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Regional VP Fortune 500 Company
In this episode we talk to Mike Sharr. Mike is a Regional Vice President of a Fortune 500 Company. Mike is also very active in the community, and has worked his way up through multiple careers. We talk to Mike about building a business, the importance of a mission statement, and how to create motivation, and a productive culture within your business. We really enjoyed talking to Mike, and we know you will be find this conversation very informative, and entertaining.
The Captain's Lifestyle
In this episode we talk to Taylor Morgan of the Captains Lifestyle. Taylor is a Marine, and all around awesome dude. He specializes in helping social entrepreneurs maximize their health, happiness, and productivity. We talk about Taylor’s decision to join the Marine Corps, and how he became an expert in scaling roofs across California. LOL! You have to listen to get the full details. On a serious note, this episode focuses on the things you need to be doing in order to find that motivation to make those changes. We talk about sleep, nutrition, and motivation. Taylor also talks about his 6 Pillars of personal improvement. This is a must listen episode. Taylor is also the host of an awesome podcast, also called The Captain’s Lifestyle.
Dru "Phoenix" Cuthbert
In this episode we talk to Dru “Phoenix” Cuthbert. Dru is a Marine, BJJ practitioner, and all around awesome dude. We talk about his time in the military, and the challenges he faced going overseas. Dru talks about how he was able to make his way into Embassy Duty. He talks about his appreciation for seeing the world, and exploring local customs. Dru talks about the challenges of going from the military to the civilian world. We also talk about many of the challenges facing society today, and how he deals with them. We even take a little detour and talk about some conspiracy theories! Dru also talks about how BJJ builds a community, and how to pick a great gym to train.
In this episode we talk to Mike Frazier of Noble Warrior. Mike is an all around awesome dude. Mike served in the 160th SOAR as a crewchief on a Blackhawk helicopter. In case you are not familiar, the 160th is the unit that transports many of the most elite troops in the US arsenal. Not only are the Soldiers in the 160th the best aviators in the world, they must also train to fight alongside their passengers in the event of a catastrophic event. The 160th is so elite, that many of their missions can’t be talked about. Not only did Mike serve in the 160th, he also served in the Coast Guard, and was deployed to the Middle East. Even after an amazing military career, Mike is continuing to improve himself, and others through motivational speaking, and education. He is also currently pursuing a degree in psychology. Oh, and Mike is a dad joke aficionado….
In this episode we talk to Ernie Mariscal. Ernie is an Inspirational Speaker, Army Veteran, Entrepreneur, and all around awesome guy. Ernie talked about his service, and the challenges he faced during his service, as well as after leaving the Army. Like a lot of veterans, Ernie was unsure of his next steps. Rather serendipitously, Ernie was asked to speak at a local school. It was then he realized that he had a love and a passion for public speaking. We were very happy to have Ernie on the show. His positive attitude is contagious. This is definitely a show to share with anyone who needs a little pick me up.
Vegas Elite Basketball Club
In this episode we talk to Brian Sitter of Vegas Elite Basketball. Brian talks about his love of sports, and his past careers. Brian tells us how he got involved with club basketball. Most importantly, Brian talks about how to help young athletes grow in a way that is best for them, and not for likes on social media. This was a truly inspirational episode. It’s very clear that Brain truly cares about the athletes that play for him, and he genuinely cares about their future success and growth as athletes, and as young adults transitioning into a life after sports. Everyone will be inspired and motivated by Brian, his story, and the team he has built at Vegas Elite!
Ryan and Debra Bruin
Cranky Veteran Candle Company
In this episode we talk to Ryan and Debra Bruin from Cranky Veteran Candle Co. Ryan talks about his time in the Army, and how he faced the challenges of life after service. He talks about changing careers, and struggling to find his place. Then finally, almost by accident, he and Debra came up with the idea for making candles. They have an amazing story, and they make a great product. You’ll hear from them how much effort they put into making a product that is better quality, and so much better for the environment, and your health, than your average store bought, mass produced candle. Even though they are fairly new, they still find time to give back the veteran community. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Kelly "Murph" Murphy
On this episode we talk to "Murph". Marine, Trainer, and Tough as Nails Champion. Yes, the Tough as Nails show on CBS.
Murph talks about his career, his time in the Marine Corps, and how he managed to transition from the Corps to a corporate job, and eventually into an advocate for veterans looking to better themselves through education.
