Rob recently transitioned from the Army in 2020, and one of his passions is mentorship and providing people insights and lessons learned without having to actually going through the struggle. Your transition from service or from your current employment can be daunting and scary. You are not alone. Rob interviews people of various backgrounds to give you insights on the transition landscape.
PFFL- #47 - Veteran's Day 2022
Dave and I talked about Veteran’s Day and some people that we served with that we had in common and the difference in Generations that we have observed. Supporting each other through tough times after service is what we should be doing.
As mentioned in the podcast:
As For Football:
https://open.spotify.com/show/0QBTNrubLaxqyul3cjxahK?si=506c72f5b4af41dd - College Football Roundtable
https://open.spotify.com/show/2DPT7B4hpg7eWxbOSjShPq?si=cdd7fe7cf90f4688 – Army Football Show
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jcglick/ - JC Glick from Moth and Flame VR
https://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/bdtiffner.htm - CPT Tiffner
Bonus Feature from the Founder's Series - https://youtu.be/OOXhIk7AnXk
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PFFL- 46- Special Crossover LTG(R) Bolger
This is a crossover episode from my North Carolina Job, but this is a great interview, so I thought I would also put it out to this audience. I hope you enjoy the content.
Daniel P. Bolger of Aurora, Illinois, is an author, historian, and retired Lieutenant General (promoted on 21 May 2010) of the United States Army. He holds a special faculty appointment in the Department of History at North Carolina State University, where he teaches military history.
Lt. Gen. Bolger retired in 2013 from the Army. During his 35 years of service, he earned five Bronze Star Medals (one for valor) and the Combat Action Badge. His notable military commands included serving as Commanding General of the Combined Security Transition Command in Afghanistan and Commander of the NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan (2011–2013); Commanding General of the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas (deployed to Baghdad, 2009–2010); the Coalition Military Assistance Training Team in Iraq (2005–06); and U.S. Army Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations. He is also the author of books such as Why We Lost, Americans at War, The Battle for Hunger Hill, Death Ground, and The Panzer Killers.
This was a fantastic conversation, and I appreciate LTG Bolger’s time.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbqMuvnx5MU - Wargames trailer
https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/ - CIA Factbook
PFFL-#45 Dan Robinson-Byrebarn.com
Today’s guest is Dan Robinson. I have known Dan for almost 30 years, and we talked about his background, why he transitioned from the Army, and what he is doing today. Dan is also working with us at https://www.asforfootball.com/; we will do a much bigger and better profile for him in the coming weeks. We stick to the transition story; we talk about our Texas instruments calculator and agile coaching in the IT profession. I hope you enjoy the show. Again, I apologize for my weird audio echo on this one. It was much worse before I edited it. Thanks again, and I hope you enjoy this episode.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itvI1LHFv9E – Dr. Sutherland and Agile Coaching
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffsutherland/ - Dr. Sutherland's LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/danrobinson/- Dan’s LinkedIn
https://byrebarn.com/ - Dan’s New Business, Dan@byrebarn.com for more information.
PFFL-Episode #44- Ray Kimball
Today’s guest was Ray Kimball (https://www.linkedin.com/in/raykimball/) , He is a veteran, graduate, and small business owner of 42 ED Games. He is also an Army Football Fan!
His company creates unforgettable educational experiences for students. ( https://42ed.games/) Ray, noted that he found success through some entrepreneurship programs through SLF-TAP (https://www.armytap.army.mil/) .
He also mentioned an 8- week Business Certification program from Mississippi State(https://www.bagley.msstate.edu/programs/entrepreneurship-program/)
Again, I just wanted to thank Ray for his support of the show and for getting the word out about his company.
PFFL-Episode #43- Danno E. Cabesa
Thanks to today’s guest are Dan Head. Dan is a veteran; an author and a podcast personality as well as working full-time as an Electrical Engineer. Dan came on the show to talk about his transition story. Thanks again to Dan for coming on the show.
He wrote the book Swim, Bike, Run, Live, Love Repeat: A Story of Swimming, Family and Belonging - https://amzn.to/3CNXWFc
We talk about the importance of family, finding the right fit, and legacy.
Other notes from the Show:
https://linktr.ee/DannoE - All Dan’s links
https://amzn.to/3wHY8lF - Mission Transition, Matthew J Louis
https://www.spreaker.com/episode/40047428 - Matthew J Louis Interview.
PFFL-Episode #42 - Travis Johnson - nonprofitarchitect
Travis Johnson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nonprofitarchitect/) from the Nonprofit Architect Podcast. Travis is a podcaster and a veteran with some great things to share on this week’s episode.
The Nonprofit Architect is the only nonprofit podcast dedicated to giving you the actionable steps needed to build a stronger nonprofit. I interview nonprofit leaders, business leaders, and consultants to help you say no to more work and say yes to more donations.
Through thirty-six moves, twelve schools, six states, five foster homes, and surviving two murder attempts there was always some nonprofit willing to keep us sheltered, clothed, and fed. Now I am using my experience on two nonprofit boards and the $500,000 we raised to help the helpers.
Do you know how nonprofits spend all their time chasing donations? Our Partnership program helps build monthly recurring donations to allow you to say no to more work and yes to more donations. We want to interview nonprofit leaders, business leaders, and consultants that can help build stronger nonprofit leaders.
Find out more about us and book a 30-minute call that works for you at https://linktr.ee/nonprofitarchitect
As mentioned in the podcast:
Join the Veteran Podcast Network - https://nonprofitarchitect.org/veteran-podcast-network/
More on Travis Johnson - https://nonprofitarchitect.org/mediakit/
Voting is open; vote today and register for next year’s awards https://www.veteranpodcastawards.com/
Veteran Trash Talk - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsePtYQy6e-z0Th1pboSvg
As for Football - asforfootball.com @asforfootball
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