On Today’s episode, Isaac and I discuss an extremely popular topic, mindfulness. People all over the world are experimenting with journaling, meditation, and methods to enact mindfulness in their own lives. Isaac and I break into what mindfulness is, where things are not well supported, and where there is supporting evidence behind it. We touch on the concept of “flow” and how mindfulness blends with reaching an optimal state of performance. Finally, we discuss how meditation is really filling a gap created from moving away from practices that have existed for thousands of years.
On Today’s episode of the podcast Isaac and I discuss the TV show most likely to ruin Halloween. We’re talking Squid Game mostly because of the real lessons it has the ability to highlight for all of us. This is a show that has had an impact on the way that I have been thinking about life a lot lately. Isaac and I draw out the themes from the show like debt inducing us into slavery, equal playing fields not resulting in equal outcomes, and the importance of having a moral compass. Check out another awesome episode.
On Today’s episode of the podcast Isaac and I discuss the concept of breaking ranks through the lens of Lt. Col Stuart Scheller. Lt. Col Scheller is well known for his video that went viral the same day as the death of 13 service members in a suicide attack in Hamid Karzai airport in Afghanistan. Lt. Col Scheller called for accountability of leadership and slowly went down a path that landed him in the Brig. Isaac and I discuss this concept and need to break ranks when the organization has failed to do what is expected and when to stay in line and change the organization from the outside or within. Tune in to hear our take on Lt.Col Scheller’s controversial action.
An episode about setting up future generations for success. “Thinking Generationally” has been a theme in many of our episodes and Isaac and I take the time to go through; Why we think it is important, how specifically you can begin to think generationally, and where we have seen the benefits of these actions in our own lives. Tune in for an awesome episode that is focused on getting Americans to think longer term.
On Today’s episode Isaac and I discuss the issue with the reframing of opinions around the origin of our nation. We talk about the fact our societies evolved from tribes based on the power of myth and the very successes we have witnessed as a nation are due to our belief in our origins and the ideals many of us hold sacred. Tune in for an interesting discussion on why the American People need to hold sacred certain ideals or be doomed to suffer from their downfall.
On today’s episode Isaac and I expand our episode from two weeks ago where we responded to the fall of Kabul. We go in depth on the highest price paid by our service members, we discuss officers who have broken ranks and spoken out, and we call our community to begin building for future generations. We believe this is most definitely an episode worth sharing and hope that if you want to be a part of the conversation you will reach out. Let’s Leave a Legacy
On Today’s Episode Isaac and I discuss the fall of Afghanistan back into Taliban Hands. We discuss where things went wrong, where we could have done better, and who should be held accountable for these actions. We also point out what positives can and should be taken from this situation. We know that you will enjoy a very passionate and information filled episode on the major topic of discussion currently.
On Today’s episode, Isaac and I attack what we think is driving the actions of many people today. Fear and Insecurity. We provide strategies for dealing with fear, making it our friend. Ensuring that we can be the person who does not use Fear to drive our decision-making because we really should be allowing the opposite of fear to drive our decision-making.
Division is everywhere we look. Are you a vaxer or anti-vaxer? Are you Republican or Democrat? What is your stance on the Second Amendment? In a time of division Isaac and I take a pause to focus on the tactis and strategies that form social cohesion. Today’s episode is all about how you can make friends and what you can do to build meaningful relationships. I know you will enjoy this episode and I hope you will share it with a friend or loved one.
On Today’s Episode of the Podcast Isaac and I do what every single Veteran Podcast ever has done. We talk about the transition into the civilian world, how people are doing it wrong, and how they’re doing it right. This tough talk definitely gets difficult in areas where we discuss Veteran Suicide, VA disability claims, and how “vetbro” culture is potentially the worst thing ever.