Colin Baden is the former President and CEO of Oakley and currently serves as the Chairman of the Infinite Hero Foundation, a nonprofit that is committed to finding, funding, and supporting the most innovative approaches to healing the wounds of war.
We have a great conversation about leadership, culture, and values. Colin and his team have built an incredibly strong and distinct brand at Oakley, and it hasn’t happened by accident. We cover some really important topics like:
This is a truly insightful talk with a very unique leader. We know that you’ll get a lot out of it.
Vincent (Rocco) Vargas is a man of many talents, to include being a part owner of Article 15 Clothing, Black Rifle Coffee Company, Leadslingers Whiskey, Warfighter Tobacco, and various other pursuits. He’s also a Youtube Star, public speaker, author, cooking show host and musician among other things - in short, he’s a renaissance man.
We have a open and honest conversation about various topics, to include:
Give An Hour is a national network of mental health professionals that have pledged to provide free, confidential support to military veterans and their families. Over the past 10 years, they have provided thousands of hours of care to our community and are working to change the way that we think about mental health.
On this week’s podcast, we have the privilege of speaking with Nancy St. Claire and Rebecca Morrison, two incredible ladies and are working hard at Give An Hour’s mission.
Nancy is a licensed therapist and currently serves as Give An Hour’s COO. She began her journey as a cultural anthropologist serving alongside soldiers in Iraq. After seeing war first-hand, she ultimately decided to study psychology and practice in a clinical setting.
Rebecca is a program specialist at Give An Hour and works closely with organizations like Team RWB, Team Rubicon, and The Mission Continues to provide peer support and suicide prevention programs. She is a Gold Star spouse and has also worked with families and survivors at TAPS.
We have a very honest and sometimes raw conversation that covers:
Team RWB really appreciates Give An Hour’s work and their partnership. Nancy and Rebecca are making a difference and we know you’ll appreciate their perspective on this very important topic.
Paul Szoldra is a journalist at Business Insider, and the founder of the wildly popular military satire site The Duffel Blog, an online magazine with a vast military readership (The Secretary of Defense, James Mattis is known to be a reader).
In this week’s episode, we talk about the origin story of The Duffel Blog, as well how he creates and cultivates the irreverent, biting, relevant content that The Duffel Blog is famous for. In addition, here are some topics we cover:
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