Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who serve in the military and in the criminal justice field. We would not have this great country without your committment and sacrafice.

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Don Barden. Don is a speaker, author, professor and advisor. Additionally, he is a corporate executive who practices all that he preaches. During his 25-year career on Wall Street, Don reshaped the production landscape of three major financial institutions, personally averaging over $1 Billion in annual sales. In 2011, Don published the results of a 10-year Wall Street funded global research study that revealed the secret formula " The Perfect Plan " - behind what the world's top performing business leaders and sales professionals do differently.

Don's counsel is highly sought after by some of the worlds most successful businesses. Don speaks on the subject of Servant Leadership with an unparalleled level of understanding, and he often consults members of the US Military as well as members of Law Enforcement. A great interview witn an industry leader. Patrick & Don cover a lot of ground.

Find Don here:

www.leadershipmindsetseries.com

in/donwbarden

@bardendon

@leadmindseries

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thank you all for the continued support. Special thanks to the brave men and women who protect this great country everyday, whether its being a first responder or serving in the military - Thank you all!!

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Remi Adeleke. With no father in the picture, Remi Adeleke tried to find a father in the things around him: Music, culture and peers. He tried it all, and got into a lot of trouble along the way. Then he found his way out by joining the military. But even becoming a Navy SEAL wasn't enough. After spending 13 years in the military Remi left the teams, but after leaving he and his family struggled financially. In this time of struggle, Remi began to do something he hadn't done in years - question God's plan. Then came a call from an unexpected place. A Hollywood film advisor had the answer Remi was searching for, and part of the answer landed him a role in Transformers-The Last Knight.

Remi is also an aspiring author with his novel Transformed coming out in January 2019. Remi takes the readers back to stories from his early childhood as Nigerian royalty, to losing his father early in his life and being finanically stripped of everything by the Nigerian government. Remi is a true inspiration and you will love his message and story. A great interview.

Check out Remi's work with iamsecond.

https://www.iamsecond.com/

Find Remi here:

@RemiAdeleke

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgXrR7faokU

https://www.facebook.com/Remi-Adeleke-129399157227652/

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. The show continues to grow because of you, the listener and supporter. A big shout out to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Thank you all for your continued hard work in these difficult times. You have much support.

It is often hard to maintain a positive attitude at work, especially for those who work in the criminal justice system. However having a positive attitude is not only essential to having a successful career it's also very important for you physically. In this episode, Patrick talks about 18 simple ways to have a positive attitude at work. Remember that there is much in life you don't have control of, but your attitude is not one of them. You choose what type of attitude you have during your day. Remember the job can be negative enough, don't feed into it.

Reference to the show:

https://wheniwork.com/blog/18-simple-ways-to-keep-a-positive-attitude-at-work/

 

Stay tuned for more great guests and be safe.

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for the continued support. A big shout out to all the brave men and women who protect us everyday, whether its in the criminal justice field or serving in the military, you all do a great job. Keep up the fantastic work.

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Eli Crane. Eli is the CEO and Founder of Bottle Breacher. Bottle Breacher is one of the fastest growing Veteran Owned and Operated Businesses in Arizona. A former Navy Seal Eli, and his wife Jen brought to Shark Tank their sole product of the recycled, authentic docommissioned .50 caliber Bottle Breacher, manufactured in a one car garage. Having enticed Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary to invest, today the company features an ever expanding product line serving customers both domestically and internationally. With the company's success, Eli and Jen have donated to over 200 non-profits in the last year alone, providing them the opportunity to support Military Veterans, Active Military Personnel, First Responders, Children's Foundations and various other non-profits.

A great interview where Eli talks about the biggest take-aways from being a Navy SEAL, as well as his time in the Shark Tank. Eli also gives tips and suggestions for budding entrepreneurs.

Find Bottle Breacher here:

www.bottlebreacher.com

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Until next time.

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thank you for the continued support. The podcast continues to grow because of you, the listener. Special thanks to all the brave men and women working the criminal justice field. You are all doing a fantastic job so keep up the great work.

