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Capturing the character-building lessons and success principles of outstanding military members.

Capturing the character-building lessons and success principles of outstanding military members.
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Capturing the character-building lessons and success principles of outstanding military members.

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E13. Matthew Brown- Go Get It

1/16/2019
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**Please excuse my raspy voice, at the time of the interview I was getting over a cold** Matthew Brown has been in the Army National Guard for over 20 years, he has received the bronze star medal, and 4 Army Commendation medals. I was able to work with him on a team, his work ethic and his drive to get things done was a big reason we had the success that we did. During this episode he talks about: For more info on Matthew Brown Visit www.tamfpodcast.com/brown To contact Matthew Brown:...

Duration:00:17:21

E12. Scott Carnevale - The Greatest Attribute of a Soldier

1/10/2019
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I’m excited to introduce you to another friend of mine, Scott Carnevale, This is the man who took me skydiving. On top of his thrill for adventure He has an interesting military background, he attended the Naval academy and later became an f18 fighter pilot as a Marine. He is obsessed with personal growth, and has some great insights on what it takes to be phenomenal. In the interview, he discusses: To read Scott’s Bio, or links to his suggestions for his further study, please visit...

Duration:00:25:43

E11. Jay Whittaker –Calculated Bad Decisions

1/2/2019
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**Taped at one of Jay’s favorite restaurants in SLC, sorry for the background noise** Jay Whittaker started his career in the active duty AF, and later transitioned to the ANG, 15 years total. He is a professional touring comedian and an actor. You might have seen him on The Disney channel, the food network, or the lifetime channel. He is also a member of the award winning GeekShow podcast and host of the Incredibly Vocal Minority Podcast. In this episode he talks about: Follow Jay at...

Duration:00:28:57

E10. Dr. Craig Bryan - The Coded Language

12/27/2018
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You may remember In episode 6, Ryan Fleishman talked about raising money to benefit a program to reduce suicidal ideation in veterans, this episode is the interview with the man who leads that program, Dr. Craig Bryan. He is is a board-certified clinical psychologist in cognitive behavioral psychology, he deployed to Iraq, in 2009, where he served as the Director of the Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic. Currently he is the Executive Director of the National Center for Veterans Studies at The...

Duration:01:09:52

E9. Spencer Cooper- The Burden of the Warrior

12/19/2018
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Have you taken on the burden of the warrior? Would you like some insight on some ways of navigating and understanding that weight? Spencer Cooper, began his military career enlisting in the Marine Corps planning to be in the band, but ended up deploying twice to Iraq with security forces. He first commissioned in the navy as a chaplain before going to the Air National Guard. I hope you enjoy his powerful message on what it means to take on the burden of the warrior. This episode...

Duration:00:37:00

E8. Dave Acosta- Greatness is In Your DNA

12/12/2018
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Dave started his career in law enforcement in Las Vegas where he spent six years as the point man on the SWAT team. He moved on to become an international tactical instructor as well as team leader for high-risk protection teams in Iraq,Afghanistan, Africa and Latin America. He’s the real deal, and He preaches that greatness is in our DNA, we just have to tap into it. This episode covers: “The path of least resistance is that path you take when fear is in front of you”-Dave Acosta “Fear...

Duration:00:56:35

E7. Jay Hess- Survival Tactics of a POW

12/5/2018
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Born in 1930, he became an aviation cadet in ‘53, eventually becoming a fighter pilot. He was stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam war, and after around 30 missions he was shot down after a combat mission over north Vietnam, was caught, and spent 5 1/2 years in the Hanoi Hilton and other POW camps. He was released in 1973. He has a long list of awards including the Bonze Star, Silver Star and the Purple Heart. In this episode he explains: “you’re the enemy and You’re captured, its an...

Duration:00:38:39

E6. Ryan Fleischman - Never Quit Attitude

11/28/2018
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Ryan served his career in the 19Special Forces Group Airborne, he has served two combat deployments to Afghanistan, AND has had the opportunity to attend many specialty schools, like: Airborne, Air Assault, Jumpmaster, and Special Forces Sniper. His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star medal, Army Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal and many more. On top of all of that he is co founder of the Veteran suicide prevention fundraiser called...

Duration:00:17:45

E5. John Sim- Using Failure to Create Success

11/21/2018
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Today’s guest has been in the Army National Guard for 18 years, and has had careers in artillery, military intelligence, and in a training regiment. He has deployed to Afghanistan, and currently is a PhD student, studying organizational development and change. Some of the topics discussed are: Failing VS. Failure Dealing with unforeseen changes in career path Struggling with Physical injuries Failure Leading your path to success Introduction to STOICISM Obstacle is the way Changing...

Duration:00:32:31

E4. Joseph Cancilla- Freedom Through Routine

11/14/2018
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We recorded the interview in Joseph’s office, and the window washers happened to come during the interview, I apologize for the background noise. Joseph built a business while he was in the active duty Marine Corpse. And now, has a multifaceted career, as productivity expert, and owning and operating a marketing company, AND a dance and martial arts studio. This episode covers: What does it mean to be the PRAC recruit How he got acknowledged as a leader and completing as top of his...

Duration:00:38:41

E3. Tyson Kampenhout - Making Mastery a Habit

11/7/2018
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Can you hear Tyson’s cat, Shadow? He wanted to be on the show too. Tyson’s perspectives is one of the reasons this podcast exsists. I met Tyson over 3 years ago and from our first conversation, I was glued to his military leadership stories and perspectives. He has led an eclectic and interesting life with professions that include Sailing Instructor, Short Order Cook, Ecclesiastical Leader, Russian Translator, International Diplomatic Liaison, and Cosmetology & Aesthetics Instructor. In...

Duration:00:36:32

E3. Tyson Kampenhout- Making Mastery a Habit

11/7/2018
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Can you hear Tyson’s cat, Shadow? He wanted to be on the show too. Tyson’s perspectives is one of the reasons this podcast exsists. I met Tyson over 3 years ago and from our first conversation, I was glued to his military leadership stories and perspectives. He has led an eclectic and interesting life with professions that include Sailing Instructor, Short Order Cook, Ecclesiastical Leader, Russian Translator, International Diplomatic Liaison, and Cosmetology & Aesthetics Instructor. In...

Duration:01:09:21

E2. Dr. Tom Miller- The Need for Running Speed

10/31/2018
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Do you need to improve your running speed? Who better to help, then an elite athlete? Dr. Tom Miller has run more than 100 road marathons. He's the 75+ age group winner at Xterra National and World Trail Running Championships in 2017 and 2018. And the Xterra National Champion of 2018. In 2013 ranked 9in World and 6in USA for 70-74 age group in Ironman 70.3 series. And in 2017 he was the national champion for 75+ in long course duathlon (run/bike/run) His other active interests include...

Duration:00:28:47

E1. Dr. Tom Miller- Leadership in Vietnam

10/24/2018
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Dr. Tom Miller This Marine Infantry Platoon Commander in Vietnam had a decorated military career and has many great accomplishments including running over 100 road marathons, and Xterra National Champion of 75+ age group in 2017 and 2018. Find out the best advice he got for his military career! And: “Discipline is taking total responsibility for yourself.”

Duration:00:53:43