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Join us as we speak with Dave and Lisa from Anam Cara Wellness! Microcurrent Neurofeedback produces a measurable change in the brainwaves without conscious effort from the individual receiving the feedback. The result is a changed brainwave state and much greater ability for the brain and nervous system to regulate itself. Connect with Anam Cara Wellness or find a provider at the links below:

Conditions it can help with: Anxiety Depression PTSD Traumatic brain injury Concussions Addiction ADD/ADHD Autism (some aspects) Fibromyalgia Stroke (cognitive deficits) Chronic Fatigue Chronic Pain Rage & Anger Dave Thomason 903-530-7704 Lisa Herterich MSN,RN 903-235-8222 ******************* Your Host - Brad Richard Scars & Stripes Coffee: YouTube: Manat50 School: Website:

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Join us as we speak with Colin Baden, Kyle McLaughlin & Christopher Lees! IHF has teamed up to combat the most difficult frontline issues – mental and physical – facing our military heroes and their families by creating the Honor Challenge at Tough Mudder. This unique challenge, should you choose to accept it, will raise critical funds to support veteran care and mental health programs. Do You Have What It Takes?

The toughest Mudders will form an unbreakable unit to take on a 10-hour endurance survival team challenge across four events in each corner of the country. There will be no winners or losers, just finishers. Waiting for you at the finish line will be a collection of exclusive swag to represent your mission. More details and links below:


October 23, 2021

Los Angeles, California

November 6, 2021

Dallas, Texas


Colin Baden:

Colin is a Founding Legacy Partner of the Irvine Public Schools Foundation and a Founding Society Member of Team Kids.

Kyle McLaughlin:

Chief Executive Officer at Tough Mudder! CEO and servant leader to a global community of 6 million+ Mudders.

Christopher Lees:

Christopher is a third generation U.S. Air Force Veteran, serving with multiple Security Forces squadrons from 1991 to 1998 as Security Police in peacetime missions and deployments including Operation Desert Storm and NATO Operation Joint Guard.


About Tough Mudder:

Founded in 2010 with the launch of the Tough Mudder obstacle course event series, Tough Mudder is a leading global sports and active lifestyle brand. With more than 6 million participants, the company hosts more than 130 challenges (Tough Mudder Kids, Tough Mudder 5K and Tough Mudder Classic) and endurance (Tougher Mudder, Toughest Mudder and World’s Toughest Mudder) events annually in 19 countries. The company’s content studio provides millions of engaged online brand enthusiasts with wellness, nutrition and inspiring content delivered daily across social and digital platforms. Tough Mudder’s brand of teamwork-based challenge events and digital fitness experiences are unique in the endurance and obstacle course industries, and over 500,000 new participants are welcomed to the global Tough Mudder community every year.

About Infinite Hero Foundation:

Infinite Hero Foundation exists to connect our military, veterans, and military family members with innovative and effective treatment programs for service-related injuries with an emphasis in the areas of brain health, family support, suicide prevention, leadership development, and physical rehabilitation.


Tough Mudder:

Emily Escovar

+1 (913) 909-2795

Infinite Hero Foundation:

Mirka Newman

Mia Public Relations

+1 (619) 818-5514


Your Host - Brad Richard

Scars & Stripes Coffee:


Manat50 School:


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Join us as we speak with George Kalantzis. In his powerful book about navigating life’s toughest transitions, George shares his personal stories about the moments he almost took his life, his battle with depression, addictions, and divorce for the first time. Fans of poetry and short stories will find an unexpected aspect to the book that will help them reveal their own truths hidden deep within.

After joining the Marine Corps George lost his best friend in the Iraq war. The battle to find out who he was as a man spiraled out of control with addictive behaviors he ignored until he came face to face with death and learned a truth that runs deeper than time – there is nowhere to go, no place to be.

The powerful metaphor is a reminder that the past doesn’t just walk away from you, and time doesn’t heal all wounds. It will follow you everywhere you go until you find the courage to stop running. With hidden prompts for self-reflection, George shows you how to fully accept yourself and rewrite the way you show up to the world. Connect with George at the links below:






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