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Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. I hope you are having a great start to your week. Remember that Monday's aren't the enemy. Your mindset could be though. Time to change that mindset for the better.

Special thanks to all the brave men and women who protect us everyday. Thank you for all that you do, and keep up the great work.

In this episode, Patrick talks about the importance of perseverance. Any success comes with persistence and perseverance. Sometimes people quit when they were so close to achieving that success they wanted in the first place. It's time to be more persistent in your life, and watch your life change for the better.

Have a fantastic Monday and a fantastic week.

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. You are all doing a fantastic job. Keep up the great work.

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In this episode, Patrick welcomes Sean Douglas. Sean inspires and motivates people to "Live Your Brand" so they can grow personally and professionally.  He offers life transformation skills and business strategies to those just starting out and up to 50-year-old Professionals, Military Veterans, Entrepreneurs, Professional Speakers, and Business Owners that will unlock your true potential and elevate you to new heights in your personal and professional lives.  In a highly interactive and engaging environment, utilizing online mentoring sessions and face face to face workshops, he equips people with the tools necessary to live EPIC lives, and leave people better equipped to manage change effectively.  His WHY is that he is a suicide survivor who hit rock bottom and has seen firsthand what that path leads to, and now he shares his powerful testimony globally.

Sean was at one time abusing alcohol, facing the real possibility of losing his military career and his family.  On St. Patrick's Day 2007, his house burned down after throwing a very large party that spiraled out of control.  He was left alone in the ashes by those who he thought were his friends. The only person left standing with him would later become my wife.  They were married July 2007, and in December of 2008, they had filed for divorce and called it quits. Having failed at marriage and not feeling accepted by anyone, he tried took my own life.  Due to my excessive drinking and negative thinking, he felt unloved and of no value. he sat on my bedroom floor in an empty house where his family used to be and put a gun in his mouth.  It was in this moment that he had given up.  With the help of my military family, Chaplains, and close family members, I have since recovered and turned to God for healing.  Through my Faith, I help others before they travel down that dark road. ​

In 2009, after receiving treatment, he was recommended to become an Air Force Drill Instructor, called a Military Training Instructor (MTI).  It was here that an unknown passion was unlocked.  he fell in love with speaking, training, mentoring, and he found his purpose for life.  After four years, he learned how to tell my story.  In 2014, he became a Master Resilience Trainer for the U.S. Air Force and it's where he gained a platform to tell my testimony. He wrote my first book in 2016, titled, "Decisions: The Power to Overcome Self-Defeating Behaviors."  In 2017, he started my online radio show, Life Transformation Radio.  It has become his platform for transformation and to inspire the listeners to take MASSIVE in their life to live their dreams.


His love for helping others achieve their dreams and instilling in them that extra motivation to finish strong is at the forefront of every speech and presentation Sean delivers. He gives a personal GUARANTEE that the audience will leave motivated, fulfilled, and with a refreshed attitude. His main goal is to have a positive impact difference in the lives of everyone he meets, to help stop self-defeating behaviors, and to inspire change and transformation in their lives. His interactive training develops the participants' skills in the Mental, Social, Emotional, and Spiritual domains of Resilience which empowers them to withstand, recover, and grow through adversity, stress, and life's changing demands.


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In this episode, Patrick welcomes back Dave Sanderson. Dave is the President of his firm, Dave Sanderson Speaks International based out of Charlotte, NC. On January 15, 2009, Dave was one of the last passengers off the plane that crashed into the Hudson River, best known as The Miracle on the Hudson, considered to be the most successful ditching in aviation History. he has built a career as a motivational speaker, mentor and author. Recently named one of the top 100 Leadership Speakers in 2018 in, Dave averages over 100 speeches a year for major corporations across the world.

In his presentations, he shares and teaches “The 12 Principals for Business Success,” precepts that enabled him to become a top producer in some of the largest sales organizations in the world, and ultimately enabled him to survive the plane crash. In addition to being a top sales producer, he was Director of Security for internationally-renowned speaker, Tony Robbins.

Dave has spoken at countless fundraisers that have raised approximately $14M for the American Red Cross. He continues to donate his speaker services to the organization as an expression of gratitude for the care he received from the first person he saw after he was rescued and transferred to land in New Jersey: A Red Cross volunteer with a blanket.

His book, Moments Matter, details the lessons learned from the Miracle on the Hudson and how to take a potentially tragic experience, what he calls ‘you own personal plane crash’ and turn it into an opportunity to survive and “create your own flight plan”.

Dave hosts a radio show, “Moments Matter with Dave Sanderson” which airs every Monday at 11am EST on Contact Talk Radio, IHeartRadio, and has a podcast that is heard weekly on C-Suite Radio. He also hosts an Amazon Daily Flash Briefing, “Dave Sanderson: Declassified” every weekday, sharing lessons and strategies from the top individuals in their field of expertise. He “declassifies” key strategies these successful leaders took to go from being excellent in their respective field to being “outstanding”.

In his TEDx talk, Bouncing Back, Dave shares strategies on how to grow from your own “personal plane crash”, in order to thrive, a new area of research that AARP profiled Dave on, known as PTGS (Post Traumatic Growth Syndrome).

He is a faculty member with Dominique Wilkins, Don Barden, Brittany Tucker and Steve Nedvidek at the Leadership Mindset Series based in Atlanta, GA. Dave knows that a true leader understands that support from others can provide the tools needed to be an even stronger role model. In his exclusive group IMPACT, Dave helps his team grow in their leadership skills with proximity to like-minded, focused servant-leaders they will learn to impact others in their lives emotionally, financially, spiritually and physically. He has recently rolled out an online course, Cultivating Personal Leadership, in which Dave shares the best strategies he has learned from some of the greatest leaders he personally met, studied under, and implemented in his life to become a top producer, sought out speaker, author, and entrepreneur.

