Guest: John Strickland
John Strickland is a 23 year Army veteran who served in Vietnam and later found himself suffering from PTSD. After discovering Vitanya Brain Performance Centers, John became a franchisee in order to help others increase their brain performance.
Guest: P.S. Barlow
Author, and illustrator P. S. Barlow, the creator of the popular G. I. Low comic joins me to talk about the comic, some of his experiences as a Drill Sergeant, and about how humor can help get people through difficult situations.
Guest: Lani Hankins
Lani Hankins talks to us about the struggles that service members face after leaving the military and coping with the loss of their friends.
Guest: James Conner
James Connor is a Marine Corps veteran who has been working to help veterans replace medications with alternative therapies that help PTSD and other causes of anxiety or depression.
Guest: Collie Turner
Collie Turner talks to us about her company Heroic Gardens and how it helps veterans and service members “grow hope” by connecting them with plants and nature.
Guest: Jennifer O'Neill
Jennifer O’Neill talks to us about the power of an equestrian form of therapy to help vets and their loved ones.
Guest: Margaret Rutherford
In this episode, I talk to Dr. Margaret Rutherford, the author of the book Perfectly Hidden Depression. We talk about the book, seeking mental health treatment, and a lot more.
Guest: Jeff Banman
Jeff Banman talks with us about having what he calls an operational mindset. You don’t want to miss this one.
Guest: Jason Mosel
Jason Mosel has made incredible physical accomplishments. But he’s not a natural born athlete. He keeps pushing himself outside of his comfort zone though, which enables him to attempt these huge tasks.