In this third episode of Season 3 we talk with Dr. Daniel Libby who founded the Veterans Yoga Project. You will seriously add years to your life by listening to this episode! Listen, like, and share this episode with all of your friends and family. Check out their website at Veterans Yoga Project.
In this second episode of our third season, we talk with Ryan Manion about the pivot her life took when her brother, Travis was killed in combat. She is currently serving as the President of the foundation carrying on the memory of her brother, The Travis Manion Foundation and is co-author of the book, “The Knock at the Door”. In this podcast learn how Ryan and co-authors, Amy Looney and Heather Kelly learned to carry on after loosing a loved one on the battlefield.
After WWII nearly 50% of the returning veterans became entrepreneurs. Currently that statistic is drastically lower and after listening to Clay and Jaden’s story about starting Family Proud you may understand why. These two veterans describe the blood, sweat, and tears that they’ve put in to building their company. Do you have what it takes?
This is the final part of our 3-part series about the 388 acre of land donated back in the 1800’s to be used by the federal government to house veterans. This is also the last episode of Season 2 so enjoy and get ready for Season 3! Please visit www.1887fund.org to learn more about what Carolina and Leah are working on!
Dan Garcia almost died in Vietnam and upon return to America was spit on by anti-war protesters. The anti-war sentiment did not deter him from completing his undergrad degree and then obtaining a law degree, and becoming partner at a prestigious firm in Los Angeles. He went on to become a SVP at Warner Bros. Pictures and a high level executive at Kaiser Permanente. He is now semi retired and is the CEO of Vets Advocacy, a non-profit that is seeking to house homeless veterans in LA. This is part one of our interview with Dan.
Eric Kapitulik began his military career by seeking a path that he knew would be challenging and would make him uncomfortable. He continued to make decisions that would stretch him and make him grow. He served as a Force Recon officer in the Marines, survived a helicopter crash at sea, and eventually started his own company called The Program teaching leadership development and team building services for many different types of organizations. His recent book titled, The Program, is the latest of his many accomplishments.
Fred Stuvek has found many an opportunity in life by being prepared for the randomness of life to lead him to attend the Naval Academy, finding his first job after completing his active duty service obligation, and now helping to groom future leaders. Fred shares his life lessons with us in his new book, It Starts With You. (www.itstartswithyou.net)
Shaun Stephenson had learned from an early age that it was his duty to serve his country as a United States Marine. He and his brother, Dion, trained together from children until they each enlisted two years apart from each other into the Corps. After tragedy struck during Desert Storm, Shaun changed course and attended the US Naval Academy, played baseball and football, and went back into the Marines as an officer. Shaun and Jen soon married, started a family, and after completing his active duty obligation, Shaun left the Marines for life as a civilian. Apart from his career path, Shaun works with an organization called RememberMyService.com to give veterans of past wars commemorative books of the wars in which they served.
This is our second episode with Dr. Bartley Christopher Frueh but instead of talking about the VA, we discuss important self care tips on sleep hygiene, alcohol, PTSD, and more. You need this episode!