8 episodes

Humble Unwavering Motivated People Sacrificing for All.

The Working Class HUMP is a podcast about hard-working people. Who with blood on their knuckles, callouses on their hands, scabs on their shins and sweat on their brow. People out of sheer principle just would not quit and with continued hard work found themselves in positions that could make a difference in someone else's life along with their own.

Just from being hard working-class humps.

Humility, Love and Respect in perpetuity.

The Working Class HUMP Jon Deitz

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

Humble Unwavering Motivated People Sacrificing for All.

The Working Class HUMP is a podcast about hard-working people. Who with blood on their knuckles, callouses on their hands, scabs on their shins and sweat on their brow. People out of sheer principle just would not quit and with continued hard work found themselves in positions that could make a difference in someone else's life along with their own.

Just from being hard working-class humps.

Humility, Love and Respect in perpetuity.

    Deitz Playbook: Work Will Win When Wishing Won't

    Deitz Playbook: Work Will Win When Wishing Won't

    This episode Jon Deitz and Jan Almasy explore a page out of the Deitz Playbook! Throughout Jon's life, he has gained a lot of wisdom and loves to share it with people willing to listen. 

    This episode they talk about...

    1. Work Will Win When Wishing Won't

    2. We all only get 3 to 5 friends

    3. They only thing more exhilarating than life...is a second chance. 

    • 35 min
    The Liberating Journey from a Argentine Dictator, to the American Dream w/ Laura Farber

    The Liberating Journey from a Argentine Dictator, to the American Dream w/ Laura Farber

    From Argentina to California’s  Gold Coast.

    Laura Farber has been determined to make a positive difference in people's lives by wielding fairness through the Scales, of Lady Justice, yet still so committed to her community, that through hard work, and indefatigable perseverance found herself as the First Latina President of the Tournament of Roses.

    We are so proud to present to our listeners, the life, and adventures; of… Laura Farber!!

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Russel Branham: NASCAR's Covert Operator

    Russel Branham: NASCAR's Covert Operator

    Russel Branham is NASCAR’s Covert Operator. Always a gentleman, Always a Father, all the while being the Consummate professional Consummate promoter. The best friend any Brand could ever ask for, and for almost 30 years; A True Friend to me. Russell is a gem of a man, with great stories of relationships fostered from the grassroots of his humble Darlington South Carolina beginning‘s.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    "Can I tell a Woody Hayes Story?" w/ Jim Tressel

    "Can I tell a Woody Hayes Story?" w/ Jim Tressel

    In this episode, Jon sits down and interviews Coach Jim Tressel. The conversation talks about family pets including Jim's pet alligator. They also talk about Jim's family, his sporting career, and then becoming a coach. They reminisce of Jim's coaching career and then dive even deeper into his next chapter in his life at Youngstown State.  

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Hard Work, Works When Making History w/ Kevin Warren

    Hard Work, Works When Making History w/ Kevin Warren

    Kevin Warren has, through adversity, forged a career of firsts.

    Kevin officially took over on Jan. 2 as Big Ten commissioner, becoming the first person of color to assume command of a Power 5 collegiate sports conference.

    "Defining the Epitome of consistent never surrender hard work and work ethic:

    Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren Shows how to get it done, with love, grace, respect, and empathy.

    Join us for a conversation with this kind history-making man."

    ~Jon Deitz

    • 1 hr 8 min
    From Dirt Floor Basement to NFL Coach w/ Ron Blackledge

    From Dirt Floor Basement to NFL Coach w/ Ron Blackledge

    In this episode, Jon interviews Ron Blackledge. They dive into Ron's life and his sports career. It all began for Ron Blackledge from a humble beginning of being born and raised in his aunt's garage with four siblings. Moving from a garage to just a dirt floor basement. 

    He then coached at Canton South for three years. Then he coached at highschools for seven years. Then he coached at five colleges for 14 years. Then he coached in the NFL for 16 years. 

    • 57 min

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