You have a purpose.
There are so many ways you can grow in all areas of your life, and at any stage of your life. We talk about building an ironside--a defense--spiritually, physically, intellectually, and socially.
Doing something well takes practice and patience. On this show we ask family, friends, leaders, and heroes for help.
Ep. 74 - End of Men with Raw Egg Nationalist
Guest host Dr. Bennett and I slonk some raw eggs fresh from the coop with the living legend Raw Egg Nationalist himself. We discuss combat, physical strength, mental toughness, raw eggs, vitamin D, books, and much more.
Follow Raw Egg Nationalist @Babygravy9
buy his books at https://lnk.bio/RAWEGGNATIONALIST
Follow Dr. Bennett on Twitter @extradeadjcb
Ep. 73 *Language Warning* - Wrong Opinions with Josh Lekach and Dr. Bennett
Tom and I sit down with returning guest Dr. Bennett, founder of EXIT and Josh Lekach, host of the Wrong Opinion podcast.
We discuss what it means to be a husband and father, the state of the world, and what it means to win the culture war.
Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshLekach and listen to his podcast at wrongop.gumroad.com
Follow Dr. Bennett on Twitter @extradeadjcb and join EXIT at exitgroup.us
Follow Tom on Twitter @DinkelmanTom and read his Patriarchal Correctness articles at patriarchalcorrectness.com
Ep. 72 - Objective Secure with Nick Lavery
Follow him and get the book at www.machinenick.com
Nick is an active duty member of The United States Army Special Forces. Commonly known as Green Berets, the Special Forces perform critical missions including counterinsurgency, unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, and special reconnaissance. In 2013, on Nick's second combat rotation to Afghanistan, he and his Detachment fell victim to an insider attack ultimately resulting in the loss of his leg.
Following a year of surgeries and initial recovery including the use of a prosthetic at Walter Reed National Medical Military Center, he returned to his unit. Refusing a military medical retirement, Nick set his sights on returning to operational status. In 2015, at the conclusion of a challenging, comprehensive assessment designed to evaluate Nick's abilities to operate, he returned to his Detachment and was subsequently deployed once again to Afghanistan conducting full-spectrum combat operations. Nick is considered to be the first Green Beret to return to combat as an above-the-knee amputee.
Nick is currently serving the United States citizens as a Special Forces Warrant Officer / Assistant Detachment Commander and is widely recognized as an experienced subject matter expert in special operations, intelligence fusion, and mission planning and execution across all operational continuums. A former Special Forces Weapons Sergeant, Nick is Airborne and Combat Diver qualified, holds instructor certifications in Modern Army Combatives (MACP) and Special Operations Combatives (SOCP) programs, and is a graduate of both the Network Development Course and Unconventional Warfare Operational Design course. Nick is the first amputee to complete the Special Forces Warrant Officer Technical and Tactical Certification course, the SOCP Instructor course, and the Combat Diver Qualification course in military history.
Nick's awards include the Silver Star, three Purple Hearts, two Bronze Stars, Bronze Star with “V” for valor, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, two Meritorious Service Medals, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and the Special Operations Command Excalibur Award. An extensive world traveler, Nick provides training and motivational speeches to private sector corporations, schools and universities, sports teams, and a variety of different non-profit organizations. In his TED Talk ‘Living by an Ethos,’ Nick speaks about the Warrior Mindset and the importance of sacrifice, determination, and selflessness.
Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Nick is a husband, father, athlete, student, and author. He speaks multiple languages including Dari, Farsi, and Russian, and has earned a Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Ep. 71 - Education of a Wandering Man with Graham Bradley
Graham Bradley is a writer, illustrator, family man, Latter-day Saint and host of the Radcracker Podcast. We discuss how he came to write, his family life, and we explore the background of one of our favorite authors, Louis L'Amour.
Check out his YouTube channel at https://t.co/0BfNrOxCfW
Follow him on Twitter @TempusMalleo
Buy his books at https://www.amazon.com/Graham-Bradley/e/B00M5HM3FG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share
Ep. 70 - the Sweet Science with John Pliskin
John Pliskin knows the world of boxing. We talk about the state of the sport, the history of the art and the point of fighting with your fists. We discuss the book "Cinderella Man" by Jeremy Schaap and some more iconic figures. Follow John on Twitter @JohnPliskin6
Ep. 69 - Power, Courage, Wisdom with Scott Fischbuch
Scott is a returning guest and the resident expert on Jungian Typology. We discuss the book "The Psychology of Zelda". Neither of us are video-gamers but the stories behind the Legend of Zelda series transcend any means of media. The point is that all of us are on a hero's journey.
Check out the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Psychology-Zelda-Linking-World-Legend/dp/1946885347
I cannot say enough good things
Brett is one of the best people I know of. He is the epitome of strength, kindness, and grace. I look forward to hearing what he will say and who he will have on because I know I will be a better man for doing so.