We talk a lot about what example you set for others in every walk of life but none more important than your family. Today we discuss the standards in which you set, teach, and lead with because the standard you set now is the legacy you’ll leave when you’re gone.
Fur babies. Dog parent. Doggy birthday parties with the rest of the neighborgood dogs in attendance….
Guys; come on let’s get real. Our animals are wonderful and yeah even a part of the family. But they are just pets.
We discuss the issue with our societal obsession with animals in relation to how we view actual other human beings in this episode. Listen in and as Joey says, if this one is stepping on your toes, then move your feet!
Our guest today is founder of the Tattered Beans Coffee, Jason Jean, a company dedicated to putting cash-money directly into the pockets of military active duty, veterans, and first responders. We hit on a lot of areas important in life during this conversation; marriage/parenthood, entrepreneurship, success, failure, and the mindset to overcome it all. You are definitely going to want to hear this one…AND, buy some coffee and support a vet, active duty or first responder.
Do you find that you and your significant other keep getting at each others throat over the same thing…your plans? Be it your weekend dinner date, guys night, rec leauge basketball, or whatever. The two of your plans just don’t seem to be on the same page and it causes tension in the relationship, because it keeps happening. If that’s you, this episode is for you. Let’s chat about keeping your spouse informed and involved. You’ll thank us when you are’t fighting as much anymore.
Having a bad day? Unhappy at work? Feel like you’re in a rut? I’m sure we’ve all been there at times, but have you taken a moment to realize how truly blessed your really are? It will change your entire perspective. That’s our discussion topic for this episode.
Life is happening all around you, but it seems that everyone is looking for ways to escape reality. Sports obsessions, video games, TV/movies, you name it. Those aren’t all bad but there needs to be balance. That is the direction of today’s discussion, finding balance between whats real and what is purely fantasy.
Starting off season 2, Jim Muir joins us to discuss some of his life’s journey’s of the past, present, and future. All which have had part in leading him to his newest venture of writing his first book, “Offerings-A Daily Collection of Wit and Wisdom Wrapped in an Attitude of Gratitude. This is a great way to kick off season 2 because Jim brings some inspiring perspective that we can all use in our own lives.,
Coming at you again with some of life’s “little things” that are often overlooked but oh-so easy to apply. The important thing is, when we are aware of things like the ones we discuss in this episode, it makes an impact on the world around us. Listen and apply.
In life, we all wear different hats. Work, personal, romantic, or whatever. Those all require different characteristics from us but we should always be true to who we actually are. Instead, we tend to put on different masks and conform who we are to appeal to others (boss, women, peers). Let’s take off the masks and be ourselves, but not without doing some self evaluation first.
People pleasers of the world, this one is for you! Giving the answer, NO, can be a major challenge. We don’t want to let anyone down, make them mad or upset, or even miss out on anything. However, turning things down is sometimes what is necessary for you and your family. So it’s time to get comfortable telling people no.
Are you stuck in a rut? Have you passed up on dreams you had in your past or trying to sift through new developing aspirations? Maybe you just stick to the same old routine day in and out. Well, we think it’s time to put an end to that junk and step into the unknown.
Ok, we get it. Memes are meant to be funny. They’re honest. Just jokes. But are you using them at the expense of other people? in this case, your wife/significant other. Listen in so you know exactly what we meme.
Are you fully aware of your surroundings when you’re out and about? Do you ever even think about these things? If not, you should. For you and for your loved ones. Listen up, protectors of your family.
Toxic masculinity is one of the hottest topics and points of attack in today’s mixed up, crazy world. So, we are going to take a stab at discussing our views related to the topic. Spoiler alert…masculinity isn’t toxic. Some people are just buttholes!
Another round of “manly or not.” Always fun. Always enjoyable. Always challenging to your manhood…maybe
We are joined by the awesome Mr. Joseph Kosma in today’s episode. Joseph brings in some incredible insight into the topic of living life without limitations. After a tragic accident nearly 20 years ago, where he shouldn’t have even lived, Joseph has taken what some would say are limitations or handicaps and he has blown the doors off of that life-sentence. From photography to traveling around the world, Joseph will leave you inspired to get off your butt and get out and live!
Time is valuable so we shouldn’t waste it. Especially someone else’s time. So are you someone who is always on time or do you tend to show up when it’s most convenient for you? Check out what we think about showing up on time.
The topic of discussion in this episode is that of our choices of entertainment. The music we listen to, the tv and movies we watch, the things we spend our time and money on. They have a lasting effect on you. On your thoughts, your words, attitude, and actions whether you realize it or not. You’ll hear why we think it is important to choose these things wisely.
Sometimes life sucks and we don’t always like the things we have to do. In this episode, the discussion is centered around the term that current culture has created as a means of deflecting our responsibilities, adulting, and why it’s time to knock off the use of fad terms that lead to mindsets.
Part 2 of our conversation with Coach Shane Garner, discussing roles, challenges, and ways of improving our approach to parenting our young athletes.