Forging a winning mindset and lifestyle.
Few Will Hunt
"Everybody wants to eat, but few will hunt."Drew Beech and Joey Bowen are the founders of Few Will Hunt, an apparel company founded on the dignity of hard work. We talk about their Philly roots, how they got their start in 2017, and where they are now.
No One Cares
Do you look to phone it in when you aren't feeling 100% or when things aren't going your way? Is what is standing in your way just an excuse?
Winners don't care about excuses. They just keep forging ahead, even when it's uphill and wind in their faces.
Be A Man
What does it mean to provide for your family? How does a victim mindset prevent people from reaching their goals?
We discuss these topics as well as mentoring, role models, blue collar lifestyles, and other things that go into being a man.
Bitches Get Riches
Jess d'Arbonne is a managing editor of The Motley Fool and co-host of Bitches Get Riches, a blog and podcast dedicated to helping others with financial planning and money-based decisions.
From student loan debt to credit scores to savings accounts to real estate, we talk about it all.
What Is Success
Do you define success based solely on the outcome? Will you only be successful once you reach the finish line?
Success can be found in both the wins and losses, depending on our approach and perspective.
Visit THE STANDARD to find out more about our mission.
Health Is Wealth
If we want to take charge of our lives or careers, one of the highest priorities we must have is a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Accountability starts with honest conversations about where we are at right now and where we want to go.
Great and relevant fire info from these guys. Keep up the strong work!
This show provides advice not only for our fire service journey but life as a whole! So often we separate the two, work and home but there are certainly parallels between them and these guys hit it perfectly every show!
Literally Setting the Standard
More than just words heard on a podcast, we can see the standards John, Tim and Craig set through their shared workouts, no nonsense perspective and by the way they objectively hold themselves and the Fire Service to task through interviews with guests and their published works. Whether you get a paycheck to run calls or you’re volunteering on your own time, The Standard is a great resource for any Firefighter seeking to up their professionalism.