In this special episode we talk to Forrest Samalonis from Forrest's Flags. He is a Marine, a Police Officer, and has started his own company. He talks about his time in the Marine Corps, his time as a police officer, and how he finds time to give back to the community. He is truly a guest that epitomises everything we stand for at Nothing Owed.
The Multi-Family Takeoff
In this episode we talk to Shawn Dimartile from the Multi Family Takeoff. We talk about how Sean became an air traffic controller, how he overcame his student debts, and how he got started in real estate. We talk about the various options you have for investing. This is a great epsiode for anyone looking to get started saving for their future.
Viral Idea Marketing and Flixation
In this episode we talk to David Feinman who specializes in creating different forms of video to use to market yourself or your business. We talk about the various options and platforms, and how to best use video to get the best return. David also talks about his cross country bike ride for charity!
In this episode we talk to Dean Wegner from Authentically American. Dean is an Army aviator, and Ranger School Graduate. He spent several years in the corporate world before deciding to start his own business. Dean started an apparel company focusing on manufacturing in the USA. This is a great conversation. Dean also provides a discount code during the episode!
Authentically American Brand Overview
Authentically American is a Veteran owned, American made, premium apparel brand that is competitively priced. We are building an iconic American brand; the next Nike, Under Armour, or Lands’ End, but ALL Made in USA. We have a Consumer Brand and Client side of our business. To give you a little more perspective, attached is a 1-page overview that will provide a quick snapshot of Authentically American and includes links to our recent national media coverage in Forbes Magazine, Yahoo Finance, and Fox & Friends. You can also watch a short 1-minute VIDEO to learn more about the essence of our brand. Now more than ever, Americans (especially Veterans) are actively seeking American made products.
In this episode we talk to Ben Woodbury of MaDeuce Nation. He talks about his time in the military, what he learned serving overseas, and the challenges of starting a clothing company. Despite the challenges of a new business, Ben made the decision to give to charity from the very start. This is great conversation. Please support MaDeuce Nation, and their products.
In this episode we talk to Brandon Cox, active duty Marine, and Amazon seller. Brandon talks about how he started selling on Amazon, and what tools and techniques he uses to source items to sell. This is a great episode for anyone thinking of selling on Amazon, or Ebay. It's much easier than you think!
In this episode we speak to Charlynda Scales. She is an Air Force Veteran, and current Air Force Reservist. She tells the story of how she made a family recipe into a business. She also talks about how she was able to make it to the tv show Shark Tank! It's a great story, and we know you'll enjoy it. Please support Charlynda, and her company, Mutt's Sauce!
In this episode we talk to John McConnell. We talk about his time in the Marine Corps, his time in law school, how he started a global security company, Somali pirates, and his run for the US Senate! This is a jam packed episode. Listen Now!
In this episode we talk to Josh Rogerson of Rogerson Consulting. He talks about his time in the Marine Corps, and how he used his military skills to advance his career in the financial sector. His story is a great example of how you can secure your future by always learning, and always looking ahead to the next level.
In this episode we talk to Jamar James. Jamar served in the Marine Corps, and while on active duty began purchasing homes in Southern California. This simple step is one of the major components that led to his current success today. Jamar was an amazing guest, and a wealth of knowledge. He is an expert in nearly all things financial.
Million Dollar Collar and GoTieless
In this episode we talk to Rob Kessler from Million Dollar Collar, and GoTieless!
Rob has a great story of entrepreneurship. He's worked in several industries, and is constantly looking for new opportunities, and new ways to secure his future.
Kieffer & Associates
In this episode, we talk to William Kieffer. We talk about his time in the military. We discuss his careers after the military. We also talk with him about coaching, and how having a coach or a mentor can help you focus on your goals, and the steps you need to take to get there.
Mother Clucker's Chicken
In this episode we talk to Derrick Foster about his time in the Marine Corps, how he started cooking, and how he used networking to advance his career. We talk about the challenges he faced opening a business, and dealing with employees.
He is now offering franchises of his Mother Clucker's Restaurant. He's also offering a discount to any veterans interested in a franchise.
Winfield Watch Company
In this episode we talk to Mark Miller from Winfield Watch. We talk about his time in the military, and how he started his watch company. We also talk about the challnges of starting a new company, and how to manage marketing, and an internet presence. This is great episode, and a great listen for watch lovers.
All Decked Out
In this episode Joe talks about his time in the Navy, and why he chose to leave the service. We discuss his troubles with the law. We finish with how he started with deck building, and eventually grew into a backyard space construction company. He talks about his challenges with business, with Covid, and with hiring employess.