the Pipe Hitters Foundation. Eddie is also the author of a soon to be released book called The Man in the Arena, that tells the story of his and his family's ordeal. Pre-order Eddie's book at https://theeddiegallagher.com/.
17 minutes | 4 months ago
If I were 20
In this episode, I discuss what I would do if I were 20 years old again.
47 minutes | 3 months ago
How to Invest in Real Estate with Ryan Chaw
Ryan Chaw didn't know much when he jumped into real estate investing. He just knew that he watched his grandfather build wealth by buying and holding properties. Impatient and eager to move beyond his job as a pharmacist, he bought his first property without doing the proper due diligence. When a sewer piper broke, he was responsible for thousands in damages. But he took this experience as a lesson, and today, he has 17 tenants and is earning positive cash flow on his properties. He came onto the Warrior Soul Podcast to talk to the veteran community about his experience. Learn more about Ryan and Newbie Real Estate Investing at the following links:
10 minutes | 2 months ago
You to Deal with the Negative Voices in Your Head
The negative voices in your head are there for a reason. They served you at one point. Recognize them for that, and you'll be able to move beyond them.
15 minutes | 4 months ago
How to Stop Being Your Own Enemy
If you said most of the stuff you told yourself to a friend, that person wouldn't be your friend anymore.
13 minutes | 2 months ago
Are You Gonna Feed the Veteran Stereotype?
Whether we like it or not, there is veteran stereotype out there that's pretty negative. There's nothing we can do about that, but there is something we can do about what we put into the world.
53 minutes | 5 months ago
From Drug Smuggler to Pastor: Dr. Hal Bradley
To say that Dr. Hal Bradley has had an interesting life is a massive understatement. Hal has been a soldier, a pastor, a meta physicist, and a sought-after Department of Justice Contractor. In the middle of that, he was a high-ranking drug smuggler for the Mexican Drug Cartel for twenty years. Hal has since given up that life, and he's made it his mission to help people survive and thrive through the most horrific life experiences. His new book, Crisis Victory, teaches readers to transcend their difficult circumstances to victory. To learn more about Hal Bradley: http://drhalbradley.com/ To get Crisis Victory: https://www.crisisvictory.com/gift
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