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The Service Academy Business Mastermind (SABM) is a transformational program for Service Academy graduates who are building businesses. Our podcast features entrepreneurial success stories from the Service Academy community (West Point, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, and Merchant Marine Academy). To learn more, please visit: www.sabmgroup.com.
 
US Naval Institute Warrior Writers: a decade by decade podcast from the Naval Academy Museum on the influence of ideas on the development of the US Navy through the influence of both its intellectual and material capital. We will discuss the thinkers, leaders, politicians, and technical developments that each decade added in the building of the world's greatest navy.
 
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“The continuous development of future leaders is something we’re big on. That’s a piece where we set ourselves apart from other companies. We spend a lot of time recruiting and finding the right resources, but when we bring you on our team we don’t care if you’ve been with us for a couple of days or a few months. If you have the right solution, we’…
 
Our three faculty co-hosts discus the most consequential natural disasters in world history. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
“We are an outdoor furniture company that is on a mission to help people spend more time outdoors. My co-founder and I think there is something special about spending time outdoors with the ones you love. From personal experience, those are the most special memories whether it’s dining outdoors or sitting around a fire pit or even watching college …
 
Midshipman Alexander Turner interviews Dr. Lawson Brigham about the challenges of commanding Coast Guard vessels in polar waters, recent innovations in ice breaking technologies, and the commercial potentials of the Arctic Sea. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Departmen…
 
Two midshipmen interview Dr. Stephen Wrage, of the Academy's Political Science Department, regarding his views on academic freedom, and the apolitical nature of the US military. In addition, Dr. Wrage shares some remarkable personal experiences gained while teaching in Annapolis, Singapore, and Greece. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahisto…
 
“There’s so much more that goes into financial planning, especially when you’re talking business planning, than pie charts and spreadsheets. More often than not, it’s just clearing the way for the business owner to be able to work on the business instead of being sucked in to work in the business on a day-to-day basis.” - Donald Pearson (USNA ‘16) …
 
“For me, it’s about creating as much value as you can and sharing it amongst as many people as you can. The bigger the community, the bigger the opportunity…I get a lot of joy from being around other people and working with other people. ”– Joshua Awad (USNA ‘02) Navy Veteran, Joshua Awad is the Co-Founder of OnePet, a portfolio of digitally native…
 
In the 1850s, the notorious filibuster William Walker recruited hundreds of followers and launched multiple campaigns to seize power in Nicaragua, Mexico, and Honduras. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/…
 
“The whole idea is to create something that provides lifelong memories that Veterans can share with their friends and family.”- Toby Prudhomme (USMA ‘96) Toby Prudhomme (USMA ‘96) is President of Extreme Adventures, a 501(c)(19) non-profit organization that provides outdoor experiences for Veterans and their families. His goal is to enhance the liv…
 
Our three faculty co-hosts discuss their favorite television adaptations of historical events. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
“The big vision is how can we bring order to the mess that is the ocean transportation industry on the bulk side? $1.3 trillion is being spent to transport commodities annually…this is an international business and every ship is filled to the brim. The smallest shipment we’ve done is 50,000 metric tons. What that looks like is two and a half footba…
 
“Ingram Capital builds community through real estate…we buy dilapidated, abandoned homes, fix them up, and turn them into safe, single-family homes as long-term rentals.” - Wil Ingram (USNA ‘11) Wil Ingram is a U.S. Navy veteran on a mission to build community through real estate. His interest in real estate began while serving as a Surface Warfare…
 
An interview of Dr. Gene Smith, of the Naval Academy's History Department, who discusses his book, The Slave's Gamble: Choosing Sides in the War of 1812. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/…
 
Two midshipmen interview Lieutenant General John Wissler, currently the Distinguished Chair of Leadership at the Naval Academy's Stockdale Center, regarding lessons in ethical leadership he learned both as a student at the Naval Academy in the 1970s, and in a long and distinguished career as a Marine Corps officer. Follow us on Instagram and Twitte…
 
“You have to be very selective about what you do and how you maintain your property as well as how you're going to get income…this is a whole new arena.” - Gary Klaben (USMA ‘79) Gary Klaben is the President of Coyle Financial Counsel, an innovative wealth management firm dedicated to helping families preserve and grow their wealth so they can have…
 
