I Can Do with Benjamin Lee
By Benjamin Lee
Introducing the “I Can Do” podcast – the ultimate destination for faith-based personal development, where spiritual growth, physical health, and personal transformation converge. Join me, a Minister, Author, Certified Christian Life Coach, and Ultraspeaking Coach, as we embark on a life-changing journey together, unlocking your true potential and empowering you to live a purpose-driven, balanced, and fulfilled life.
I Can Do with Benjamin LeeNov 03, 2021
E215: In Case You Missed It
In this episode, I share a quick reminder about a trap to avoid during the holiday season.
- I update what's happening with the podcast during the holiday.
- I share a new podcast I'm creating which begins December 1st.
E214: Mind Gym Bro with Jim Brault
Jim Brault has spent 40 years searching out the best methods to train the mind. He ran one of the top Tony Robbins franchises, and was CEO of Navy SEAL Commander Mark Divine's Unbeatable Mind and SEAL FIT companies.
He is certified in breathwork, yoga, hypnotherapy, and has multiple black belts, and was a Fortune 500 CHRO. He is the author of 4 books, including Easy Makes Us Weak, is a sought after coach, and is the creator of Mind Gym Bro.
You can find Jim and connect with him at:
Facebook: Mind Gym Bro
Linkedin: Mind Gym Bro
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You can connect with me by going to www.benjaminlee.blog
E213: Maureen Michele Petersen, MD on Reclaiming Life
Maureen Michele Petersen, MD is an award-winning leader, life coach, author, and physician. As a general pediatrician and allergist/immunologist, she has spent her career caring for patients with a variety of acute and chronic health problems. She is a military veteran and has enjoyed using her story-telling talent to teach young physicians the art of medicine. She is an accomplished life coach who helps parents of chronically ill children regain control of their lives and thrive at fulfillment. Maureen is the mother of three amazing children and has first-hand experience with being a parent of a child with long-term health issues. Maureen enjoys jumping rope, hiking, and playtime with her two extraordinary four-legged sidekicks!
You will enjoy this discuss and wisdom from Dr. Maureen!
E212: Korede Adedoyin: CEO of The Vemoye Foundation
You will be greatly encouraged from this conversation with Korede Adedoyin!
She is doing so many great things in the world! She is also my first International Guest! Awesome.
You can find her bio below.
Korede Adedoyin is the founder and CEO of The Vemoye Foundation; a charity set up to build Africa’s future workforce by increasing access to STEM education. Vemoye supports over 10,000 students across the West African region through its partner organisations.
Korede is also a Trustee for East London Connect, an education-based charity that helps black inner-city students in London aim higher and obtain a place within a Russell Group University. As a Law graduate from the University of Warwick, she is passionate about giving other young people the same educational exposure she had.
You can find Korede on
E211: Navigating Difficult Days
In my most recent sermon, I began with a passage from Ecclesiastes Chapter 3, verses 1-9. The preacher begins by saying, "There is a time for everything."
Those are challenging words to hear, yet necessary. In life, there will be difficult days to face. How we navigate them will make all the difference.
Faith will be required!
E210: Mick, the Doctor of Digital Smith on Life, Faith, Work, and the Burning of America
I had a great conversation with Dr. Mick Smith. Mick, has a Ph.D and is an author, consultant, and is also a voice talent.
With over 4,000 books in his personal library, Mick knows a lot about history!
Mick also has a podcast called The Doctor of Digital. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-doctor-of-digital-gmick-smith-phd/id1545085984
In this episode, we discussed the following:
- How to setup your podcast. (0:00)
- The importance of having a podcast. (2:46)
- How did you get started in the industry? (5:55)
- The power of being a communicator. (11:17)
- Introverts vs. extroverts. (13:02)
- The importance of confidence in yourself. (20:18)
- The value of having a book library. (23:30)
- The burning america trilogy. (26:47)
- How do you find your passion? (33:19)
- Find something you’re passionate about. (36:49)
- The story of how my dad became indispensable. (42:29)
- How to stay on a consistent path of writing. (45:16)
You can also find his book called "The Burning of America" on Amazon. https://a.co/d/0yoXN0Q Below is a description of it.
