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and providing positivity and direction for those seeking to become an Everyday Warrior in their respective lives.
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Check-in with Coach George Karl
Host Mike Sarraille sits down with Coach George Karl, 6th winningest coach in NBA history. Mike and George discuss the first season of Truth and Tribe and highlights of Coach's career, including Dean Smith's mentorship and competing against Michael Jordan. They also review different leadership styles and the importance of team to both of their careers. This discussion is presented by Tecovas, Corvus Janitorial, Team 3LX and the Talent War Group.
The Last Mission - Remembering Michael Monsoor
On September 29, 2006, Michael ("Mikey") Monsoor jumped on a grenade in Ramadi, Iraq to save three of his brothers-in-arms. Host Mike Sarraille was one of those team members and is joined today by the others, Benny Oleson and Doug Wallace to honor Mikey 15 years after his passing. They discuss the events of that fateful day as well the grieving, trauma and other details of their deployment to Ramadi. This episode is brought to you by Tecovas, Corvus Janitorial, Team 3LX and the Talent War Group.
Humility - The Beautiful Virtue
Host Mike Sarraille is joined by Jonny Kim, a retired SEAL, Harvard MD and NASA Astronaut. Brothers together on SEAL Team 3, Mike and Jonny discuss stories from training, combat and the Battle of Ramadi. Jonny also shares his thoughts on living in the present, peer-led leadership and leaving an impact on the world. This episode is brought to you by Tecovas, Corvus Janitorial, Team 3LX and the Talent War Group.
After Action Review (Part 2)
In Part 2 of a two part After Action Review (AAR), Eddie and Host Mike Sarraille reflect on Eddie's deployments and the past two years, including his time in military prison. Eddie expands on his recovery process, including the use of psychedelic medicine, and the non profit started with his wife, Andrea, to help recovering veterans. This episode is brought to you by Corvus Janitorial Services, Buderflys, Team 3LX and the Talent War Group.
After Action Review (Part 1)
Eddie Gallagher is a retired Navy SEAL who served nine combat deployments over the past 20 years. He came to national attention in 2018 after being charged with 10 criminal offenses, including killing an ISIS prisoner in Iraq. In Part 1 of two parts, Eddie and Host Mike Sarraille discuss Eddie's service and the context leading up to his charges. This episode is brought to you by Corvus Janitorial Services, Buderflys, Team 3LX and the Talent War Group.
9/11 - 20 Years Later (Part 2)
In Part 2 of a 9/11 roundtable, Host Mike Sarraille continues to reflect on the past 20 years with four retired soldiers. The group discusses loss, career transitions and lessons learned. They also reflect on injuries, trauma and their views on the end of the War on Terror. This episode is brought to you by Corvus Janitorial Services, Buderflys, Team 3LX and the Talent War Group.
There is a lot of great content in this podcast. I really enjoy listening to high performers like himself, and his guests. I have learned alot from these episodes and has challenged and changed my view on certain topics. The podcast about Michael Mansor for instance was powerful and definitely worth listening.
I have definitely pressed the follow button on this podcast. Awesome podcast! Highly recommend.
Real life leadership from real leaders
If you want to listen to a podcast purely for entertainment with no substance, this is not the one for you. Mike is an excellent orator who has walked the walk and brings his guests lives to the forefront. His humble approach is refreshing to me. Leadership examples from real leaders make this an informative podcast without the fluff. I personally like this podcast because I can learn something from each guest. Dan Luna is a favorite of mine and if you really want to hear a heart wrenching podcast; listen to the episode that Mike and his teammates talk about Mikey Monsoor. The most emotional podcast I’ve ever listened to. 5 Stars from me and a fan for certain.
I’ve been following Mike on social media for several years. He is a gifted speaker. His enthusiasm is natural, his humility and willingness to learn is evident, and thoughfulness is profound. Whether you are looking for lessons on leadership, or life in general, follow this podcast.