RMIT hosts Mike Freeman and Tyler Goold invite you along on their quest to learn how to be the richest men in town.
Episode #29: "Back to Basics"
In this episode...Show NotesWho said it..."Kindness is the essence of greatness and the fundamental characteristic of the noblest men and women I have known. Kindness is a passport that opens doors and fashions friends. It softens hearts and molds...
Episode #28: "The More You Love"
In this episode...The guys sit down with Mr. Lupe Cordova to hear his story of faith and family. The cool thing about Lupe's family story is that there might not be another one like it. Lupe lets us in on his early plans for his life and how God had...
Episode #27: "Life or the Galaxy?"
In this episode...Ashton Buswell joins the program this week and the guys get into all kinds of great discussions with Ashton. Just a few of the many topics discussed include:Dealing with distractionsIntentionalityImproving relationships Being...
Episode #26: "Music Time With Dad"
In this episode...The guys have a historic moment in the evolution of the RMIT podcast. Tyler and Mike welcome their first lady guest, the incomparable Katie Sellers. As a tribute to Mike's dear friend John Brandeburg who passed away in the spring of...
Episode #25: "Winning the Right Way"
In this episode...This week's guest is our very first Ironman Triathlon participant. Our good friend, Sergio Carzoli, tells the guys his story of tenacity, perseverance, and power. His "rich life" starts in Juarez, Mexico and eventually takes him all...
Episode #24: "Be a Leaf in the Stream"
In this episode...Tyler and Mike are treated with a Mt. Rushmore guest. Dr. Doug McMullin visits the RMIT to share his journey of discipleship. He imparts so many valuable "rich life" lessons as he shares his experiences. Topics include:Implicit...
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It’s a WONDERFUL Podcast
I by chance came across this podcast this morning. How did I not know about this earlier?!? I haven’t even finished the first episode yet when I immediately opened a document to take notes of things I might learn. I also listed the things that pulled on my heart that I hope to hear and learn. I believe 100% that our wealth is not in our assets profile, but in the abundance found in our relationships-especially in family. I have also learned that not all the people I love share that belief and the pain and heartache that comes from that dichotomy. I am learning to not be afraid when belief systems are challenged. The intro to your show has peaked my interest. I will probably binge it this weekend on our long drive home on I-80. George Bailey fills my heart every December. I am amazed every-time. How can something I have seen over and over feel new and so meaningful? The answer is because it teaches a universal truth. The kind of truth that doesn’t change. The kind of truth that if was discovered by all people would heal. Keep it up Tyler and Mike!