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The Service Academy Business Mastermind (SABM) is a transformational program for Service Academy graduates who are building businesses. Our podcast features entrepreneurial success stories from the Service Academy community (West Point, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, and Merchant Marine Academy). To learn more, please visit: www.sabmgroup.com.
 
US Naval Institute Warrior Writers: a decade by decade podcast from the Naval Academy Museum on the influence of ideas on the development of the US Navy through the influence of both its intellectual and material capital. We will discuss the thinkers, leaders, politicians, and technical developments that each decade added in the building of the world's greatest navy.
 
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A naval history podcast from Preble Hall - the United States Naval Academy Museum in Annapolis, Maryland. Preble Hall will interview historians, practitioners, military personnel, and other experts on a variety of naval history topics from ancient history to recent history.
 
Hi. I’m a Gen Z trying to figure this life thing out. This podcast has no niche per se but if you want to be a student of life with me, I highly recommend sticking around. I also call my audience turtles. It’s symbolic, trust. 🤣 love you. 🥰 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mutuku-ess/support
 
EQ Gangster is specifically for leaders, business owners, entrepreneurs & other influencers who are honest enough to admit that they just might be the ones holding themselves back & who are brave enough to change that. Research is showing that your Emotional Quotient (also known as Emotional Intelligence) is a bigger indicator of success than your IQ, your education & your experience. In each episode, Noble offers practical, candid, and often humorous clarity for the modern leader who is bra ...
 
This is the Tactical Fitness Report with Stew Smith podcast. We will post these each week and discuss a variety of topics focused on Tactical Fitness Training for Military, Special Ops, Police, and Fire Fighting Training. We will also review videos on swimming, give quick power point presentations and discuss all things Tactical Fitness related. Check out other videos of combat swimmer stroke, workouts, and other spec ops related training. See www.stewsmith.com or www.stewsmithfitness.com fo ...
 
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“All of this is very easy to do if you form a relationship with a firm like ours very early because we can crawl with the business, we can walk with the business and then run with the business as it goes from the idea phase to the startup phase to the growth phase…depending on where you are and how mature your business is, you can always reevaluate…
 
Hey Turtles,In this episode, I have featured Laurette. She is the founder of Fancied Story. An amazing story telling platform. She explains her experience with imposter syndrome so beautifully and gives it the analogy of a little demon inside one's head. I hope you stick till the end. Love all of you. 🥰🥰🥰😽😽--- Send in a voice message: https://ancho…
 
These are the 7 questions I answer on this episode from my recent Missions Trip to the Dominican Republic: 1.) What fears did you come to the DR with & how have you overcome them? 2.) What did you learn from the Dominican culture that you can take home & apply to your life? 3.) What challenges do Dominicans face that you should be thankful for that…
 
Alvin Townley is a Senior Fellow at the Stockdale Center. He is a best-selling New York Times-reviewed author and Emmy-winning storyteller. His stories are about leadership, legacy, and purpose. He is a graduate of Washington & Lee University, and has studied economics in Frankfurt, Brussels, Paris, and London before working in Congress, managing g…
 
LTC Travis Walter shared a real-world example where he encountered a very toxic senior military officer. Travis shares how he transformed a toxic leadership experience into an opportunity to grow his own emotional health & emotional intelligence by increasing his awareness & curiosity. He even grew his faith & learned Boundaries & learned how to be…
 
“I think a lot of us as entrepreneurs need to hit that home run in the beginning, early. We just need to get something and we’re going to crush it. But it’s those singles and doubles, and winning those little by little, getting one client. Making them very happy with your service, or your product, then doing it again and again.” - Freddie Kim (USMA…
 
Just finished interviewing Adam Posner, owner of the NHP Talent Group & Podcast Host of The POZcast. Amazing dude. Here are 3 of the lessons I learned from Adam. 1.) Don’t let life happen to you. You “happen” to life. What do you want? Go after it. Pursue it. Connect w/others that are where you want to be. Ask questions. Learn. Grow. Change. 2.) Em…
 
What are you avoiding that you know would help you grow emotionally? For me, I have been avoiding Amy Fiedler & Matthew Phifer, two of my favorite people that discuss skinny on Emotional Health. Why? Why would I avoid two of my favorite content creators on emotions & EQ? Are there any areas of your life that you’re avoiding tackling / workin on? Wh…
 
Some fascinating insights from Cory Rusin on the intersection & relationship between purpose & EQ. We discussed some of the following topics: Practical tips that not only apply to teenagers but also to adults in pursuing purpose. How to think about & approach pursuing one’s purpose. Some really good questions to ask oneself about pursuing one’s pur…
 
Dr. Joe Thomas serves as the Director, VADM James B. Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership at the US Naval Academy. A retired Marine, he served previously as the Class of 1961 Professor of Leadership Education at USNA and as Director, MajGen John A. Lejeune Leadership Institute at Marine Corps University. In addition he’s taught at the University…
 