This fictional account exposes the dark underbelly of the custody industry in American villages. Children are treated like footballs and are simply kicked from place to place, parental rights are routinely violated, often with one parent who is considered no more than a paycheck, and the custody enterprise of judges, lawyers, and counselors profit from the displacement and misery of children. The novel punches hard in the gut and does not let up until the untimely and tragic climax. Paul Theus is a respectable middle-class professor until his peaceful world is shattered as we find out from the first line: "No parent prepares for a child to be taken." Beware of strangers and watch out for the big bad wolf kids are told but what if a family unit is smoldered from within by a mother? Paul found the note that his wife was leaving for awhile tucked in a book about the Jon Bonet Ramsey child murder. The Bohemian mother Anne Theus inflames the threat posed by the idea that it takes the village court to raise a child. Do the courts really act in the best interest of the children? Parents plan for their children's home, school, clothes, food, and happiness but once the Theus' five-year daughter is kidnapped we are barraged by conflict for over three years until the terminal end. Is the terminal ending tragic or the only possible resolution to the conflict? You decide.
E209: Running with Running Coach Jessie B. Gruca
Jessie B. Gruca is a Boston Qualifying runner who is on a journey to complete a marathon in all 50 states began to visit friends and travel. Since beginning she has completed 24 marathons (in 22 states) along with multiple 5Ks, 10Ks, and half marathons. She has also had her experience as a triathlete completing many Sprint and Olympic distance triathlons along with a half ironman. Her motivation has allowed her to self-coached herself to PRs after reading multiple running books before finally deciding to get her RRCA running coach certification in 2021, to be able to help other runners improve their running and find the thrill as well. Her current PRs are a 19:32 5K, 1:30 half marathon, and 3:13 marathon. Jessie’s coaching philosophy is to make running fun while working hard to reach our goals! A lot goes into having a good training block including building up the aerobic base through easy running but also including speed work and longer runs based on the race distance, goals, and experience. To be a well-rounded runner, she values the importance of also including strength training and mobility work to improve performance and as a way to prehab to help avoid potential injuries. She can relate to having fully scheduled days and limited time to help provide ways to fit running into our lives in an enjoyable way while giving feedback and support throughout training. Not having left the Metro Detroit area in Michigan all of her life, she received her Bachelor's (2011) and Master’s (2012) in Civil Engineering at the University of Michigan and works as a Transmission Line Engineer at a Utility company. She is married to a Physical Therapist who runs his own clinic, a mom of two kids (boy and girl), and has a dog who joins her on a lot of her runs. Outside of running, working, and trying to stay on top of the family activities, she likes cozying up to read a book or watch TV shows, all things Disney, traveling, getting ice cream, and spending time with friends and family.
You can find her on Instagram @running.with.roses.
Her linktree is linktr.ee/running.with.roses
- What did Jesus teach concerning Discipleship?
- Why is being a disciple a challenge at times? What gets in the way?
- This is what I recently preached on from Luke Chapter Nine verses 23-26.
I Can Do...So Can You!
E207: Candy Corn and the rise of the COTC (Children of the Corn)
In this Episode, I'm somehow talking about Candy Corn in a Candy Corn T-Shirt (which is really nice by the way)!
I tell the story of me not eating Candy Corn and others who are trying to persuade me to eat the Halloween/Fall Treat.
Are you one of the COTC or are you against Candy Corn?
If you want to join in on the fun in this great debate, you can follow my Facebook page dedicated to me against Candy Corn called Ben's Candy Corn Page!
E206: Do your goals scare you?
It's easy to become complacent and to rest on the accomplishment of the past.
But to get better, we have to keep challenging ourselves.
Our goals need to scare us.
E205: Who are we deceiving?
In this episode, we look turn to God's word to consider what it has to say about deceit.
It can be easy to deceive ourselves.
Have you been deceiving yourself?
E204: Seven Daily Habits of the Super Fit
I recently read a newsletter from Huel which caught my attention on the importance of habits and consistency.
I share these thoughts in this episode.
Habits and Systems are key when it comes to winning in nutrition and fitness.
Thanks for listening wherever you may be!
Please leave me a review and let me know how this podcast is helping you!
E203: Marvelous or Marvelously Helped?
There is so much to learn from the Kings recored in the Old Testament.
In this episode, we consider a few from 2 Chronicles 25-26.
We learn how God is able to help and to bring down.
We will learn a valuable lesson about pride, the power of God, and how we should view ourselves.
