Today, author and chief investment officer, David Bahnsen returns to the show. He and Adam talk about the value of money today, the vast wealth inequality within communities, and how it's quickly becoming invisible. They also examine how two generations on how they actually see money, and he reveals the number one thing people can do to build wealth. David Bahnsen's new book, "There's No Free Lunch: 250 Economic Truths" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today Adam sits down with author Cheryl Miller. She shares her story of homelessness, losing her jobs, and her battle with addiction. Adam explores her journey to better herself and they dive into her extensive history in helping struggling women. Cheryl explains 'restorative justice' and how she combined it to better help women in a new way. Cheryl's new book, ''Business Doing Good: Engaging Women and Elevating Communities" is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today, Adam sits down with fitness guru and entrepreneur, Jillian Michaels. After they swap stories about growing up in Los Angeles, Jillian shares the moment, as a teenager, when she hit rock bottom and decided to change her lifestyle by joining martial arts and taking her future career into her own hands. They talk about the importance of changing lanes for the better and Adam shares his own path out of construction and how he trained himself for his career move. They talk about the importance of self-compassion & dedication, knowing you deserve better and getting the idea of being a victim out of your head. Jillian's training app, "The Fitness App". can be found anywhere you get your apps.
Comedian, Ian Bagg, sits down with Adam today to talk about his own journey in the world of stand-up comedy, from being a last-minute stand-in to headline within a year. Ian shares his upbringing within the logging community and how right it felt the first time he walked onstage. Adam talks about the importance of just showing up and shares his own story when he first started hanging around Kevin and Bean. Ian can be found on the road doing stand-up across the country and his podcast, co-hosted with our very own, Matt Fondiler, "Sword and Scale Rewind" can be found anywhere you listen to podcasts.
Today, Adam is joined by former Gambino Crime Family underboss Sammy "The Bull" Gravano. He tells us about his induction into the mob at a young age and the different players he's encountered along the way. They take a detour into Hollywood and talk politics for a bit before returning to his life in the mafia and being a soldier for them. His new podcast, "Our Thing with Sammy The Bull" is available everywhere you listen to podcasts.
Today, Adam is joined by retired Navy SEAL and professional photographer, Darren McBurnett. He shares his experience of being a SEAL, the mindset required to endure the training they go through and how they go about putting together their units. After they dissect the art of skydiving, Darren shares which moment initially inspired him to get into the world of photography. Adam has a recent event that started to get the gears turning for him to improve one of his own passions and they discuss what it means to be a man. Darren McBurnett's book, a photographic journey through the SEALs training titled "Uncommon Grit", is available now on Amazon and all major bookstores.
Today, Adam takes a knee with former Yankees' head strength coach, Dana Cavalea. He shares his journey into baseball, from underperforming player to being part of the coaching staff that took the famed New York team to their 2009 championship. They talk about the childhood attraction of becoming an athlete but never thinking in tiers as you grow in order to achieve that dream. Adam shares his thoughts on people using their "best" as an excuse for their failures, and the "loser talk" many use to make up for falling short. Coach talks about the power of language, owning your opinion, and shares a story of when he realized getting a job and working hard paid off. Coach Dana's show, "Becoming a Champion" is available on YouTube and everywhere you listen to podcasts.
David Bahnsen joins the show today to talk about his new book Crisis of Responsibility. David and Adam talk about the financial crisis of 2008 and how that kicked off the idea for the book. They then talk about the presence of blame in our society and why the destruction of what David calls "mediating institutions" has led our country down the wrong path.