What does it mean to “Have it All” across Body, Being, Balance and Business? Is it even possible?
Join Forrest Walden, Founder and CEO of Iron Tribe Fitness, as he explores this concept in his debut podcast, airing every Friday.
Episode 52: Scott Mann - Finding purpose through scars : A Hero’s Journey
Scott Mann spent twenty-three years in the Army Special Forces involved in counter-insurgency and stability missions all over the world. When his career as a Green Beret came to an end, his life almost did too. Lacking purpose he found himself in a dark place. With the ability to look deep at the lessons left behind by his life scars, Scott committed to be a protector for those who don’t have a voice. Today he is the founder of Roof Top Leadership and has written a book called Game Changers. Scott also leads a non-profit The Hero’s Journey in which he empowers veterans to get back into the game of life.
Links we referenced:
Game Changers Book
Roof Top Leadership
The Hero's Journey
Breathing For Warriors
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Episode 51 - Jay Dixon : Financial Security through Lasting Relationships
Jay Dixon is a Financial Advisor and Managing Director with Northwestern Mutual and over the years, he's been privileged to witness wise people plan for the inevitable. He wakes up each day with the goal to have critical conversations with people on the things that matter most in life.
On today’s show he shares how he leads a growing team of advisors and why he loves creating an atmosphere of forced behaviors in order to see success in the areas of his life that require focused discipline.
Links we referenced:
Jay on LinkedIn
Jay on Facebook
Tommy Newberry the 4:8 Principle
Episode 50 - Matt Burton: Wealth Management, A Sacred Stewardship
Following the rules and remaining faithful in your relationship with God doesn’t come with an automatic ticket to an easy or wealthy life. Matt Burton, Founder and President of Narwhal Capital Management joins me today as he shares his journey from taking a small handful of clients - managing 200 million in assets - to a company of 20 employees overseeing 1 billion in assets today. Matt offers deeply powerful wisdom about the impact your theology has on money and how setting appropriate expectations for life will help you navigate the difficult moments along the way.
Links We Referenced:
Book: Calvin and Commerce
Narwhal Capital Management
Episode 49 - David Powell: Putting It All on the Line
David Powell understands what it takes to shatter limiting beliefs. He works each day to help others see themselves as capable of more than what they ever thought was possible. David is the owner of Southeast Lineman Training Center, a premier training school for apprentice line workers; where he consistently produces an elite group of highly trained and certified graduates.
David attributes an intense focus to consistency and the daily execution of the mundane to his overall success in life. On today’s show he shares how developing daily habits and the commitment to never quit are how he stays resilient.
Links we referenced:
Southeast Lineman Training Center
Episode 48 - Ron Alford : Redefining Possible
It’s been said that “a coach is someone who tells you what you don't want to hear, who has you see what you don't want to see, so you can be who you have always known you could be.” My guest today is Ron Alford, an executive-level sales and leadership coach for Southwestern Consulting and author of the book Redefining Possible.
Ron began his career selling educational books door to door and understands the mental component needed to win in business. With over 20 years of coaching behind him, he thrives in helping others get out of a place of fear and gain what he calls "authentic confidence."
Links we referenced:
Redefining Possible Book
Episode 47 - Richard Simmons: Biblical Principles to help you lead and win throughout life.
Richard is the best-selling author of “The True Measure of a Man”, “Reliable Truth”, “The Power of a Humble Life”, and more. On today's show, Richard shares his journey of leaving a well respected job to follow God's call to start a men's ministry. He'd noticed how men focused heavily on work, leaving little to no time for remembering spiritual things and abandoning their faith altogether because of unanswered doubts.
In late late 2000 he founded The Center for Executive Leadership, a not-for-profit, faith-based ministry in Birmingham, Alabama. Richard’s approach is structured and methodical, and his passion is transforming lives through gaining wisdom and applying truth to every area of life.
You can connect with Richard and learn more about his best selling books by visiting his site HERE.
High Caliber Content
Forrest does on the podcast what he’s already done in Iron Tribe gyms: an effective conversation that covers all the bases in a reasonable amount of time that gives you the tools to succeed. The people he’s interviewing are people who are disciplined and vibrant individuals who are interested in cultivating others around them. It’s well-worth the listen, regardless if you’re a minimum wage hourly worker, or an entrepreneur, or a CEO or even just a stay-at-home parent. Thank you Forrest for making content that matters, not just more noise on the interwebs.
I love the podcast but would love to hear more helpful insight, tips, strategy on IronTribe workouts. How to approach specific workouts, how to maximize your growth, how to get better at specific skills, strategy for long term success as an IronTribe athlete, methodology behind programming, how do you arrive at RX, etc.
A Wealth of Insight and Information!
Forrest brings so much insight into body, being, balance and business to each episode! It's the perfect blend of business tips with REAL ways to improve your life on a personal level. If you're looking for a podcast that inspires you to invest in yourself on multiple levels, this is it.