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WFO Life Podcast
139 minutes | 2 days ago
EP 080 Interview Bob Jones: Life Lessons from a Radio Talk Show Legend
This interview features Radio talk radio legend, Bob Jones. This wide-ranging interview explores Bob's childhood and influences as a young adult. A storytelling master, Bob takes us on a journey through his childhood in the 1950s. He explores diversity, racism, and his time spent as a Vietnam veteran. In addition to his Radio career, we discuss highlights as a Vietnam veteran, Businessman, politician, public servant, Christian Minister, and world traveler. His life is fascinating and chocked full of valuable insights. His story serves as an example of the importance of life-long learning, dedication, and service to others.
77 minutes | 9 days ago
Ep 079 Interview Tyson Stahl: Part Two
Enjoy this second half of our conversation with Marine special operations veteran Tyson Stahl. During this episode, we chat about Tyson's decision to go into the Marine Special forces, Marine Raider program. We chat about his combat deployments as well as post-military pursuits with the Spartan Leadership Program, The Travis Manion Foundation, and his band Silence and Light. We hope you will enjoy and share this insightful interview.
56 minutes | 16 days ago
Ep 078 Interview Tyson Stahl: Part One, Road to Naval Academy and Marine Corp Special Operations
What do hard rock, the Naval Academy, football, the marine corps, and MARSOC Raiders have in common? Answer= Tyson Stahl. This interview is packed full of practical insights, life, and leadership lessons.
47 minutes | 23 days ago
Ep 077 Interview: Ollie Wright: Mastering Craft & Pro Soccer
In episode 077 we interview professional soccer player Ollie Wright. Ollie just signed his first professional contract with San Antonio FC. Ollie is an engaging young man that has an interesting story overcoming adversity and setbacks. Ollie stands out as a great example of the value and willingness to persist, follow your dream, and make personal sacrifices to reach goals. Join us as we explore the habits and mindset of a professional athlete.
80 minutes | a month ago
Ep076 Interview Rachel Woods: Building and Maintaining Individual Motivation
In this episode, Lt Colonel Story and I interview Rachel Woods. Rachel is a Professor at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business. Rachel has spent 15 + years in the leadership development industry empowering leaders with practical leadership skills. She is a leadership author, trainer, consultant, and coach, who is passionate about helping people reach their fullest potential. Rachel joins us to talk about building and maintaining personal motivation. This episode continues pulling on the thread of our "Coaching Series" where Chris and I bring together coaches in various fields to share practical life tips. This episode starts the conversation on building motivation by exploring the foundation of motivation, the development of individual motivation. Building motivation is a skill, just like anything else. Use the tools, practice the skill, reap the benefits.
8 minutes | a month ago
EP 075: Napolean Hill: Fifty Seven Famous Alibis
Sometimes I read something that hits me like some fundamental truth or timeless pearl. Today I keep the podcast simple and pure by just reading a passage from Napolean Hill's popular work Think and Grow Rich. The Section I read is the final chapter entitled Fifty-Seven Famous Alibis, by OLD MAN IF. I value the clear advice Hill shares to make the most of our time, apply positive thought, belief and marry that with positive action.
81 minutes | a month ago
EP 074: Interview Coach Steve Campbell
In this episode, we interview Coach Steve Campbell. Coach Campbell is a Coastal Bend Coaches Association, Hall of Fame coach with 38 years of experience. He has served most of his career as the Defensive Coordinator for Calallen High School. Coach Campbell and his long-time Head Coach, Phil Danaher, created and continue to lead, a football dynasty at Calallen High School. In the last 3 decades, accolades include 36 years of continuous playoff appearances, multiple District and Regional Championships, two time State Final contender, and a host of Coach of the Year awards. This interview is filled with leadership principles, life lessons, and fundamental behaviors necessary to create an organization of sustained excellence. Please enjoy this installment of our "Coaches Series."
33 minutes | 2 months ago
EP 073 Best of the Coaching Series--So Far
In this episode, we pull the best collection of coaching and leadership pearls from 3 of our most recent full-length Coaching Series interviews. This condensed episode provides tons of insight into coaching, leadership, and elite program development. Listen in to some of the best sections from our recent interviews with Dr. Sebastian Giraldo, Coach Lee Crisp, and Coach Sammy Giraldo.
50 minutes | 2 months ago
EP 072 Interview: Coach Lee Crisp
Coaches shape our lives as they impart discipline, work ethic, team concepts, and teach valuable life lessons. In this episode, we continue our series of interviews with Coaches. This week your hosts chat with Coach Lee Crisp, Athletic Director and head football coach for the Medina Valley High School. Coach Crisp has 18 years of teaching, coaching, and leadership in his community. If you lead others in business or sport, you will find many practical tools for building and maintaining a successful team.
