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  • 02:17

    Episode 1042: F.O.O.L.S. Radio

    in Training

    Robbie Fisher (Educational Trustee) and Ben Fleagle (Secretary) will be talking with Zach King (Pres. Lone Star F.O.O.L.S.) about his article on fireground tempo. Zach's artilce is titled, Slow is Smooth, Smooth is Fast. Join us for the discussion.


    President Richie Stack will go over some F.O.O.L.S. news and will recap FDIC 2015. Also, we will get a convention update from Brothers of the Boot.


    The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society is an organization dedicated to the camaraderie and brotherhood forged between firefighters.  The F.O.O.L.S. provide real fire training for real firefighters and feel it is their duty to keep their brother and sisters in the fire service as safe as possible on the fireground.    

  • 00:29

    The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis #5

    in Business


    The disease of poor coordination. Once leaders lose a sense of community among themselves, the body loses its harmonious functioning and its equilibrium; it then becomes an orchestra that produces noise: its members do not work together and lose the spirit of camaraderie and teamwork. When the foot says to the arm: ‘I don’t need you,’ or the hand says to the head, ‘I’m in charge,’ they create discomfort and parochialism. 

    Join Daniel and Johnnie as they continue their journey is some of the most profound leadership qualities and how they can cause you to hurt you career, business or corporation.


    To read the rest of this incredible story written by Harvard Business Review - Gary Hamel


    Click here: http://snip.ly/4HDD#https://hbr.org/2015/04/the-15-diseases-of-leadership-according-to-pope-francis 



  • 01:00

    AUTOBAHN COUNTRY CLUB ENDURO RACE

    in Sports

    Tune in to TalkingRacingZ with Steve Tomaszewski "LIVE@ The www.Autobahncc.com  Country Club Racing Club.


    When first approached about the concept of a private race track just outside of Chicago,
    I thought to myself ” what a great idea!”


    Little did I realize that the real thing would surpass the concept.


    I decided to build at Autobahn because of the quality of the facility, the challenging nature of the track itself and the camaraderie of it’s Members with a common passion for fast cars!


    Over the years, Autobahn Country Club has been a great place for me to entertain family, friends and business associates. It’s truly my motorsports home.


    Bobby Rahal


    Indy 500 Champion & Autobahn Member


    If you own a fast car isn’t this
    what you really want to do?


    Open it up, no speed limits, test the cars performance and develop your ability as a driver. Enjoy your passion on your schedule.


    Everything you need is here including, on site storage, great service, amazing food, karting etc.


    You can leave your car at Autobahn. Show up to drive, race and still be home for dinner if you like.


    To Learn More, call Ron Dabisch at 815-823-8570, or email to 

  • 00:55

    Interview With IFBB Hall of Fame Pro Bodybuilder FLEX WHEELER - #335

    in Fitness

    IFBB Hall of Fame Professional Bodybuilder Flex Wheeler believes that his willingness to be vulnerable and openly share his struggles with the world is sometimes a weakness. However, that didn't hold him back from telling his compelling life story during this podcast.


    Flex talks about some of the very best contest appearances, events and feelings that he experienced as a bodybuilder--and what he's doing these days as a driven businessman.


    Wheeler explains why he feels that the camaraderie, connection, and competitiveness among the Gold's Gym Venice bodybuilders of the 90s made a much tighter group than the legendary closeness among Arnold  Schwarzenegger and the "Pumping Iron" crew back in the 70s. He also reveals who was the real leader of the 90s bodybuilding stars back then. His answer will surprise you.


    The bodybuilding legend discusses the challenges he had growing up dealing with the childhood trauma of sexual abuse and low self esteem. He also talks about the suicidal thoughts that's he's battled most of his life and how they have only subsided a little over a decade ago.


    Get the "The Mindset and Actions of a Powerful Alpha Male Leader" 11-hour audio seminar program and workbooks FREE by clicking HERE.


    Six-time national champion bodybuilder, one-on-one peak performance coaching specialist, Mass Machine Nutrition supplement company owner, and speaker, Skip La Cour, offers his expert advice on training, nutrition, and motivation that will help you take your efforts to the next level. 

  • 00:30

    The LGBT Community Center of The Desert (The Center): A Glimpse Inside

    in LGBT

    As we learn at TheCenterPS.org, "The story of The Center (also known as The LGBT Community Center of The Desert) is one of success. This vibrant organization is undergoing a dramatic expansion to better serve our seniors, to embrace the diversity of our Valley, to build camaraderie, to provide wellness and social services – and to enrich the lives of the LGBT community. The magnitude of commitment to The Center’s mission in this community is striking. Through the contributions of our members, volunteers, donors, business partners, board and staff, we are addressing urgent needs of hunger, depression, isolation and building a community center that brings people together for health, for wellness, for socializing, for FUN and for a broad array of shared interests."


    On May 21st, 2015, at the beautiful home of Palm Springs City Council Candidate Geoff Kors and his husband, Palm Springs Unified School Board Member James Williamson, The Center's Executive Director Mike Thomspon addressed existing and future members of The Center's Ocotillo Club (major donors) about how far the organization has come, and where it's headed.  They say, "Be a part of this success story as it unfolds. Join us...You are welcome here."


    Follow Nicholas on Twitter and Facebook to be alerted at the start of live broadcasts!


