PathWater CEO and Co-Founder Shadi Bakour joins the show today to talk about trying to change the face of the plastic water bottle industry. Ace and Shadi talk about what it was like starting his company and the notion that saying "let's do this" can get you very far in this world. America is not an old boys club, if you have initiative, you can make a change.
Motivational speaker Bo Eason joins the show today along with the great Kevin Hench! Kevin talks about the first time he saw Bo speak and they talk about Bo’s journey from the NFL to the stage. Plus, plenty of talk about bananas and avocados.
Adam sits down with Hall of Famer Chris Doleman to talk about his career in the NFL and the new unveiling of his HOF plaque back at his former school in York Pennsylvania. Adam and Chris talk about his recent brain cancer diagnosis and why his faith plays an important role in his recovery. They then talk about ALIENS!
Former Marine and private security operative Jason Stapleton joins Adam on this week's Take A Knee and they discuss Jason's time in the armed forces and private defense work and how that informed the next stages of his life as he became a media personality and expert on trade. Throughout the course of their conversation Adam comes up with a phrase that he feels is poignant and universal: 'Mediocracy Loves Company'.
Author, speaker, entrepreneur and sports management powerhouse David Meltzer joins Adam for this week's episode of Take A Knee. The guys get into David's start in sports management and his time working for the inspiration behind Jerry Maguire's character, Leigh Steinberg. They go on to discuss David's current partner and former NFL great Warren Moon as well as their shared experiences playing childhood football and what they both feel they were able to bring from the football field into the business world. They also discuss values and how imparting values into young people is an invaluable thing to do.
Lawrence Reed, President of the Foundation of Economic Education, stops by the show today to talk about FEE's new collection of essays The XYZ's of Socialism. Lawrence and Adam talk about where the new rise of socialism came from and why it has rang true with today's youth. They then talk about the contradiction inside of those who appreciate socialism and the merits of entrepreneurship.
Adam is joined this week by former Navy SEAL and the man who fired the shots that killed Osama Bin Laden Robert O'Neill. After briefly touching on Robert's OBL story that he told in detail on ACS the guys dive into the current state of our society and how some of the cultural changes we are going through are changing the base nature of what it is to be an American. The guys also explore the idea of how we are collectively spending too much times looking at our screens and how easy it is to find a hobby that will put you in the moment and the benefits of that