E202: How to encourage yourself
King David found himself in a very challenging situation in 1 Kings 30:1-6. Yet we see how he was able to navigate it.
It was not through his own strength, but rather God's. He encouraged himself in the Lord.
This podcast looks at how we can do exactly that!
E201: My conversation with Jay Robb the G.O.P (Guru of Peace)
For a number of years I've been using Jay Robb whey isolate protein. I've been a big fan of protein shakes and this has been one of my go to shakes.
Recently, I was curious and reached out to the man behind the supplement to see if he would be interested being on my show. He said yes!
In this conversation, we discuss Jay's passion for fitness, health, and promoting peace.
We talk about his journey into business and what his biggest priority is now.
I appreciate Jay Robb being on the show.
He has a genuine heart.
It was a fun conversation and different from many that I've had most recently.
We had a conversation where we talked about a variety of spiritual topics.
It's not often that people are willing to share what they believe.
Jay and I have many common beliefs and some that differ, but none the less it was an epic conversation.
Here's where you can find Jay.
Jay Robb, “The Guru of Peace”. More info JayRobb.com. Questions, problems or just say hi? Guru@jayrobb.com
E200: The LORD Lives
A common statement found throughout the Scriptures is, "The LORD Lives."
In this episode, we take a look at what this means and the significance of it in our lives.
The LORD Lives!
E199: The Holy Spirit and Feelings
In this episode, we study what the Bible has to say concerning the Holy Spirit and Feelings.
The book of Acts sheds a great deal of light as we study the Holy Spirit.
Sometimes, feelings can override the facts that are given to us in scripture.
We must be able to navigate the Facts of what the Holy Spirit has done and our Feelings.
E198: Just for Today!
Dale Carnegie in his book, "How to stop worrying and start living" shares a program that will bring about more cheerfulness and decrease worry.
It's called "Just for Today" and was created by Sibyl F. Partridge. There are 10 action items in this daily program.
In this episode, I share each one and challenge you to implement these into your life.
Just for Today! Jesus says, "Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble." Matthew 6:34
E197: Do Not Worry
Is it possible? Can it really be as simple as Jesus says in the Sermon on the Mount?
Do not worry!
There are numerous actions we can learn from the Holy Scriptures to help us to overcome being consumed with worry.
E196: You Snooze You Lose! The Parable of the Ten Virgins
Are you a procrastinator?
Do you find yourself rushing until the last minute to get certain action items completed?
While we can recover in certain areas of our life when we fall behind, there's an area of our lives where we must stay prepared!
E195: Why Am I Feeding Pigs?
Choices have consequence. The consequences may be good or they may be bad.
In this sermon, I discuss a young man who found himself feeding pigs. He reached the lowest of the low.
Have you ever found yourself in a place like that? Listen as we learn why we sometimes may find ourselves feeding pigs.
E194: Why Did Jesus Have To Die?
It's a question a lot of people want answers too.
How would you answer this question?
Let's study together and see what the Bible has to say!
E193: "What If..." with RN/Health Coach/Personal Trainer Lee Forrester
I had a great conversation with Coach Lee Forrester. You will be inspired listening to Lee and her journey to health. Something that really stood out to me was her excitement about life and getting better. In this conversation, we discuss:
- Lee's challenges growing up being overweight.
- The power of our thoughts and why they are so important.
- Why it's never too late to get started with exercise.
- Aging doesn't have to be awful.
As a child Lee felt invisible and insignificant and found being overweight an additional struggle. Self image issues stemming from childhood can hold a person from personal and work life success.
Now that Lee has found healthier ways to eat well and be well, she now uses that experience to guide others who also battle with unwanted weight particularly women in their 40's and 50's to a place where they feel in charge and in control of their bodies while gaining confidence so they can show up fully in life and professionally while getting into their best health ever.
Lee is best known for her common sense holistic approach to good food, and health while finding a way to move (exercise if you will)so that you can have the confidence you crave. Take it from Lee, who knows that if the chubby girl who hated PE and came almost last in any track event can support you on your feel amazing path to health and fitness
You can find Lee below
E192: Smart Control
A simple drive on the highway reminded me of a few life lessons that we can easily forget.
E191: Happiness Islands
I recently reviewed a book in my office called, "The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving More with Less."
