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Nov 30, 2020
Today, Adam is joined by former television executive and founder of Comedy Central, Art Bell. He shares the struggles he had convincing HBO of an all-comedy channel, not giving up on his pitch and drilling down on his idea until it came to fruition. They both reflect on starting in jobs outside of the field of entertainment and the importance of having drive go along with luck in life. Art shares his belief in seeing opportunities come up and how plans can change throughout your career. Art's new book, "Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost My Sense of Humor" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Nov 23, 2020
Today, Chad E. Foster, a successful businessman, and keynote speaker, talks with Adam about the daily life and struggles of the blind. Chad shares his story of losing his eyesight at a young age and not letting that deter him from becoming a highly successful executive. They talk about the abilities of a seeing-eye dog as Chad navigates us through his daily routine. Plus, they discuss the differences between emotional support animals versus trained dogs. Chad shares the importance of getting out of your comfort zone and the differences between victims and visionaries. Chad's new book, "Blind Ambition: How to Go from Victim to Visionary" is available for preorder and will be released on February 16th, 2021.
 
 
 
Nov 16, 2020

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.

Nov 9, 2020

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.

Oct 5, 2020

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.

Sep 21, 2020
Today, Adam is joined by comedic legend, Tom Dreesen. They talk about Tom's friendship and working relationship with the great Frank Sinatra and Tom shares his journey from shining shoes in front of one of the biggest venues to seeing his name up on the marquee next to Sinatra. He also shares his experiences flying in Frank's private jet and hanging with him until the sun came up. Tom also shares his experience hosting for David Letterman and his multiple appearances on nighttime television. Tom Dreesen's new book, "Still Standing: My Journey from Streets and Saloons to the Stage and Sinatra" is available now on Amazon and all local bookstores.
 
Sep 7, 2020

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

Aug 31, 2020
Adam sits down with former Navy SEAL, Mark Divine. They discuss how someone's occupation and direction in life can influence their likability, the downward spiral society is taking, and the differences with hypothetical lives we create for ourselves versus real life. They also explore the emergence of obstacle courses and challenge races giving us hope for better lifestyles. Then, Mark shares the training and nutritional routines that help him maintain his physical fitness. Mark's podcast "The Unbeatable Mind Podcast" is available anywhere you get podcasts. 
 
 
 
 
Aug 24, 2020

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.

 
Aug 17, 2020

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.

Aug 17, 2020

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.

Aug 10, 2020
Adam is joined by United States Army combat veteran and CEO, Cory Mills. They talk about what's going on in this country today, how many of our citizens lack Patriotism, and how making excuses is ruining these up and coming generations. They also talk about the insignificance of participation trophies as well as the start of Cory's company, PACEM, and the success they've had helping and protecting our nation's first line of defense.
Aug 3, 2020
Today, Adam is joined by fellow craftsman and entrepreneur, Ken Rusk. They talk about their view that everyone should also start their life by digging ditches and doing things they aren't comfortable with so they can learn what they don't want to do.  They also discuss understanding the right tools for the job and building something yourself as great ways to succeed in life and build self-esteem. Ken Rusk's new book "Blue-Collar Cash: Love Your Work, Secure Your Future, & Find Happiness for Life" is available now anywhere books sold.
Jul 27, 2020

Adam is joined by world-renowned chef, Matthew Kenney, to talk about his plant-based restaurants, business and his vegan lifestyle. They explore the evolution of vegans and much more normal they have become. Matthew shares the benefits of a plant-based diet and he takes us into his world of creating the same foods everyone else enjoys by way of plants. Matthew Kenney's plant-based meals, "Plant Made", can be purchased on Amazon.

Jul 20, 2020
Today, Brad Thor shares his experience moving away, working alongside the government on some of his books, and they discuss the differences between 1st and 3rd world countries. Brad tells us how he always continues to improve his writing, even if he has written a plethora of books already. Plus, he flatters Adam by sharing that he has added 'Daddy Stop Talking' into his son's required reading. Brad Thor's newest thriller "Near Dark" is available now on Amazon and bookstores everywhere.
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