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Inheriting Manhood

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Dr. Alice Atalanta joins me for the first episode of 2022 to talk about her amazing work in the world of Special Operations, as well as her charity work, love for horses and boxing.  Alice is a true bad ass!
I am often asked about the books I'm reading, as well as how I set up my reading list, so here you go. 
I'm not sure on many things in this world, but I am positive that leadership is a choice. 
Should men fight? How to tell your parents you're joining the military? Is Reading List 2022 ready? Is flying a cool career?  I answer things like this. 
I am really excited that my guest today, Major Chris Davis, agreed to be a part of a discussion on Theodore Roosevelt. By day Chris is a Marine Corps officer & lawyer. In his free time though he's an avid reader, which is what connected us. A f
Life is about the human experience...
One of the best things about having this podcast is getting to know my guests. I'm a better man after getting to know Tyler Heisey, who joins me for episode 164.  Tyler served, honorably for seven years in the US Marine Corps. What impresses me
My guest today is a man who spent a few decades serving his home country of Australia. Troy Knight was one of the original Combat Controllers in the Australian Air Force Special Forces. While he may be the bearer of many accolades he is a humbl
Matt Beaudreau is many things, including a podcast host, educator, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur. But most importantly, he is a good man who is leading young men from the front.  This one made me better, as a man, leader and follower.
Someday this reading will be explained beyond just its simple message. 
My guest today is someone I am a big fan of. Phil Sussman has had an interesting journey to where he is at the moment, but the best part is he's still moving forward.  After giving him a listen, please go find him on the various social media pl
“A good teacher is like a candle—it consumes itself to light the way for others.”    -Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
My guest today is many things, but first and foremost, he's a good man.  Sergeant Major Matt Parrish has been honorably serving in the US Army as a member of Special Forces, for just under two decades now.  Our conversation dives deep into lead
What we need are human stories, which leads to human connection. 
One of my favorite dudes, Aaron Love, stops by for round two! We're talking about leadership in the Type A worlds we tend to operate in. And cereal, because it's one of life's true joys.  
Someone recently told me they couldn't come up with anything interesting to do as a hobby. I figured why not bring up a few ideas.
I'm not begging you to begin reading, if it's something you don't already do, but I'm definitely asking you to do so in a begging tone. 
Is your personal drive coming from somewhere positive or negative?
I figured I'd mixed things up from the often serious episodes. Here's a story from a ridiculous time in my life. 
The title pretty much sums it up. 
You asked me questions, including if I liked tiramisu. I've answered.
At the point where the court meets a tunnel at the US Open in New York, rests a bronze plaque. It simply states, "Pressure is a Privilege".
If you're in a leadership position, you are responsible for setting the tone.
Reflecting back on twenty years.
This is a bit of a dive into the section on leadership, from the document I wrote, labeled,  "One Airman's Perspective". Enjoy!
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