Ep: 249 – The Comeback Coach – Mr. Richard Kaufman

We have a very special guest on this week’s episode, U.S. Army Veteran, Mr. Richard Kaufman a.k.a. The Comeback Coach!

Take a listen as we get to know more about Richard.  We discuss his upbringing, how a he overcame his addiction to alcohol and what pushed him to joining the military a second time. We then talk about how meeting a man named Gary help push Richard in the direction of helping others who struggle with addiction, homelessness or PTSD.  Richard has a big heart and loves helping others, He has a podcast called “Success Your Why, Powers Your How” and can be heard on all the popular podcasting platforms.

Take a listen to this “Comeback” story as ‘The Comeback …

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Ep: 240 – The Pedophile Hunter, Craig “Sawman” Sawyer

Craig “Sawman” Sawyer’s list of accomplishments is seemingly endless: Marine, Navy Seal, Federal Air Marshall, rhino anti-poaching advocate. He’s gained a certain level of notoriety from appearing on shows like Top Shot, Sniper: Deadliest Missions and Battleground: Rhino Wars. But these days Sawman has taken up a fight much closer to home. He launched the non-profit foundation Veterans for Child Rescue in an effort to end the domestic sex trafficking of children.

In this episode, we sit down with Sawman to learn about why he chose to take up this battle. We also talk about the movie, Contraland he produced. The shocking documentary is a must-watch by everyone. Sawman is committed to battling this evil and talks about the …

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Ep: 234 – Guest Co-Host, Heather Dopson

This show I have a Special Co-Host, Heather Dopson joining.  Take a listen as we catch up with Heather and what she has been doing since her last appearance on the show (Ep:175 https://thedecisionhour.podbean.com/e/ep-175-heather-dopson-usaf-veteran-international-public-speaker/)).  Heather will be joining the show for several episodes as a Guest Host over the next several weeks.

Heather Dopson is a veteran of the US Air Force where she served as an AMMO troop assigned to the 523rd Combat Munitions Unit, 27th Fighter Win. She’s a catalyst for conversations worth having and an enabler for ideas worth exploring: she is also an advocate for authenticity.On the list of qualifications cited for her annual most interesting woman of the year nomination, her nickname “The Human …

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Heroes Publish Presents: Tactical Pause with AJ Powell

On this episode I sit down with my good friend AJ Powell. We discuss his first book ‘Tactical Pause’ which just so happens to be published by Heroes Media Groups publishing department. I asked AJ, “When you were active duty, did you have a mentor? A senior Petty Officer or Chief Petty Officer that you looked up to, who guided you, showed you what right looked like, and helped you progress?”

We ALL need a mentor like that in our lives, to help us grow personally and professionally, to reach and exceed our potentials, and move on to accomplish great and meaningful things in our lives…

NonCommissioned Officers and Petty Officers are ALL supposed to be able to do 5 …

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Marco DeLaRosa was stationed at Camp Pendleton in 1993, when he was attempting to stop a robbery outside the base and was shot in the back. The bullet, which is still in his back, injured his spinal cord at the T4/T5 levels, leaving the now medically retired Marine Corporal a paraplegic. The Marine Corps veteran has been a quick study in para shooting after giving the sport a try at an event in 2014. In his first competition at the National Veteran Wheelchair Games, he bested the field by more than 100 points. He made a splash at his IPC debut in 2015 at the World Cup in Fort Benning, Georgia, and finished second at the 2016 World Cup in …

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