I came across a great exercise that I want to share with you. It's called "Happiness Islands."
E190: Founder and CEO of Fit Vegan Blueprint Maxime Sigouin on Commitment vs. Motivation
I had the pleasure of interviewing Maxime Sigouin. Maxime is the founder of Fit Vegan Coaching and the Fit Vegan Blueprint program's creator. He helps vegans get lean, toned, thrive, and become their best self on a whole foods plant-based lifestyle. Maxime has been on an amazing journey! In this podcast, we discuss what caused him to make the decision to become vegan. We also discuss distinguishing between being motivated vs. being committed. 1. The importance of how check points will help you to attain your goals. 2. The importance of how fast we can get back on the wagon and winning the next meal. 3. What to do if you want to become vegan.
Here's where you can find Maxime.
The Fit Vegan Podcast
The Maxime Sigouin Podcast
Fit- Vegan Youtube Channel
Free Fit Vegan Facebook Community
E189: The Power of the Bowl
E188: Cole Berschback: Co-Founder of Total Potential and the importance of Home Base!
Cole Berschback is co-founder of Total Potential, an author, Unbeatable Mind Coach, Registered Dietitian, and certified yoga instructor. She has spent the past 20 years working in health and wellness. Several formative events led her to a deep passion for families and all that is possible when we approach the family as an opportunity, not an obstacle. She supports 1:1 and group coaching to help individuals experience the best of themselves with the people they love most. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband and three children.
I had a great time talking to Cole. In this podcast, we discuss:
- The importance of Home Base. Listen to find out exactly what Cole is referring to.
- Asking your children unique questions to spur conversations. Using "High Low Buffalo" to have fun when talking about the day!
- The importance of family rituals.
- How to create better connections with family.
- Why it's important to stay curious.
- The importance of presence and how to do it.
- Why keeping life simple is always best.
Be sure to check out my Youtube Channel for the Videos with my Podcast Guests. You can also find them at
E187:Mindset and Confidence Coaching with Jeanine Grayson. Focus on the journey not the destination
I had a terrific conversation with Jeanine Grayson who is a mindset and confidence coach. Here is Jeanine in her own words. "A former perfectionist who struggled with setting boundaries, Jeanine spent years of her life in a toxic relationship feeling unhappy, unfulfilled, and undervalued. Amidst a battle with cancer, Jeanine experienced a transformational mindset shift that unlocked her untapped potential. This shift unleashed the start of new thoughts and beliefs that grew into courage and confidence to take massive action and rebuild a new life. As a certified Life Coach and NASM Behavior Change Specialist, Jeanine helps individuals shed their self-doubt, identify limiting beliefs, reframe new thoughts, and take empowered action in their lives. In this episode we discuss topics like:
- The importance of the journey and not just the destination.
- How fitness as a tool can help to manage stress and anxiety.
- How suffering can be like a secret gift.
- The Importance of sustainability in fitness, eating, and life.
- The importance of controlling our thoughts.
- Discovering and changing Limiting Beliefs. You can find Jeanine at:www.jeaninegrayson.com
E186: Bret Magpoing and the Delta Theorem: An Innovative Framework for Being Fully Alive
Bret is the founder of Rudius Strategies Group, and author of the Amazon best-selling book The Delta Theorem: An Innovative Framework for Being Fully Alive and Truly Wealthy. Bret Magpoing has dedicated his entire professional career coaching and advising executives, entrepreneurs, athletes, and entertainers, mostly as a C-Suite executive for several private firms, families, and partnerships. Many of the individuals and families he has advised have been recognized on the Forbes 400 and Fortune 500 listings. Bret has worked with companies like Walt Disney, Universal, Paramount Network, the NFL, and MLS. Bret's WHY is to inspire aliveness by rallying clients to live out their purpose and increase performance at an elite level faster than they could have ever imagined. It was an absolute pleasure to talk with Bret. You will learn a great deal from our discussion. Some of the topics discussed are: 1. The bus ride that got Bret on this journey of writing his book. 2. Explaining the Delta Theorem. 3. What coaching is. 4. The importance of effort. 5. Viewing failure in a different way. 6. The importance of crawling before you run (Crawl, Walk, Run). 7. On habits and rituals. 8. Defining true wealth.
