Hosted by Tony Nash, this question podcast brings together current service members and veteran high performers to share their methods, strategies, and ideas delivered in an informative way and, most importantly, actionable ways that will help you lead yourself and those around you better from the battlefield to the boardroom.
“Commitment to excellence and purpose helps you in whatever trajectory you have in life.” - Kaj Larsen
6ers, this episode is all about finding a sense of mission and purpose in life as part of your personal growth through the importance of financial literacy.
This week, Tony Nash is joined by Kaj Larsen, US Navy SEAL, award-winning journalist, and part of the Founding Team at Guild Financial, an investment platform inspiring the mili...
"Stop asking why. Accept that it happened, know it did, and push forward in life." - Travis Mills
6ers, this episode is all about acceptance of life in the present – the good, the bad, the ugly – and the will to move forward no matter what.
Tony Nash is joined by Travis Mills, an Army veteran, quadruple amputee, author, and entrepreneur.
You are going to learn the right mindset to conquer life’s biggest challenges and accept i...
"Alright you’re working on your life, you’re working on your business. But What are you doing for yourself?" - Bill Watkins
6ers, this episode is all about the power of the written plan and the need to harness your inner journey to attain well-rounded success.
Tony Nash is joined by Bill Watkins, CEO of The Lions Pride, a firm that provides resources and support to high-performing small business owners.
You are going to learn ...
“Leadership and selfless service in my opinion is a journey and not a destination.” - Clay Hutmacher
6ers, this episode is all about leadership, service, and humility – especially as you transition out of the military and take on new roles.
Tony Nash is joined by Clay Hutmacher, a retired Army Major General and president and CEO of Special Operations Warrior Foundation, a non-profit that provides fully funded education to the childre...
“Adversity sets the conditions to show people in the moment just how important it is for somebody to step up and lead.” - Mike Erwin
6ers, this episode is all about leadership while creating human connections in the digital world.
You are going to learn how to thrive in a chaotic digital world, establish meaningful r...
“You practice, you drill, you rehearse and then you don’t do fuck ups again.” - Rob Boeckmann
6ers, as we get ready for the Army v Navy game, this episode is all about going back to the basics, valuing mental health, and taking tactical pauses throughout your day.
Tony Nash is joined by Rob Boeckmann, US Army veteran and the chief marketing officer at Feltman’s of Coney Island, America’s fastest-growing natural food company.
You are g...
“You gotta go until the point which you understand your limits. And the only way to understand that limit is to push beyond it, is to fail.” - Francis Racioppi Jr.
6ers, this episode is all about being self-aware and creating impact by realizing the importance of three Fs: focus, family, and failures.
Tony Nash is joined by Fran Racioppi, a US Army Special Operations Forces veteran, business leader, and host of The Jedburgh Podcast, ...
“How did I get better than yesterday? It’s just waking up with a realization that I’m not done working on myself.” - Connor Crehan
6ers, this episode is all about keeping it real. It will make you realize why there is no use trying to be something or someone else you are not. You got to be you.
Tony Nash is joined by Connor Crehan, Army veteran and co-host of Zero Blog Thirty.
You are going to learn why you have to stand up for your c...
“I’ve never competed with anybody else, I compete with myself. And it’s because if I set the bar against somebody else’s performance, it’s not gonna be high enough and I’m gonna sell myself short.” - Steve Leonard
6ers, this episode focuses on the importance of emotional intelligence, measuring goals, and managing personalities. It will make you realize why micromanaging has no space in your team.
“When you’re living a life for others, you’re living a life well-lived.” - Thomas Schueman
On this episode of Got Your 6, Tony interviews Thomas Schueman, a United States Marine Corps Major, a decorated veteran of the Afghanistan war, entrepreneur, and professor.
Tom is the president and founder of Patrol Base Abbate, a non-profit that honors the legacy of the late Marine Sergeant Matthew Abbate – both of them served in the same comp...
“Failure is not part of your identity.” - Luke Ryan
His first novel, The First Marauder, is released TODAY, November 1. The story follows Tyler Ballard, a 15-year-old kid doing his best to survive a post-apocalyptic world and dead-set on vengeance after...
"It takes 15 years to become an overnight success." - Abraham Kamarck
On this episode of Got Your 6, Tony interviews founder and CEO of True Made Foods founder and CEO, Abe Kamarck.
Abe is passionate about food, entrepreneurship, and innovation – cornerstones of his company’s mission. In 2015, he decided to launch his own ketchup after continuously losing battles with his kids over the use of their favorite sugar-laden ketchu...
“Leadership is interwoven in every single thing.” - Nizhonlii Robinson
On this episode of Got Your 6, Tony interviews Nizhonlii Robinson, a United States Marine Corps Major, keynote speaker, and leadership coach.
Nizhonlii is the founder of Spark: The Pop Up, a business consultancy and leadership coaching firm that seeks to empower women as leaders. She is also a leadership instructor at the US Naval Academy.
Her mission is to inspire...
“If you grind and put the work, you can get to anywhere you want to go. Nobody’s gonna stop you but yourself.” - Daniel Rivera
On this episode of Got Your 6, Tony interviews Daniel Rivera, a United States Marine Corps veteran, wrestler, writer, producer, actor, and stuntman.
A professional wrestler, he is known as Danny Limelight in New Japan Pro Wrestling and as Riv in Major League Wrestling.
Danny is passionate about inspiring other...
“Find ways to contribute your time to something that gives you energy and makes a positive difference in the world.” - John Crowley
On this new episode of Got Your 6, Tony Nash talks to US Army veteran John Crowley about his time in the military, his leadership icons, his transition from service to working towards a dual degree at Harvard, resiliency amid failures, and the power of volunteering.
John Crowley is the president and COO ...
Listen as Tony Nash talks to US Marine Corps veteran and entrepreneur Brendan Aronson on the value of networking and consistency.
Brendan Aronson is the co-founder of Paintru, an online platform that lets people order high-quality custom art.
Listen as Tony Nash talks to US Army officer Joshua Bowen about the power of reflection as an essential tool for leadership development.
Josh is the director and founder of 3x5 Leadership, a leadership consultancy platform that provides current and emerging leaders with free resources, such as webinars, newsletters, and articles, to improve their skills and perspective.
One habit he has formed in the military is waking up early. He ...
Listen as Tony Nash talks to George Briones III, a US Reconnaissance Marine veteran, athlete, and the director for training and programming for the tactical fitness company SOFLETE.
George looks back at his life in the military and talks about one thing that he continues to implement to this day: the necessary tactical pause during transitions.
He shares how, while on patrol in Afghanistan, the team would move across choke points or ...
Listen as Tony Nash talks to Herb Thompson, a United States Army Special Operations Forces veteran, author, and management consultant, about the importance of adaptability and seeing the big picture.
Passionate about helping veterans find success, Herb wrote the best-selling book, The Transition Mission, 6 months into retirement and after a series of calls with veterans seeking assistance with transition.
After 20 years in the Army, ...
Listen as Tony Nash talks to Daniel Rodriguez, also known as Danny del Ray, a decorated United States Army combat veteran, public speaker, athlete, author, and recording artist.
He is known for his inspiring story of bravery during the Battle of Kamdesh in 2009 and starred as himself in The Outpost, a 2020 movie based on the engagement.
Danny firmly believes in living with purpose and turning anything negative in his life into someth...
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