“We really believe that we’re going to change the global workforce by taking the best of military chaplaincy and pivoting that toward the corporate world…our commitment is to impact the company bottom line by increasing employee resiliency, engagement, performance and retention through chaplaincy.” - Alan “Blues” Baker (USNA ‘78) Alan “Blues” Baker…
 
“Look at the example of continuous performance feedback. We take it for granted that part of being a leader is providing regular, consistent feedback, both critical and complimentary. If you're in the platform, and it says, hey, it's time for you to provide feedback, you start developing that habit early and often.” - Scott Taylor (USMA ‘01) Scott …
 
“Our theme is having partners who are experts at what they do. One of the founding principles behind Blue Flag is we really want to do things that we’re great at. We’re not interested in faking it until we make it. We’re interested in doing what we’ve had decades to get good at.”- Christian Jensen (USAFA ‘96) Christian Jensen (USAFA ‘96) is a Manag…
 
Our three faculty co-hosts discuss and debate the most consequential commodities of world history. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
Three midshipmen interview Vice Admiral Sean Buck, Superintendent of the US Naval Academy, who reflects upon the lessons and experiences he acquired as a student in Annapolis, and during his long and distinguished service in the fleet. In addition, Superintendent Buck discusses the impact of the Covid pandemic upon the unique mission and culture of…
 
“Academy grads have a special kind of independence and willingness to do things that are really difficult and see things through in the long term…I think that hardens your character and makes you push through…We really want to emphasize some of these core values: to present good opportunities to our team members and do operations in a way that’s ho…
 
An interview of Dr. Sharika Crawford, of the Naval Academy's History Department, who discusses her recent book, The Last Turtlemen of the Caribbean: Waterscapes of Labor, Conservation, and Boundary Making. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https:…
 
“We are committed to our purpose, our mission to help our members live well and serve better so we like to think ahead as to what it means to craft a new model for housing and building wealth. We want to have a true impact on the main problems we’re attacking…not only on our members’ ability to build wealth, but also the connections our members are…
 
Four midshipmen discuss the remarkable innovations in Western military technology that took place during World War I. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
“For the last 20 years, I’ve either consulted or been a COO in small to medium-sized businesses so I know the specific pain that these ‘tweener’ companies have…my military experience really set the foundation…I want to bring those military values to my COO consultancy. My company values are military values without being militaristic. The deep value…
 
Our three faculty co-hosts discuss and debate their favorite historical film treatments. Follow us Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
“Our goal is to help companies achieve their business goals faster…the people side is the hardest part of business and the knowledge piece is one of the core components of that people side. How do you document the knowledge that you have? How do you take that knowledge and impart it to the next generation? How do you ensure you can rapidly pass off…
 
Three midshipmen interview the Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Carlos Del Toro, about his memories of the Naval Academy, as well as lessons in leadership he has learned during his long and distinguished naval career. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, ple…
 
During World War I, Germany sends a covert expedition all the way to Afghanistan to convince the Muslim emir of that land to launch a jihad against British India. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/…
 
Jake Dulle is the Pre-Deployment Program Manager at LocalVest where he helps military veterans raise capital through their innovative online platform and community based events. Despite their impressive numbers, Veterans receive less overall financing from conventional lenders than their civilian-peers, despite filing more applications to more lend…
 
“Loyalty, trust and transparency no matter what you’re doing in life–whether it’s running a business, having a family, being with your friends–if you keep that mentality and look after each other, you can make that path to success much easier.” - Tyler Laverick (USMMA ‘06) Tyler Laverick is a U.S. Merchant Marine Corps Academy grad and results-driv…
 
“My goal is to see this become a billion-dollar brand in the home services and construction industry. I want to get there by helping people build a sustainable source of wealth for themselves and their families. I want to get there by helping people build really solid businesses where they can define their participation…I don’t want to get there an…
 
“We hang our hats on every deal and, with that, we’ve been able to make a real impact on the market we’re in.” - Kimberly Gile “A lot of the success that we’ve seen and that we’re having is because we’re ready. We’ve got the investor money ready, we’ve got the structures ready, we’ve got the tenants ready…that’s the secret sauce, just being ready t…
 
