Rockstar Superhero Radicals

Rockstar Superhero Radicals

The Radicals Podcast was created to connect you directly to extraordinary people, professional and private, who have lived lives worth discussing and offer life altering solutions to our listeners, one heart at a time. If you are seeking truth and purpose beyond yourself, the Radicals podcast is for you.

Episodes

June 7, 2021 84 min
I met Dean Van Dyke a few years back when I was reconnecting with a lot of Seattle area business leaders after spending some time overseas. A number of my friends had moved away while I was away and well... since I am definitely THAT GUY who needs to feel loved, I sought out new relationships at a few networking events.

A friend of a friend knew Dean and had recommended we meet and get to know each other. After that initial meet...
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This is my interview with personal and business coach extraordinaire, Isaac Stegman of Kaizen Coaching and No Guts No Glory. A perfect example of a foxhole buddy. Most can't be there for you, but Isaac has always been there for me. I hope you enjoy this special hour with a close friend and impactful superhero. He can teach you and one I hope you'll connect with. Isaac is power.

Time Codes:

1:40 We never see each other
3:2...
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Ed Rush is a decorated Marine Corps F 18 Pilot. At the height of his career, he was the number one instructor in the Marine Corps for one against one dogfighting and was instrumental in the training development for the new F 35 Lightning. Ed has flown over 2000 (!) tactical aircraft hours, and was awarded an Air Medal, for God's sake. ...and this is my friend!

What an incredible man. Ed is a five time best selling author, he...
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I met Rodney Shurelds in a tough season in my life. That season had a complex emotional bent for reasons you'll discover on this podcast.

Rodney was the normal American male. Living in central Texas with his family, Rodney received a terrifying medical diagnosis that didn't just change his life, but many around him. In the following year, Rodney stepped closer to death and lost so much of what made him typically human. As...
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I met Fireman Rob through a mutual friend in the coaching business. Rob's story is complex. In fact, complex is an understatement. For my intro, I considered offering up all the bits and pieces, but truth be told, he's a lot deeper than that. He is a fireman, duh..... he is a triathlete, he is a passionate public speaker and TED talk veteran . He's a highly respected author. He's a mental health advocate for fir...
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Matt Fawcett is an extraordinary man, but don't just take my word for it. You don't know him yet, but someday, God willing... you certainly will. Even if it's just the conversation you get from today's show, that would be enough. Matt is a perfect example of what happens when kindness mixes with ambition. What I find immensely hilarious and interesting is our conversation was supposed to be about his musical career ...
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Josh Perry is a very interesting man. In his youth, Josh sought solace and escape from a troubled family life through a love for education, a fascination with landscape design and a natural talent for BMX riding. After a series of symptoms and a life altering crash led to a brain tumor diagnosis, Josh's world turned upside down in a hurry. A curious man, post surgery Josh dove deep into medicinal studies and has not only cra...
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Serge Bagdasarov is a walking miracle. When I say miracle, I mean yes.... literally a miracle. His life doesn't make any sense on paper, yet here he is... thriving and doing what it takes to live exceptionally, when he was guaranteed anything but. Serge comes from the meanest streets on the former Soviet Union and his story only gets more interesting and profound. When you hear what he has to say, you'll know this is a man ...
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When one woman wants to change the way we treat drug addicts and homeless people, Mike Rowe answers the call. Check out this special show with Kristen Zuray of The Trail Youth, a fantastic non profit you will want to support!

Learn more about the Trail Youth here: https://www.trailyouth.com/

1:40 This is awesome.
2:40 Roasting Coffee and the story of our friendship.
4:10 The how and why of Kristen Zuray.
6:00 Growing up in New Hamp...
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Here's an interview with the amazing Procter & Gamble executive, Ray Brook of Summit Seekers. Incredible true story! Hear his exploits while hiking the PCT, Kayaking the Sea of Cortez, climbing various mountains around the world, or biking all 50 states, 10 provinces and still finding time for his amazing wife. Just wait until you hear his proposal story! You won't be able to stop listening, and I believe this is an IMP...
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I was honored to meet Martin years ago at a private event for a well known international author and newspaper columnist.  At that meeting, I was able to partake of his great wines, only then discovering that his company, SOZO Wines, does something remarkable.  SOZO donates a significant portion of its profits to help those that cannot help themselves.  Whether we are talking about homelessness, sex trafficking or the like, SOZO is ...
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Check out this week's podcast with Annie Lobert from Hookers for Jesus and Destiny House in Las Vegas, NV.  I thought I knew so much about her, but I was wrong.  I hope you'll listen to this special superhero interview, because her story is redemptive and powerful and one everybody should hear. 

Originally, I had planned to ask her a number of crazy questions, but I only got 30 minutes with her, so I just let her tell what ...
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This week's podcast features my amazing friend from England, Sarah Woodbridge.  Sarah did what most immigrants do when they come to the country.  They travel around, see the sights, find a good job and settle down.  Sarah did most of that, but a migraine headache and a bad back sent Sarah on a downward spiral of drug addiction which fragmented her life and family.  

Sarah proves that passion, purpose, and hope all provide a path...
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This week's podcast features Sean Flaharty, the director of Eyes of Freedom: The Lima Company Memorial.  Sean's story isn't unique, but it is profound.  His life took a dramatic and unexpected turn in 2005, when his friend from childhood died in the deserts of Iraq, along with 22 other men.
Sean was determined to enlist and join his brothers in arms overseas, but fate dealt a different hand.  Sean would take the "st...
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This week's podcast features the experience and vision of Jeff Rogers, the founder/CEO of OneAccord Partners in Kirkland, Wa.  Jeff is the kind of business leader you want and need in your life:  Focused on you (a great listener, BTW) and loaded to the brim with authenticity.  He challenges and raises the bar of many business owners in the world, whether assisting them through a sale or transition, or just influencing as best h...
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Neither Admand or I know how we originally connected, but here we are, 8 years later, and closer friends than ever.  He's a great guy... gifted as a Financial Advisor (a true fiduciary) and also living life in a pastorship role with his wife and child.  He's a fabulous guy, caring for so many around him. Admand is focused on developing relationships with youth and helping others in stricken countries around the world.  He&#...
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This week's podcast features the gifted and talented Wynter Rhys, director of The Fawn Response and 5 other short films.  In her scant 17 years, Wynter has directed 6 short features, and is in the process of writing 2 full length feature films. 

Ambitious and motivated, with an amazing head for business, Wynter is attacking her passion with results that rival directors 20 years her senior.  She's an amazing talent, with a ...
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This week's podcast features my friend, Garrick Pang, from the Seattle area non-profit. Stronger Families gives hope to families around the world, at the same time reaching into the lives of military veterans and the unique challenges they face.  Garrick and I enjoyed a nice 90 minutes of random conversations and personal reveals I admit I wasn't really expecting, yet have disclosed to you, the listener, today.

2:20 Garrick...
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This week's podcast is about my father, the late Robert L Jones Sr. who departed this mortal coil at 7pm on August 2nd, 2016.   This podcast discusses his early years, the struggles with family, his older sister dying, his marriage, his years moving and working in towns with funny names, like Chehalis, Wenatchee, Tonasket, Yakima, and Olympia.  We visited Lake Chelan.  We almost died boating.  We almost died moving.  We almost ...
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Eva Silva is the voice and face of the California Hemp Alliance, a non profit trade group acting in proxy for the industrial hemp industry and its possible applications. Eva has lived the life of a serial entrepreneur, writing for various magazines around the world, produced documentaries on hemp and has even earned an Emmy award as a student for her documentary about teenage alcoholics in 1989. Eva continues to advocate strongly f...
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