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Special Guest: Chad Hennings!!

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Today we are speaking to one of my personal heroes and a truly amazing individual. Chad Hennings played nine seasons for the Dallas Cowboys during the 1990s. Before that he was an Air Force fighter pilot who flew more than forty humanitarian missions during the first Gulf War. He won the Outland Trophy as the best interior lineman in the country while playing football for the Air Force Academy. Currently, he is a husband, father, businessman and speaker for Christian and business audiences. In all of the roles Chad Hennings has been privileged to play in life he has seen that the persistent "go-it-alone" myth in our society traps men from connecting in a meaningful way with other men. In fact, men in our society are emotionally disconnected from each other and from God. In this book Chad wants to share the lessons he has learned that will make a difference in men's lives and tear down the walls that separate men from each other and their true selves. This book will offer men a plan for a new approach to life that stresses: 1. Crafting character and vision for ones self 2. Healing the troubled past 3. Developing a work ethic 4. Committing to self-care 5. Finding fulfillment 6. Living with spirituality 7. Making a strategic life plan 8. Serving the family 9. Male bonding 10. Developing an understanding of money 11. Community service 12. Redefining success Mr. Hennings work entitled, "Rules of Engagement: Finding Faith and Purpose in a Disconnected World" is an amazing handbook for men of all ages. I consider it one of the pivotal books of my life. Mr. Hennings describes how men in our society become emotionally disconnected from other men and from God. From his years as an Air Force pilot, he describes how important a "wingman" is to the pilot and how he has applied that concept into a civilian ministry. I am truly excited about this interview.