“There’s a lack of transparency in a system where we’re dealing with people’s health…it’s a tricky, frustrating space, but we’re just trying to do our small part to change that.” - Jason Belvill (USAFA ‘08) Jason Belvill is the Co-Founder & Director of Operations for BodySpec where he combines a passion for athletics with singular expertise in engi…
 
“I helped several veterans in franchising start businesses that they otherwise would not have found and do things that are good for their communities, but this is a way where I’m helping potentially hundreds, thousands, millions of people through the type of lending and investing that Sansbank is doing so I thought I’d go for it.” - Josh Emison (US…
 
“Number one, don’t give up. Number two, think outside of the box. And, number three, build a strong team. If you have those three things working for you and a half-decent idea, you’ve got a good chance of making it.” - Eric Johnson (USNA ‘81) Eric Johnson is CEO and Director at HELM Audio, a company focused on audio innovation. HELM Audio was found…
 
“I genuinely believe that this pathway was made for me and I had to meet the right people and take the right steps and have the right hardships and the right adversity to be the person I am now to write these songs that I’m putting out there…that’s what makes a song so good, capturing an emotion that’s real and raw. It’s a work of expression.” - Ch…
 
“All of this is very easy to do if you form a relationship with a firm like ours very early because we can crawl with the business, we can walk with the business and then run with the business as it goes from the idea phase to the startup phase to the growth phase…depending on where you are and how mature your business is, you can always reevaluate…
 
“I think a lot of us as entrepreneurs need to hit that home run in the beginning, early. We just need to get something and we’re going to crush it. But it’s those singles and doubles, and winning those little by little, getting one client. Making them very happy with your service, or your product, then doing it again and again.” - Freddie Kim (USMA…
 
“If you want to build resilience in kids, the first rule is to take them into an unfamiliar environment…and the second rule is to plan it in a stepwise way meaning plan, discuss, do and then revisit the shared memory together….We built this curriculum for a ship out of a need, but this isn’t just a Navy thing this is something that everyone can ben…
 
“My personal mission statement in a phrase is to eliminate the civilian-military divide in the country…what we bring with us as veterans, those underlying soft skills are precisely what today’s corporate leaders say they desire for success for their businesses in the marketplace.” - Matt Louis (USMA ‘91) Matt Louis is a leading expert in career tra…
 
“Once you start thinking about residual results, meaning you do something once that will pay you in perpetuity, then things change in your life. I try to do more things to create these residual results because that gives you so much more capacity, autonomy, and control over your time.” - Kirby Atwell (USMA ‘05) Kirby Atwell started his first full-t…
 
“I think all of us who left the Academy know how to adapt and learn in often a rapid, stressful environment. I think that’s the hallmark of Academy grads…all of us have learned the skill of learning how to learn. Part of it is having the confidence to know you have that skill.” - Niv Caviar (USAFA '90) Niv Caviar is the CEO of Spine Ovations, Inc.,…
 
“We want to be the dominant player in professional education and usher in an entirely new era of professional education. We want to be the medical education platform for a mobile generation.” - Christ West (USMA ‘88) Chris West (USMA ‘88) is the Chief Operating Officer of ConveyMed, the number one app for Continuing Medical Education (CME) that agg…
 
“Grittiness and the ability to wear multiple hats simultaneously are the two areas that I see as being big lessons from my time in the military and that have carried over and proved true in spades as the leader of an early-stage startup.” - Matt McBride (USNA ‘06) Matt McBride is a dynamic healthcare leader that has spent the last decade guiding ea…
 
Midshipmen Hassen, Henderson, Ostrowski, White, and Williams discuss French struggles for and against democracy, from the Revolution through the Second Empire of the 1870s. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/…
 
“Being the leader of a business is sometimes a lonely spot to be in whether you’re leading 10 people or 1000 people. The ability to have someone else to lean on and ideate with, to have conversations with and to think about the next steps with is really important. The more you understand about yourself, the better and more effective you will be as …
 
Our three faculty co-hosts discuss and debate the most impactful US elections up until World War II. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
 
“Almost 80% of the buyers' journey is not attributable. We focus on the 20% that is. Our recommendation is also to focus on the dark funnel, where that 80% are feeding and getting their thought leadership from.” - Matt Bolian (USMA ‘11) Matt Bolian is the Co-Founder of RevPartners, a company that designs, builds and executes revenue operations to s…
 
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