“If you want to build resilience in kids, the first rule is to take them into an unfamiliar environment…and the second rule is to plan it in a stepwise way meaning plan, discuss, do and then revisit the shared memory together….We built this curriculum for a ship out of a need, but this isn’t just a Navy thing this is something that everyone can ben…
 
In this episode I share some interesting insights I’ve learned about energy levels & how they impact performance. There are also a list of questions to help assess & increase awareness of your energy levels. If you’re ready to take your emotional growth to the next level, join the EQ Mafia at https://www.eqgangster.com/.…
 
Sea of Thunder by Evan Thomas Spirit of the Sammy B by Robert Copeland The Making of the Deep Submergence Vehicle Limiting Factor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pb5j9oeZCm0&t=46s Caladan Oceanic Samar Battlefield Expedition: https://caladanoceanic.com/expeditions/samar/ Caladan Oceanic Press Release: https://caladanoceanic.com/expeditions/samar/p…
 
“My personal mission statement in a phrase is to eliminate the civilian-military divide in the country…what we bring with us as veterans, those underlying soft skills are precisely what today’s corporate leaders say they desire for success for their businesses in the marketplace.” - Matt Louis (USMA ‘91) Matt Louis is a leading expert in career tra…
 
Get ready for this one! Lots of questions & some great exercises to do an Emotional Fitness “Test” / Audit of your Emotional Foundation. Doing the Emotional Fitness Audit will increase your chances & likelihood of beginning & continuing your Emotional Fitness Program. If you’re ready to take your emotional growth to the next level, join the EQ Mafi…
 
Dr. Clementine Fujimura is the Director of Area Studies at USNA. As the sole anthropologist at the Naval Academy, Professor Fujimura has served the Naval Academy community extensively since 1993, supporting the mission in creating adaptable, successful officers who will lead a diverse Navy and Marine Corps at home and abroad. She has published wide…
 
Have you ever been bullied? How did it affect you? Did you still allow yourself to be bullied? Remi learned some huge lessons from her emotional growth journey: Stress management Patience Forgiveness Boundaries She shares how she learned each of those big lessons. Some, like me, she is still working on. She gives some great progress on developing &…
 
“Once you start thinking about residual results, meaning you do something once that will pay you in perpetuity, then things change in your life. I try to do more things to create these residual results because that gives you so much more capacity, autonomy, and control over your time.” - Kirby Atwell (USMA ‘05) Kirby Atwell started his first full-t…
 
How many people do you know have achieved mastery in their craft? Tammy, our massage therapist, has 32 years of massage & over 32,000 bodies she’s massaged. 4th Degree Blackbelt, Professor Marcelo Motta, is 43 y/o and has been training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for 30 years. He still competes at the highest levels of BJJ. What can you be world class at? …
 
This was a very transparent & vulnerable conversation with Curt. What made this such a great discussion was how self-aware Curt is & how much (emotional) work he’s already done. He has a tremendous understanding of some of the very dark places he’s been through & the lessons he’s learned. Perfectionism, depression, suicidal ideations, lessons in th…
 
This episode was originally shot as a Facebook Live. Emotional intelligence is comprised of self-awareness & self-management and social-awareness & social-management. I share a couple insights from some of the executive clients I coach. After decades of my own dysfunction, it is very important to have both the self-awareness AND the self-management…
 
“I think all of us who left the Academy know how to adapt and learn in often a rapid, stressful environment. I think that’s the hallmark of Academy grads…all of us have learned the skill of learning how to learn. Part of it is having the confidence to know you have that skill.” - Niv Caviar (USAFA '90) Niv Caviar is the CEO of Spine Ovations, Inc.,…
 
Wow…this was an amazingly insightful conversation with Matt! He shared some incredible thoughts & wisdom throughout our chat. Here are some of the questions we discussed: How did you develop your self-awareness? How our emotional dysfunctions fit like a glove in certain relationships with others. What % of people are emotionally unhealthy? How hard…
 
LtGen Michael Groen, USMC, is the Director, Joint Artificial Intelligence Center. In prior roles, LtGen Groen was assigned to the National Security Agency, and served as the Deputy Chief of Computer Network Operations. He served as the Director for Intelligence, Joint Staff (J2) in direct support of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs and the Joint St…
 
This episode is sponsored by Sha Sparks, Author & Podcast Host, The Power of Investing in People, part of the Lima Charlie Network. I share a (very) recent story where I reverted back to some old coping mechanisms (stuffing, avoiding, stewing & brooding) after I got triggered earlier this week. Some things I discuss about my most recent valley: How…
 
Stew Smith (https://www.stewsmithfitness.com and Jeff Nichols (https://www.performancefirstus.com) discuss recent attrition rates with a historical analysis. Find out and AVOID all the ways to end your spec ops dreams before you even start....as well as the ones that occur during the selection process and beyond. Check out other videos of combat sw…
 
