John Decerbo joins Ace today on Take a Knee. The two talk about their mutual loves for their mutual loves, cars and construction. John talks to Adam about what it was like moving to the US from Italy at the age of 15 and beginning construction in high school. They then chat about cars and the dangers of racing nitrous drag cars, and why no one wants to work anymore.
Adam and Van sit down to chat about Van's new book 'Beyond the Messy Truth'. Van and Adam begin their conversation with Van's history and the legacy of his father who inspired him to become the man he is today. They then talk about the "favorite team" mentality that has taken over politics and why a healthy balance of both viewpoints is the only way forward.
Adam sits down with entrepreneur and founder of DryBar, Alli Webb. She shares with us the story of how the nationwide chain came to be and how she started the business from the ground up. They also relate when it comes to having similar hair, and she tells us how she learned to tame hers at a young age. They talk about the current closures, and Adam shares his latest at-home haircut experience. Alli Webb's podcast "Raising the Bar with Alli and Adrian" is available on iTunes and everywhere you listen to podcasts.
Today, Adam is joined by former Navy SEAL and author, Thom Shea. Thom shares the rigorous training he endured to become a SEAL and his most dangerous missions. Adam is intrigued with the wars in the Middle East and Thom talks about creating a stable environment in that region. He also shares the things he has learned from training and in life in order to lead during chaos and how making things simple can also be hard to do. Thom's new book "Three Simple Things: Leading During Chaos" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today, Adam sits down with Chris Wark, author and cancer survivor. Chris shares the story of being diagnosed, having to undergo surgery, and refusing chemotherapy to find a better way. They talk about the nutrition revamp Chris went through to naturally heal his body and stave off the disease. Plus, Chris shares the power of forgiveness, and Adam shares his idea of the cold plunge. Chris' new book "Beat Cancer Daily: 365 Days of Inspiration Encouragement, and Action Steps to Survive and Thrive" is available now everywhere books are sold.
Today, Adam is joined by music professor Dr. Craig M. Wright to talk about the genius brain and the traits that make it up. They talk about the lack of geniuses today, the lack of pursuing one's curiosity with an obsessive mind, and the importance of having a backup plan. They also discuss some of the genius minds in history and they dissect the difference between Success and Genius and to connect the two, you need to change the world. Dr. Wright's new book " The Hidden Habits of Genius: Beyond Talent, IQ, and Grit" is available tomorrow through Amazon and all major booksellers.
Today, Adam sits down with co-host Eric Stromer's wife and accomplished producer and director, Amy Tinkham. She shares experiences from her extensive career and they talk about the importance of leaving people with a good impression. Adam shares his thoughts on the importance of enthusiasm and having a disciplined base, where no matter what, you can push through and show a strong work ethic. Learn more about Amy on her website at amytinkham.com
On today's show, Adam sits down with director and producer, Jon Erwin, who has written a biography on his late grandfather, a World War II veteran and Medal of Honor recipient who suffered a major disaster over the Japanese coast in 1945. They talk about Jon's documentary on Steve McQueen as well as his upcoming Kurt Warner biopic. Plus, they touch on the topic of cowardice being created by COVID and how it's affected the entertainment industry. Jon's new book "Beyond Valor: A World War 2 Story of Extraordinary Heroism, Sacrificial Love and Race Against Time" is available now on Amazon.
Today, Adam sits down with former Navy SEAL and television host, Cade Courtley. They discuss the intense and vigorous training that goes into being a SEAL and how it applies to everyday life. Cade shares his upbringing in the wilderness of Colorado, working twice as hard to keep up with everyone else and how it motivated him to become a Navy SEAL. Plus, they tackle the multi-dimensional factors within people and how it makes or breaks them. You can find Cade's show, "Can You Survive This Podcast?" on Apple Podcasts, where Adam will be a guest and test his own survival skills.