When you have a day of promise and success, or everything you planned seems to systematically fall apart, what do you have to lean back on? In life, we can try to live by great quotes, inspirational pictures, or listen to motivational speakers to help us along our journey. At the end of the day, what is it that drives us from the inside? That fire that burns to propel you throughout the day, regardless of circumstances. Listen in as the team shares their daily mantras and why they choose to live by them. Jump in and get ready to ask yourself, “What is my daily mantra?”

Please share with us some of your own mantras and how they’ve changed …

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Heroes Hope: Ep: 011 – Special Guest, Judge Bryan A. Feigenbaum

Join Michael as he welcomes special guest Volusia County Veterans Court Judge Bryan A. Feigenbaum.  Judge Feigenbaum was appointed to the bench in 2010. Before becoming a judge, he was an assistant state attorney for the Office of the State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit. Judge Feigenbaum earned an undergraduate degree from Davidson College and juris doctor from the University of Florida. He currently hears criminal cases and presides over The Judge David B. Beck Veterans Court at the Volusia County Courthouse Annex at City Island in Daytona Beach.

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Heroes Hope, Ep: 005 – REBOOT Recovery

This week Michael interviews John Stevenson and Marie Hastey of REBOOT Recovery. REBOOT Recovery exists to help veterans, first responders and their families heal from the moral and spiritual wounds associated with service-related trauma.

They do this through groundbreaking trauma healing courses – REBOOT Combat Recovery and REBOOT First Responders, which provide a unique blend of clinical insight with Christian faith-based support. Their courses are private and peer-led, inclusive of the entire family, and offered at no cost to participants. Find out more at

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Veterans Unite, Ep: 006 – Dave Bray USA

Our special guest for this episode is Navy Veteran Dave Bray. Dave followed his father and brothers lead and joined the delayed entry program and the age of 17 and became a FMF Corpsman. Dave describes his on again off again relationship with his faith. He talks about how he starts his day and how that helps him to feel closer to his faith and God. We discussed where his patriotic spirit comes from and why Charlie Daniels book “Never Look at the Empty Seats” inspired him to make his storyteller album “Music on a Mission”. 

If you want to know more about Dave, his music and his mission, go to or you can find him on all social media …

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