E185: The Power of One More
E184 (Repost): Emotions Follow Actions! Ultrarunner Carilyn Johnson on running, habits, and discipline
I recently met Ultrarunner Carilyn Johnson on Twitter. When I learned more about her, I reached out to see if she would be interested being on the Podcast! I'm thankful she said YES!
Carilyn is a mother, lawyer, ultrarunner, 4x Team USA 24 Hour team, Adventurer, Open water swimmer, and scuba diver. She is also a graduate of the New School of Cooking. In this conversation we discuss:
- How exercise helped Carilyn during a period of grieving.
- The value of keeping a routine.
- How it's never too late to get started when it comes to running.
- Knowing we can go further than we often think.
- Understanding how emotions follows actions.
- Why it's important to do the mundane actions like making your bed everyday.
- The value of having a coach.
- The benefits of fasting.
You can find Carilyn on Twitter @CarilynJohnson
E183: God is Good!
In this episode, we journey through the Bible as we learn about the goodness of God.
The best place to begin as we think about God being good is in Genesis 1:1. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."
During this lesson we consider...
- Who is God.
- How Genesis 1:1 destroys certain false doctrines.
- How everything God made was good.
- The fact that God is good and what that means.
- How God is the standard for what is good and not good.
- Our response to His goodness.
E182: Mark and Chantel Beall on how to create a successful Youtube Channel.
I had the pleasure of having Mark and Chantel Beall on my show! I've known them both for a number of years. They are doing tremendous work on their Youtube channels. One of their channels "Top Homeowner" has over 6 million views and over 28,000 subscribers. In this episode, Chantel and Mark discuss practical tips everyone can use to get started on Youtube and to become successful. They include: 1. Just getting started. 2. Know what it is you want to talk about. 3. How to schedule your videos. 4. Content and getting your content found. 5. Being Patient 6. Understanding Trends 7. Being specific 8. Batching content 9. Planning properly Learn How to Start Your YouTube Channel: http://startyoutubenow.com/
Schedule Time With Mark: http://markyourcall.com
E181: My Conversation with Roger Polanco on the Necessity of Prayer
I had a really encouraging discussion with Minister Roger Polanco. In this episode we discuss the necessity of prayer. Roger discusses how prayer helped him when he was discouraged a few years ago. We also discuss: 1. Why we need to slow down to pray more. 2. Why rest is important to be consistent in our prayers. 3. How good things can get in the way of prayer. 4. Why we should set a time to prayer. 5. There are really no excuses for us not to be making time in prayer. 6. What to do when you feel like you're getting stuck in your prayers.
E180: The CIA and the Bible. My interview with Nathan Morrison
You might be wondering how the CIA and the Bible are connected!
Be prepared to go a journey. I was recently in Richmond Virginia preaching at the Courthouse Church of Christ. I had the opportunity to visit Washington D.C. with my friend Nathan Morrison. Nathan preaches at the Courthouse Church of Christ and is also one of the elders.
He shared with me the story of Hushai the Archite in the Old Testament. The CIA has known for a long time about Hushai and how he helped King David defeat Absalom. The CIA describes Hushai as the first Influence Agent. The CIA declassified how they broke down the story of Hushai and used it to train their agents to be influence agents. Find out the significance of all of this in this episode.
You can find where Nathan preaches in the link below and also the declassified PDF document the CIA released as well!
E179: Faith in the working of God
In this episode, we consider a passage in Colossians 2:10-13. In this passage Paul discusses:
- Circumcision made by hands.
- A circumcision not made by hands.
- The working of God
How exactly is God working when it comes to our salvation?
What role does baptism play?
This is what is addressed and more.
Thank you for listening.
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E178: Conversion to Christ
How were men and women in the first century Converted to Christ?
The book of Acts in the Bible gives us plenty of examples of what Conversion to Christ looks like.
The story of the apostle Paul and his conversion is mentioned three times in Acts chapters 9, 22, and 26.
There's a lot for us to learn how one is converted to Christ and what happens after their conversion.
Get your Bible ready and let's study together from the book of Acts.
Thank you for listening. Please leave me a rating and a review.
If you are interested being on the Podcast, please email me at email@example.com
E177: Ask Wisdom
There are many resources to go to gain knowledge. A lot of people like to Ask Siri. There's new AI technology people are now using.