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  • 02:19

    Episode 1007: FOOLS Radio

    in Training

    The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society is an organization dedicated to the camaraderie and brotherhood forged between firefighters.  The F.O.O.L.S. provide real fire training for real firefighters and feel it is their duty to keep their brother and sisters in the fire service as safe as possible on the fire ground    

  • 01:39

    Episode 977: FOOLS Radio

    in Training

    The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society is an organization dedicated to the camaraderie and brotherhood forged between firefighters.  The F.O.O.L.S. provide real fire training for real firefighters and feel it is their duty to keep their brother and sisters in the fire service as safe as possible on the fire ground   

  • 01:09

    Talking Motorcycling with Why We Ride Films Bryan Carroll and James Walker!

    in Sports

    In their first appearance anywhere in media, Bryan Carroll and James Walker join us to announce their newest motorcycling film project and you can join in! Why We Ride Flims produced the critically acclaimed "Why We Ride". Now their lates project is launching and it centers around the legendary 75th Sturgis Rally!


    The impetus for the new movie stems partly from this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally being the 75th Anniversary of that motorcycling institution. In recent years, the Sturgis rally has drawn half a million participants, but attendance estimates for this year's anniversary rally exceed one million riders. There may never be a better time to capture the passion, dedication and camaraderie of the motorcycling community, and there certainly is no better place than the iconic Sturgis gathering.


    When making Why We Ride, Sturgis was the first filming location, and it had an immediate emotional effect on the filmmakers. "There is a spirit there that enters you and grabs your heart," says Bryan H. Carroll, producer/director. "The beauty of the Black Hills is God given. You put your hand on a boulder and you feel this energy; you can feel it in the air. It's easy to understand why American Indians hold this place sacred."

    "Sturgis is not just a place--it's who we are," continues Carroll. "When you say, 'I am an American,' it's not about your address or even where you were born. It's in your DNA, your spirit. It's why people from all over the world have been coming to this country for the past 250 years. It was always in them--they just needed a place to gather and be around like-minded people. This is the same story as Sturgis. There are many of us out there who are still venturing, still seeking out that next journey."


    Thanks for joining us for this special "Talking Motorcycles" powered by SOZO!

  • 02:02

    Red River Radio Presents Guests J Todd Underhill and Cynthia Sharp

    in Poetry

    Host Barbara Ehrentreu presents a very special show of Red River Radio Tales from the Pages on Thursday, March 26th at 4PM EST. It isn't ofen my listeners get to hear an experienced radio host and today my guest is J. Todd Underhill. J. Todd Underhill started his broadcasting career back in 1994 while he was still in college and continued pursuing both his radio career and his poetry until the present. He has been an announcer for both wrestling and race cars as well as an MC for several poetry cafes in the Denver area. His passion has always been poetry and he has published three books, Partners in Rhyme with Georgia based poet Amanda Norton,Tome I: Genesis  and Tome II : Genesis. His exuberant personality and his talent have created along with his co-broadcasters, Michael Amidei and JT Gunter, a place for any poet to read and have his or her poetry appreciated without judgement. World Open Mic:  http://www.worldpoetryopenmic.net creates a platform for poets all over the world. As you can see I am very excited to bring this unique and talented poet to my listeners. I am a big fan of the show and I just started listening a few months ago. The camaraderie of the poets who convene on Friday nights to listen to and read poetry is unique. Through World Poetry Open Mic I have met some very talented and prolific poets. One of these poets who has inspired me and who also is an author with many years of both teaching experience and writing poetry is Cynthia Sharp. Cynthis lives in British Columbia, Canada and I am also very excited to bring her to my listeners. Cynthia's book How to Write Poetry:  http://www.amazon.com/How-Write-Poetry-Resource-Students-ebook/dp/B00PPYC8N8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1425857850&sr=8-1&keywords=How+to+Write+Poetry+by+Cynthia+Sharp excellent for both novice and experienced poets. Again this is a show that is not to be missed!! 


     


     

  • 02:05

    Episode 947: FOOLS Radio

    in Training

    The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society is an organization dedicated to the camaraderie and brotherhood forged between firefighters.  The F.O.O.L.S. provide real fire training for real firefighters and feel it is their duty to keep their brother and sisters in the fire service as safe as possible on the fire ground   

  • 00:30

    EP5: One Savvy Veteran Meosha Thomas Tells Story of Service, In Uniform & Beyond

    in Military

    I am a single mother of 2 daughters (12 and 3) trying to make a positive impact and difference in this world while raising my daughters to do the same. I served 10 years active duty in the United States Navy before I was injured supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. I was honorably discharged and retired from military service due to my extensive injuries and sent home in 2010. When I returned home, it was hard to find a place that had all the information I needed to help me transition from military service to civilian life. The few organizations I did find gave inaccurate information. It was a very frustrating and lonely time in my life. In the military, we are a part of a team with a purpose. I was isolated and missed the camaraderie that comes with the sisterhood of military service. I also noticed that as few services as there were for veterans, there was even FEWER services for women veterans. My mother instilled in me that “if you are not a part of the solution, then you are a part of the problem.” I wanted to create an organization that I did not have when I got out of the military. An organization that encouraged, educated and empowered women veterans helping them successfully navigate from military service to civilian life. One Savvy Veteran is a source of support, assistance, resources and camaraderie for women veterans. So, I left my prestigious job and created a solution like my mother taught me and the military trained me.

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