• Navy Seal Jared Hudson Talks God, Guns, And Serving His Country And Community

    Jared Hudson spent his youth serving our nation as a Navy Seal, then had that dream end too soon because of injuries he earned protecting our country. A career in Law Enforcement was the next chapter. He served as a sheriff’s deputy and predominantly as a trainer, sharing his...
  • Three Heart Attacks And Never Felt Better

    Ray Johnson is a well-rounded athlete in excellent physical condition. He is a professional law enforcement, executive protection and security officer trainer, and an all-round, active and physically fit guy. Yet In January 2022 at 55 years old, he had his third heart attack. Ray joins me on the...
  • Dating Tips For Those Late In Life

    It’s later in life, and you find yourself faced with the prospect of dating again, and the list of unknowns is intimidating. Many of the lessons life has given you resulted in scars, and the whole idea of starting from scratch with someone new is both exciting and scary....
  • It’s All Your Fault, And Other Lies

    Ana Tigre and I get into it in this episode of the Unscripted Podcast. She says I’m not perfect, and this coming from someone that… We all can do better, so why focus on the things that annoy you about your wife or husband? Or your kids, or friends,...
  • Interview With My Favorite Model

    After a five-year break to raise kids, Ana is getting the urge to model for me again, and I couldn’t be more excited. It will be different now because she has evolved, and there are stories to tell with pictures that weren’t there five years ago. In this episode...
  • How You Can Get More Productive Working From Home

    Early in 2020, the USA was locked down and quarantined. Two weeks to flatten the curve, they said, and I really wanted to believe that. Had I not been so naive, I could have made a fortune investing in services like zoom and other video conferencing software. The business...
  • How I Learned To Manage Crippling Stress

    In the last episode of the podcast, we talked about how I recovered from what was supposed to be a medical death sentence due to heart issues. Part of that recovery story was about how I learned to manage stress, and since it was significant enough to warrant its...
  • How Ana Saved My Bacon

    In 2001 I was diagnosed with congestive heart failure and had an ejection fraction of 35. That means each time my heart pumped a beat, 35% of the blood in my heart would be squeezed into my circulatory system. Normal is between 55% and 70%. My heart was also...
  • How Would I Live Knowing I Was About To Die?

    Greg Hasberry’s kidneys failed when he was in his forties. At the time, he was a healthy athlete, had no vices, and lived a responsible and productive life. He became dependent on dialysis to stay alive, but dialysis is not something a body is meant to do for the...
  • Elaine Goodlad Reflects On Two Decades In The Fitness Industry

    Her unlikely journey to stardom on stage and notoriety as a globally recognized fitness model began after a discussion in the gym between us about her following in the footsteps of then Ms. Olympia Cory Everson. I assured her we could get her there, and she, equally as naive...
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