S2E3 – Jeremy “JB” Soles. We welcomed Marine founder and CEO of Contra Group, Jeremy “JB” Soles to the show. JB shared a ton of perspective related to special warfare-related training and the application to law enforcement. I would highly encourage you to follow him and the work he and his company do.
S2E2 – Ted Terrazas. I sat down with USAF veteran and entrepreneur Ted Terrazas. Ted shared with us some amazing insights related to business and the entrepreneurial journey. We had a great time going deep on some topics for startups and how companies get off the ground.
Episode 17. The FINAL episode of Season ! We take a look at the remaining episodes from this season and examine some the biggest highlights and best moments. Season 2 airs NEXT week and will be in both audio AND video, housed primarily on YouTube for the video format. Go to the channel and SUBSCRIBE so you can get both the audio AND video! And a BIG thank you to listening!
Episode 16. As we close out Season 1 we take a look at the first half of the season’s episodes and pull pearls of wisdom and insights from our amazing guests.
Episode 15. This week I sat down with entrepreneur and business leader, Christopher Hummel, the founder and CEO of Fitteam Global. Chris is an Air Force veteran and we had a very fruitful discussion about entrepreneurship, business, and overcoming challenges.
Chris’ LinkedIn profile.
Chris’ company, FITTEAM Global.
Episode 14. This week I had the pleasure to sit down with AF veteran and businesswoman, April Shprintz. April shares with us her journey into the broadcasting world in the Air Force and the subsequent path she has successfully navigated in business. She’s Founder of Driven Outcomes, a firm dedicated to cultivating the Generosity Culture and helping businesses achieve their goals.
April’s LinkedIn profile.
April’s company, Driven Outcomes.
Episode 13. I had the pleasure this week to speak with Chaunte Hall, an Air Force veteran and accomplished businesswoman making a tremendous impact in the military community. Chaunte opens up about her personal life while also sharing some key insights regarding having foresight for your career, and how volunteering is the superpower to giving back. Chaunte is the CEO of Centurion Military Alliance.
Chaunte’s LinkedIn profile.
Chaunte’s company, Centurion Military Alliance.
Episode 12. This week we speak with Marine veteran and keynote speaker Shawn Rhodes. Shawn spent a few years in the Marine Corps as a combat correspondent before jumping out and ultimately making his way into the business of public speaking. Shawn shares with us some incredible perspective, we talk about mental health, the mind of a veteran, being the solution to a problem, and so much more. I also share with you some EXCITING news about the podcast at the very end.
Shawn’s LinkedIn profile.
Shawn’s company, Shoshin Consulting.
Link to Shawn’s book, Pivot Point, on Amazon.
Episode 11. Today we’re excited to welcome Marine veteran and award-winning Hollywood writer, director, and producer Kimberly Seilhamer. Kimberly has made a career in the entertainment industry. Her work has won numerous awards with her most recent Best Short Script award going to her project, The Lighthouse. There are so many stories in this episode. I was even fortunate to catch a few bonus segments as we were wrapping up that I had to share. We hear stories of what’s involved in the creative process in Hollywood….. And the talent required to make it. ..
There’s so much substance here I just want you to listen – enjoy!
More information about Kimberly Seilhamer.
Her IMDB profile.
One article, of many, that you can research, regarding stress taking a toll on your body and health.
Episode 10. I had the distinct honor to welcome Marine veteran and best-selling author, Scott Huesing, to The Veterans Business Podcast. Scott is well-known in the Marine and veterans communities for his tenacity and leadership, as well for authoring the book, Echo in Ramadi, which details Echo 2/4’s experience in Iraq. He served 24 years in the Marine Corps before retiring and transitioning into a career of writing and public speaking. We talked about knowing your value and seeing the value in every transition, in addition to host of other items!
More information about Scott Huesing.
Scott’s book, Echo in Ramadi.
Episode 9. Today we speak with James Mable, a Marine veteran, and passionate advocate of career guidance for college students. We hear his story of the value of education in the recession, his perspective on fulfillment and ways to help find that fulfillment.
More information about James Mable.
Episode 8. Our guest this week is Max Garcia, a retired Marine Sergeant Major who is now a motivational speaker and life coach. His advice and words of wisdom were absolute gold, we cover a variety of topics. He shares with us about a veterans mindset after leaving the service and his passion and how to deal with problems. Max is a featured author in the Amazon best-selling book, The Abundance Factor, which you can get on his website, lifecoach8.net, or Amazon.
More information about Max Garcia.
Max’s book (from his website w/ photo), The Abundance Factor.
Max’s book (Amazon), The Abundance Factor.
Episode 7. This week we speak with Army Special Forces veteran Herb Thompson. Herb retired from the Army and has wasted no time getting active in helping others through their transition process. He shares with us his journey on how he was able to get selected into Special Forces and articulates so clearly the internal fight so many of us veterans may have waged following the transition out. Herb is the author of the book, The Transition Mission.
More information about Herb Thompson.
Herb’s book, The Transition Mission.
Episode 6. We welcome two-time Grammy Award-winning reggae, artist, Shaggy. Shaggy is a veteran U.S. Marine and has sold over 30 million albums worldwide in a career that has spanned decades.
More information about Shaggy.
Episode 5. In this episode we spend time with Maurice “Chipp” Naylon as he shares with us his story of his time overseas as a combat advisor, and the frustrations that led to his writing the book, The New Ministry of Truth. He shares openly and candidly about the effects this experience had on him as well as words of wisdom for veterans that may be grappling with similar ideas.
More information about Chipp Naylon.
Chipp’s book on Amazon, The New Ministry of Truth
Episode 4. We speak with Marine veteran and financial advisor, Bezan Morris, as he shares his story of financial hardship during the housing crisis and how he navigated some very difficult situations.
More information about Bezan Morris.
Episode 3. We speak with Karl Monger, a veteran Army officer and Ranger, as he shares with us about finding your purpose and staying functionally fit in all areas of your life.
The Simon Sinek video he referred to, VetXpo 2019 – Simon Sinek.
More information about Karl Monger.
Episode 2. In this episode, Marine veteran and non-profit leader, Tabitha Bartley shares with us the story many women face within the military, but more so, the challenges they face once leaving the service.
More information about Tabitha Bartley.