89 minutes | 2 months ago
EP 071 Interview: Sammy Giraldo
In many ways, life is about competition whether we want to realize it or not. More often than not, it's not the traditional competition we think about. Competition in sports, school, and business gets a lot of attention. However, the biggest competition is often a contest between who we are and who we can be. In this episode, we begin our series of interviews with Coaches. In many ways, sports are a metaphor for life. The coaches we interview will discuss their given disciplines, but more broadly, they will discuss how sports transcend what happens on the pitch, field, court, and track.
31 minutes | 3 months ago
EP 070 The Value of Simplicity
As humans, we often don't appreciate true things of value until they are gone. This has been especially true in 2020. Birthday parties canceled, graduations canceled, sports canceled, church services canceled, and many more, "common" life occurrences just went away. Humans are social creatures that NEED both basic and intimate interaction with others to thrive. In this episode, we discuss the power of embracing simple things in our lives that will allow us to live more abundantly.
25 minutes | 3 months ago
EP 069 It's Not IF you're Reading But What You're Reading
When dedicating time and energy to something, it is important to weigh what, how, and why you are doing it. An important thing to consider is, are you doing the right thing or are you doing things right? In this episode, we discuss the topic of reading. Often seen as ALWAYS a great thing to do, we use an article to frame a different way of looking at your reading habits.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 068 The Science of Gratitude
Having an attitude of gratitude has many scientifically studied benefits. Benefits of a grateful attitude include physical, mental, and emotional improvements. In this episode, your hosts reflect on gratitude as a tool for improving life and maximizing positive outcomes.
80 minutes | 3 months ago
EP 067 Interview Eric Davis: Navy Seal, Author, Self-Development Expert
In this episode, your hosts interview former Navy Seal, Navy Special Warefare Sniper Instructor, author, business consultant, and personal development, expert...ERIC DAVIS! This wide-ranging conversation hit many important areas such as the value of brotherhood, community, negotiating life complexity, and embracing adversity. Eric is a wealth of knowledge and an inspiration for those seeking higher levels of personal development and life achievement. A WFO Life Podcast instant classic.
92 minutes | 4 months ago
EP 066 Interview Dr. John Sullivan: Research & Controversy with COVID 19
This powerful, entertaining interview features Dr. Curtis and Dr. John Sullivan. Dr. Sullivan once again comes into the WFOLIFEPODCAST studio "Guns Blazing" quoting research and challenging assumptions related to COVID 19. This interview has tons of fascinating points stemming from real research from top journals. Dr. Sullivan cites article after article from major medical journals exploring how nutrition, coexisting medical conditions, and metabolic disease pose the greatest risk for serious illness with COVID 19.
31 minutes | 4 months ago
EP 065 Adversity for Growth: The Virtual Marine Corps Marathon Experience
In this episode, your hosts explore the ups and downs of preparing and running the Virtual Marine Corps Marathon. WFO Life Podcast listeners know adversity and challenges build grit. Lt Col Story shares his training, race experience, and insights on overcoming obstacles
44 minutes | 4 months ago
EP 064 Cobra Kai: Exploring the Ultra-Aggressive Mindset
"STRIKE FIRST-STRIKE HARD-NO MERCY" is probably the most memorable quote from the Cobra Kai Dojo in the 1980's classic movie, The Karate Kid. That movie had ALL elements necessary for a coming of age flick...bullies, pretty girls, rich kids vs poor kids, and an unrealistic happy ending for the protagonist. The quote for this post represents a shift from the most hated member of the Cobra Kai, Johnny Lawrence as he realized the ultra-aggressive mindset was wrong. In the new series Cobra Kai, based on The Karate Kid story, we jump ahead to the middle-aged lives of the main characters. Daniel Laruso is a successful entrepreneur and Johnny is a lonely alcoholic trying to relive his glory days by reopening the Cobra Kai dojo. In this episode, we use the Cobra Kai series as an example of how ultra-aggression only produces temporary victories.
39 minutes | 4 months ago
EP 063 Leadership Expedition Part One: Sharpening the Axe
An hour West of Boulder Colorado, there's a special place called the Crooked Butterfly Ranch. It's about 20 acres and doesn't have many fences that separate the Ranch from over 20,000 acres of National Forest. In the middle of the forest, there are Bearing Trees. These trees mark property lines in rugged areas without fences where you are more likely to see a mountain lion or a bear than another human. Places like this almost force you to be mindful. Mindful that success, status, intelligence, or position doesn't matter here. The altitude, terrain, and unpredictable environment can humble anyone. In this episode, we discuss an incredible opportunity and experience to learn and grow at the Crooked Butterfly Ranch with a unique host...You can learn more about him here: https://youtu.be/JgE4SZ89DQU
8 minutes | 4 months ago
EP 062 Stress Reduction Series: Volume Three
In this episode, Dr. Curtis shares 3 additional tools for diffusing and overcoming stress. With more tools, you have more opportunities to impact health by reducing stress!
21 minutes | 5 months ago
EP 061 Stress Reduction Series: Volume 2
In this episode, Dr. Curtis continues to explore techniques for reducing the impact various stressors have on your health. Without tools, one accepts the burden of stress. In this podcast, 3 additional tools are explored you can apply to daily life for stress-busting effects.
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