But let us never forget to always go to God's word and to seek His wisdom.
This episode is called Ask Wisdom. Our study will come from the book of Proverbs.
What all of us should be striving to attain is God's wisdom and applying it in our lives.
Thank you for listening!
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If you are interested being on the show, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
E176: Miracles and Providence
In this episode, we go on a journey through the word of God and study miracles and providence.
- How are we to define what a miracle is?
- What exactly is providence?
- What was the purpose behind miracles?
- How does God work in our lives today?
If you have any Bible questions, please let me know at email@example.com
Be sure to visit my website www.benjaminlee.blog
E175: Question and Answers from the Bible: Go and Tell No One!
It is often the case that people have Bible questions. Bible questions are good!
In this podcast, I answer a number of Bible questions.
1. What is Holy Spirit baptism?
2. Does demon possession occur today?
3. Why did Jesus often tell those who He healed not to tell anyone?
If you have any Bible questions, please let me know.
This sermon was preached in January. At the beginning, I mention "a couple of weeks ago" referring to the Monday Night Football game that made America stop and pray.
How are you with praying? Do you find it challenging? Is it something you do on a regular basis?
Pray is essential! We have countless examples of people who prayed in the Bible.
Let's see what we can learn from them.
E173: Analyzing John 3:16
John 3:16 may be one of the most popular Bible verses.
1. What does it say?
2. What does it mean?
3. Why did Jesus say what He said? What was the context?
4. What can we learn about our Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus?
Study with me as we journey through John 3:16.
E172: One Life To Live
Life moves very fast. How we live matters.
We are reminded in the Bible that we have one life to live.
How has 2023 been going for you? We are at the end of the first quarter.
This is always a great time to reevaluate the direction we're headed.
In this sermon, I consider what Jesus has to say about how we should live our lives. I also discuss false doctrines we need to be aware, fantasy, and fiction that can get in the way of this one life to live.
E171: Tricia Stahl and her book "So, You're A Christian Now What? Preparing Young Hearts for Kingdom Work."
Tricia Stahl was borin in Abilene, TX and has lived in Texas all her life. She is the proud mother of two grown daughters. Her passions include baseball, crafting, collecting unicorns, and reading cozy mysteries. Currently, she works with the Central Mansfield Church of Christ in Mansfield TX.
Tricia has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Master of Education Administration. She has spent the last 20+ years in public education. In addition to preparing young minds for the world, Tricia has dedicated endless hours to preparing young hearts for serving the King through teaching Bible classes and developing Bible class curricula. She is extremely excited to bring this workbook to young Christians!
Tricia is the author of "So, You're a Christian Now What? Preparing Young Hearts for Kingdom Work." Below is some information from the back of the book.
Many young people are earnestly trying to serve God, but often ask themselves, "What can I do for the kingdom? I’m just a kid." After they come up out of the water, the question is, “Now what?” They, like you, need help navigating everyday life and what it looks like to live their young lives for Christ. The answer? Young people can do a lot!! This Bible study workbook will help you work through many questions that have been asked by other young Christians your age and provide strong biblical answers to help nurture and encourage your heart for God. Let’s take a look!
You can find Tricia on Facebook "Tricia Stahl" and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please enjoy our conversation as we discuss how Tricia got the idea to make this book, her journey of finishing the book, how to use the book, and more!
E170: The Past
E169: A quick update
E168: Hitting the Pause button until 3-3-2023
E167: The School of Grit with Brad Ritter
I recently had the opportunity to speak to Brad Ritter. I was highly encouraged after my conversation with Brad and I believe you will be as well. Brad is the author of the book “School of Grit.” Brad enjoys training hard, endurance events, the beach, fishing, shooting, and food. Professionally, Brad has held various positions in the medical device field, higher education, and specialty print space.
Some of Brad’s Principles in life are
- Family First
- Discipline Equals Freedom
- Do today what others won’t so you can do tomorrow what others can’t
- Life begins at the end of your comfort zone
- Check your ego at the door
- I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul
- Think globally and act locally
Brad is Passionate about:
- Health and fitness
- Growing Grit
- Authentic human connection
Brad is also a certified and licensed Unbeatable Mind Coach. Get a sheet a paper and listen to this podcast a couple of times. Brad provides excellent recommendations and resources of how we all can grow in grit.
You can find his website and book below.