At CJEvolution we love the topic of Entrepreneurship, and in this episode Patrick welcome Darla Powell. Darla was a successful police officer in Miami for 18 years and retired as a Detective Sergeant. She's now the owner of her own successful Miami based interior design company called Darla Powell Interiors. In this episode, Darla talks about some of the struggles she endured when she first started out, how she overcame her fears, and how she was able to leave the safety and security of a police job. A great interview with a true business success story.

You can find Darla here:

www.darlapowell.com

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to CJ Evolution. Thank you all for the continued support. We continue to grow because of you! A special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice field. You all are doing a fantastic job, keep up the good work.

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Christopher Poulos. He is an attorney who was appointed Executive Director of the Washington Statewide Reentry Council (Council) on October 1, 2017 by Department of Commerce Director Brian Bonlender and the Council. He was confirmed unanimously in this role by the Washington State Senate. Previoulsy, Christopher served as Executive Director of Life of Purpose Treatment at the University of North Texas, where was also an adjunct professor of criminal justice. During law school, he served at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Christopher openly identifies as a person in long-term recovery from addiction who has also been incarcerated. Over a decade ago, he made a decision to seek help and has maintained his recovery since. The U.S Department of Justice selected him to consult for a project documenting the nation's first most successful people to have reentered society following incarceration. His work and story have been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, The Hill, and other media outlets. He also gave a TED Talk on reentry and his personal journey in 2015. Christopher is also very involved in sentencing solutions and alternatives, and you can find information here: https://www.sentencingproject.org/stories/christopher-poulos/

Patrick and Christopher talk about a wide variety of issues in the criminal justice system and possible solutions, as well as suggestions on how to create better relationships with the community and law enforcement. A great interview!

Find Christopher here:

https://www.commerce.wa.gov/about-us/boards-and-commissions/statewide-reentry-council/

 

Find Christopher's TED Talk here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_dtkXAQq3k

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to the brave men and women working in the criminal justice field. You have much support so keep up the great work. In this solo episode, Patrick talks about the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EQ).  Why is EQ important in law enforcement? We all come equipped with emotions, and we can experience a wide range of feelings that cause each of us to react differently to our environments. EQ is the ability to be self aware and to recognize your emotions, as well as to self-regulate for the best possible outcome. You can see how this is critical in the criminal justice field. Enjoy this episode.

Reference to the show:

http://exclusive.multibriefs.com/content/emotional-intelligence-rethinking-police-community-relations/law-enforcement-defense-security

 

If you are interested in learning more about Emotional Intelligence here is a great book called "Emotional Intelligence 2.0". Find it here: https://amzn.to/2uYz1v8

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thank you all for the continued support. Special thanks to all the brave men and women working in the criminal justice field. You have much support. 

Patrick wants to hear from you. Please send comments and suggestions to the CJEvolution website, located here: www.cjevolution.com

Leadership is such an important topic in police work and it will continue to be in the future. But how do leaders become better? Among many things, leaders should be focusing on developing a culture of rewards versus developing a culture of punishment. In this episode, Patrick talks about 12 traits that every police leader should have. 

The reference to the show:

https://www.policeone.com/chiefs-sheriffs/articles/186942006-12-traits-of-effective-police-leaders/

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thanks to all the criminal justice professionals out there doing a very difficult job in a very difficult environment. We all appreciate you so keep up the hard work.

In this episode, Patrick talks with Russell Johnson.  Russell is a producer and writer of a true crime podast series called The Decieved Podcast.  Russell served eight years in a cult and is dedicated to informing others about the deceptions of the Chung Moo Quan cult, and other dangerous cults. Russell provides great advice on how to spot a possible cult, along with some advice on how to get out of one, and live a happy and productive life. Russell is also the lead writer for the alive and social network, and you can find it here:

https://www.aliveandsocialnetwork.com/

Find Russell's podcast here:

https://www.deceivedpodcast.com/

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thank you all for the continued support. A special thanks to all the brave men and women who work and serve in the criminal justice field. You are very much appreciated so keep up the fantastic work.

We all want to be happy in life, but why is happiness so elusive sometimes? Why do we set outselves up for failure sometimes in the happiness and success departments? In this epsiode, Patrick talks about 7 Keys to help you achieve happiness and success. This is important to any profession and in your personal life as well. Take some notes and start applying these today.

Reference to the show:

https://www.wanderlustworker.com/7-keys-to-happiness-and-success-in-life/

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