Reclaim your Warrior Spirit. Each week, we'll be discussing tools, tactics, ideas, and strategies to help you strengthen your body, enhance your mind, and dominate life. US Marine Corps Veteran Chris Albert delivers a powerful message: life is too precious to sit idly and watch it go by. The Warrior Soul Podcast was created to help all Veterans, and anyone willing to listen, to live their best lives. Past guests include: Ryan Michler, Ben Greenfield, Remi Adeleke, Chris Bell, and so many more.
When to Quit, When to Push Through, and When to Start Again
Contrary to popular belief, there's times in our lives when we should quit. There's also times when we should push through. There's also a time when you can restart something you haven't finished.
In this episode, Chris takes you through the logic he's used through his life in determining these situations. Big thank you to the listener who emailed this question!
Stopping Self Sabotage and Raising Self Confidence with Chris and Albert
Chris Albert Palmitessa and Albert Carrasco discuss measures they've taken to deal with past trauma, raise their self confidence, and present their authentic selves to those around them.
Nobody Has an Easy Life and a Hard Life is No Excuse
This is more of a rant than anything. We all face obstacles no matter who we are, and they only get more difficult the more we accomplish.
I Just Bought Another Property and Other Updates
I haven't done an episode in a bit, so I thought I'd update you guys on where I'm at. I recently purchased a second property, which is a big deal for me because just a few short years ago, I thought owning any property would never happen for me.
Ernest Hemingway's TBIs
Ernest Hemingway is both an icon of American literature and widely considered to be the epitome of a man's man. On top of being an accomplished hunter and fisherman, Hemingway was a boxer. He served in World War I as an ambulance driver, and was present at Normandy on D-Day during World War II as a war correspondent.
Hemingway is also known for his alcoholism and the tragedy of his life. He was married five times, and he died by his own hand.
What many people don't know, is that Hemingway suffered from 9 concussions throughout his life. This is in addition to being hit in the head countless times as a boxer, and being in proximity to numerous explosions during his service in World War I.
This created a downward spiral that eventually left Hemingway unable to write a sentence.
With obvious parallels between the life of Hemingway and those of so many Veterans, I thought it important to discuss this Hemingway's TBI's on this podcast.
A lot of us are stuck where we don't want to be because we have never taken the first step toward getting to be somewhere better.
Great mindset and motivation
Chris really gets to the core of what we need to do in our lives. As a Marine myself it takes a direct approach to get things into my brain and he definitely does that. Great topics and guests! Highly recommend The Warrior Soul podcast!
Chris has endured many challenges in his life, from his time in uniform as a Marine and more recent during his transition years. Chris has the end in sight; his focus and willingness to help others in fulfilling their lives is admirable and heartfelt. Thanks Chris and keep on charging. Semper Fidelis.
Great podcast but some information from guests was misleading
First, I want to say that Chris is a great host! I myself am combat veteran with a similar past as Chris. I also suffer from UC, just like Chris. I also truly appreciate everything he’s trying to do with the podcast for the Veteran community to empower them to be better and stronger. The only issue I have is that a few of the guests have spouted off false information because they didn’t think anyone would notice, maybe, or they have an agenda. Just one small example of this would be when one of the guests said that the VA does not provide CBT, talk therapy, general therapy, or prescribe any medication for psychological/ psychiatric disorders and just rates them (often wrong or over rates them, which may be true) and then pushes them on the street. They actually saved my life with a combination of resources and now I have a doctorate degree and am a practicing healthcare provider with a wonderful family and my life together. This could be dangerous to the veteran community and cause them to lose more hope. We need to push together and provide all the facts, not just the ones that sell our prospective books. Veterans should be able to look where ever they want for help, and be provided a variety of resources. That is truly the best way we can pull ourselves up and live our best lives and excel in the prospective areas we choose to live. I do agree, however, that we need to get our generation of Veterans to lift ourselves up and form a sort of Renaissance, so to speak; but we need to do it with the truth.