Daryl Hill is a United States Naval Academy graduate who served as a Marine Corps Officer. He is also a highly successful ecommerce entrepreneur. But it wasn't always flourishes and roses. At one point, just a few years ago, Daryl was living out of his car in North Carolina with nothing but his clothes and a few books.
In this episode we get into the meat of what it takes to build a business and become a true entrepreneur.
- How Daryl goes about setting up his ecommerce businesses.
- How Daryl went about building his network.
- How to find a mentor
- Why it's a mistake to only depend on social media for marketing your business.
- Some of the biggest mistakes Daryl sees new entrepreneurs making when they go into ecommerce.
In this episode of Warrior Soul Health Talk we cover tactics for recovery from training for performance and tactical athletes. We cover everything from proper hydration to supplementation, along with simple practices that you can implement in your daily life to enhance your performance in the gym, in the field, or anywhere.
Warrior Fitness Talk is a weekly segment where Matt and Chris get together to discuss the latest in health, fitness, and nutrition.
In this week's episode we discuss:
- Whether or not whey protein is good for you
- Alternatives to whey protein powder
- Collagen protein and its benefits
- Why Connor McGregor seemed to gas in the Mayweather fight
When we think of Olympic champions, we often think about athletes who were bred into something and who thought of themselves competing in the Olympics for their entire lives. Erin Cafaro Mackenzie has always been an athlete, but the thought of Olympic Gold in rowing only came into her mind several years before she started competing.
Erin's first love was basketball, and she came from the Central Valley in California. She got into rowing when she walked on at UC Berkley. At 5'9 she's much smaller than other competitors in rowing, and that meant she had to work her butt off. And work she did. A coach once said that she could "run through a brick wall," and she worked her way to becoming an Olympic champion...twice.
Over the past few years, Erin has switched gears and begun coaching along with her husband and well known strength and conditioning coach, Brian Mackenzie, at Power, Speed, and Endurance. Today, Erin has stepped away from her leadership role at PSE and is examining her life in the sunset of her rowing career.
This podcast is loaded with information for athletes, competitors, and those of you in the military and civilian world who are about to go through a transition or who are trying to figure out their next step and path to the future.
Erin was also an awesome interview and I think we keep it very entertaining.
Let me know what you think!
Remembering the sacrifice of those we lost on that day and since.
Investigative journalist and anthropologist Scott Carney (scottcarney.com) has worked in some of the most dangerous and unlikely corners of the world. His work blends narrative non-fiction with ethnography. Currently, he is a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism and a 2016-17 Scripps Fellow at the Center for Environmental Journalism in Boulder, Colorado. What Doesn’t Kill Us, his most recent book, is a New York Times bestseller; other works include The Red Marketand A Death on Diamond Mountain. Carney was a contributing editor at Wired for five years and his writing also appears in Mother Jones, Men’s Journal, Playboy, Foreign Policy, Discover, Outside and Fast Company. His work has been the subject of a variety of radio and television programs, including on NPR and National Geographic TV. In 2015 he founded WordRates, a website that aims to add transparency to the business of journalism with Yelp-esque reviews of magazines and editors. In 2010, he won the Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism for his story “Meet the Parents,” which tracked an international kidnapping-to-adoption ring. Carney has spent extensive time in South Asia and speaks Hindi. He attended Kenyon College and has a masters degree in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He currently lives in Denver, CO
Patrick McKeown is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin. In 2002, Patrick completed his clinical training in the Buteyko Breathing Method at the Buteyko Clinic, Moscow, Russia. This training was accredited by Professor Konstantin Buteyko. Having suffered from asthma, rhinitis and sleep-disordered breathing for over 20 years, Patrick is able to offer both theoretical knowledge and his own experiences to help clients to overcome similar challenges.
To date, Patrick has written seven books and produced four DVD sets on the Buteyko Method, including two Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk bestsellers for the management of asthma: Close Your Mouth and Asthma-Free Naturally. The Buteyko self-help manual Close Your Mouth has been translated into ten different languages including French, German, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian and Russian. His latest book titled The Oxygen Advantage, improves sports performance by addressing dysfunctional breathing patterns and simulating high altitude training. The Oxygen Advantage is currently available in English and Italian, and due to be published in Arabic, Dutch, Japanese, Polish and Spanish.
Patrick is Clinical Director of the Buteyko Clinic International and Chairman of its Advisory Board. Patrick’s professional memberships include Fellow of The Royal Society of Biology and full member of the Academy of Applied Myofunctional Sciences. Patrick holds regular workshops and talks about breathing pattern disorders in countries worldwide including the USA, Canada, Australia, Israel, Denmark, France, Holland, the UK, and his native Ireland. He has trained Buteyko practitioners from 38 countries and delivers group Buteyko courses in London, Dublin, Galway and Sydney. A TEDxspeaker, Patrick’s work has touched the lives of thousands and more worldwide.
Patrick’s work has been published by leading publishing houses including Harper Collins (UK), William Morrow Press (USA), Red Wheel Weiser (USA) and Sperling & Kupfer (Italy). Journal publications include The Journal of the American Orthodontic Society and Clinical Otolaryngology.