Jovana Davidovic (PhD, University of Minnesota, 2011) is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at University of Iowa, where she also holds a complimentary appointment at the Law School and the Center for Human Rights. Her research focuses on military ethics and philosophy of international law and has been published in venues such as Ethical Theory a…
 
“We want to be the dominant player in professional education and usher in an entirely new era of professional education. We want to be the medical education platform for a mobile generation.” - Christ West (USMA ‘88) Chris West (USMA ‘88) is the Chief Operating Officer of ConveyMed, the number one app for Continuing Medical Education (CME) that agg…
 
This episode is sponsored by LimaCharlie Network. Visit https://www.limacharlienetwork.com/ to connect with other amazing Active Duty Military & Prior Service Podcasters & Influencers. In this episode I share a couple insights from a recent Coaching client w/very high Emotional Intelligence scores. How emotionally intelligent are you? Where did you…
 
RADM Hugh Wyman Howard, USN, is a fourth generation Naval Officer and a 1990 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. He is a SEAL officer who commands Naval Special Warfare Command. He has commanded at all levels of Special Operations, including service as commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare Development Group. He holds several Masters degrees, …
 
“Grittiness and the ability to wear multiple hats simultaneously are the two areas that I see as being big lessons from my time in the military and that have carried over and proved true in spades as the leader of an early-stage startup.” - Matt McBride (USNA ‘06) Matt McBride is a dynamic healthcare leader that has spent the last decade guiding ea…
 
This episode is sponsored by the EQ Mafia, a safe, supportive, encouraging, empowering emotional fitness community committed to helping each other grow & heal to maximize our gifts & bring our best to the world. Visit eqgangster.com for more details. In this episode, I discuss the characteristics and consequences of being a people-pleaser addict fo…
 
Midshipmen Hassen, Henderson, Ostrowski, White, and Williams discuss French struggles for and against democracy, from the Revolution through the Second Empire of the 1870s. Follow us Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/…
 
What happened to strategic planning in the Navy after the end of the Cold War? Associate Professor Marcus O. Jones and Dr. Tyler Pitrof (US Naval Academy) interview Captain Peter M. Swartz, USN (Ret.) on his unusual career and unique insight into strategic planning in the US Navy in the late- and immediate post-Cold War periods. This is a continuat…
 
What a tremendous guy with an amazing story! Surfer, International DJ, Entertainment & Tech CEO to crippling illness that left him bedridden for years back to a successful entrepreneur & founder of the tremendously valuable resource for men called Mens Groups. Here are some of the questions we discussed about his journey: What was the pivot point f…
 
Professor Ken Reightler (CAPT, USN ret.) is a former NASA astronaut and pilot of two successful space shuttle missions including STS-60, the first U.S./Russian Joint Space Mission. He is a Distinguished Graduate of the US Naval Test Pilot School and served two tours at the Naval Air Test Center as a test pilot, project officer and flight test instr…
 
“Being the leader of a business is sometimes a lonely spot to be in whether you’re leading 10 people or 1000 people. The ability to have someone else to lean on and ideate with, to have conversations with and to think about the next steps with is really important. The more you understand about yourself, the better and more effective you will be as …
 
Check out Episode 234 for Part 1 of discussing / addressing the valley. In Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, I’m very comfortable in very uncomfortable positions. Why can’t I have that same mindset w/my emotions? All things related to life’s valleys & funks. Why am I so keen to run away from my valleys rather than lean into them? How do you maximize your valley…
 
Our three faculty co-hosts discuss and debate the most impactful US elections up until World War II. Follow us Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
Stew Smith (https://www.stewsmithfitness.com) and Jeff Nichols (https://www.performancefirstus.com) discuss getting rolled and the focus a student should have when rolled to improve their abilities and focus on recovery and healing. Check out other videos of combat swimmer stroke, workouts, and other spec ops related training. See http://www.stewsm…
 
“Almost 80% of the buyers' journey is not attributable. We focus on the 20% that is. Our recommendation is also to focus on the dark funnel, where that 80% are feeding and getting their thought leadership from.” - Matt Bolian (USMA ‘11) Matt Bolian is the Co-Founder of RevPartners, a company that designs, builds and executes revenue operations to s…
 
Wow, such an engaging interview w/Jeff! Can’t wait for you all to hear his skinny! Here are some of the questions we discuss: How did your childhood contribute to where you’re at today? What issues do you feel your parents had that affected / impacted you? How did you become emotionally intelligent? How can 1 develop that ability to begin questioni…
 
Dr. Joe Thomas currently serves as the Director, Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership at the US Naval Academy. A retired Marine, he served previously as the Class of 1961 Professor of Leadership Education at USNA and as Director, MajGen John A. Lejeune Leadership Institute at Marine Corps University in Quantico, VA. Joe holds masters’ degrees fr…
 
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