With a BBA in International Business, he began his professional career in restaurant management, and went on to work as a National Sales Manager for ADP; Management Consultant for KPMG, Senior Vice-President of Sales for Genesis 10; Application Sales Manager for Oracle, and Security Director for Robbins Research International, Inc., An Anthony Robbins Company.

He lives with Terri, his wife of 30 years and his four children – Chelsey, Colleen, Courtney and Chance – in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Hello everyone and welcome back to MICROCAST MONDAY. I hope you have a great day and a great start to your week. Remember brand new week means brand new opportunities in front of you.

Special thanks to all the brave men and women in the Criminal Justice field. Thank you so much for your service and sacrifice. You have much support.

In this MM I want to talk a little about toxic situations and toxic people in your life. I know this isn't a popular subject, but you really have to take a look at who you surround yourself with. Toxic people will drain your energy and your happiness.

Here is a quote from John Mark Green

"Toxic people attach themselves like cinder blocks to your ankles, and then invite you for a swim in their poisoned waters."

Here are some ways negative people can affect you (By Israelmore Ayivor)

1) They can, and often demean your value

2) They can destroy your image

3) They drive you crazy

4) They dispose of your dreams

5) They discredit your imagination

6) They deframe your abilities & Disbelieve your opinions


Go forth and conquer this day and your week!


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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Thank you for your service.

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If you are going through a tough time, and we all do, see what Frame of Mind Coaching can do for you. Take the free assessment on the CJEvolution website.

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Chris Widener. Chris is an American author and motivational speaker. Chris has written several books on motivation and business. Chris first entered the public speaking industry in 1988. Chris started American Community Business Network, a publishing company later known as Made for Success, in the early 1990s.

Through his company, The Widener Group, Chris delivers about 40 speeches a year on influence, sales, and leadership because of my passion for helping people achieve their Peak Performance. Chris is also a NY Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author of numerous books including “The Art of Influence” and “Leadership Rules."

Patrick and Chris delve into a variety of topics from leadership to influence to how to perform at your best.


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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Thank you all for your service and dedication.

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In this episode, Patrick welcomes Joe Buckner. Joe is the Founder and Visionary of Fort Collins’ only boutique boxing studio, Beautifully Savage: The Art of Pugilism. Born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado, Joe has a passion for the community and helping others to reach their goals and dreams. Joe spent his youth as a multi-sport athlete and later went on to play college football. After a series of unfortunate events though, life took an unexpected turn for Joe and led to a season of homelessness. Determined to fight for a better life, he became more motivated than ever to salvage his dreams and overcome even when defeat seemed imminent. Over time and with a lot of hard work, he paved his way to becoming a successful businessman and now entrepreneur. The many obstacles Joe had to overcome and his persistence in the face of failure birthed a deeply rooted passion to help others fight for their own dream – specifically through boxing. Now, with twenty-four years of sales experience, Joe is on a mission to teach others how to fight their own internal battles through self-reflection, dedication, and persistence. Joe has founded Beautifully Savage boxing gym. By teaching other’s the art of boxing and motivating the community through fitness, Joe is creating a space for others to fight for their lives and overcome barriers. Declaring that “Fighting Solves Everything,” Joe believes each person only needs to unleash their inner fighter to attain the life they have always dreamed of. Joe has dedicated his life to helping people reach their full potential through the sport of boxing as well as in his motivational speaking career. Joe was a featured speaker at TedX Arena Circle in September 2016.


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In this episode of Microcast Monday Patrick talks about the importance of goal setting. Here are five reasons why goal setting will improve your focus.

1) Goals Trigger Behavior

2) Goals Guide your Focus

3) Goals Sustain Momentum

4) Goals align your focus

5) Goal setting promotes self-mastery


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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Keep up the great work and you have much support.

We continue to grow because of you the listener and supporter. Please rate and review the show on iTunes – Give us that 5 Star rating.

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In this episode Patrick welcome Officer Deon Joseph. Officer Joseph is a law enforcement consultant who has worked for the LAPD for over 24 years, twenty-two of those years in downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row community. From patrolling the streets or providing a shoulder for the community to lean on to meeting with public figures and advocating for change, Deon is driven to create an environment conducive to change for the homeless and those trying to reclaim their lives from the grip of addiction. He is an honest, faithful, passionate and caring man – traits he pours into his daily life and activities.

For the past ten years, Deon has served as Senior Lead Officer in charge of safety of the people that live on Skid Row. Deon was able to help change the culture of Skid Row along with his fellow officers, via a grassroots approach as opposed to handcuffs. Over time, Deon discovered that he could not simply make arrests with any hopes of making lasting changes on Skid Row. Coupled with reducing crime in Skid Row, Deon helped build a better relationship between the LAPD and the homeless population they serve.  Deon is considered a subject matter expert on Skid Row crime and culture and has been sought out by multiple news organizations, filmmakers, and politicians to speak on issues related to Skid Row. 

To accomplish changes to the culture of Skid Row, Deon collaborated with the community to develop programs such as the “Just Like U” Mentor program, which began in 2006 at the Union Rescue Mission.  The program was designed to motivate kids living in poverty to see themselves beyond their negative circumstance by placing mentors in front of them who have become successful, but whose lives mirrored the lives of the children.  

In 2008, Deon created an education safety and self-defense seminar focused on the women of Skid Row called “Ladies Night.”  The goal of this program was to ensure that the women of Skid Row understood that no matter their race, criminal background or socioeconomic status, they had a fundamental right to report domestic violence and sexual abuse committed against them, and they would not be penalized for doing so. 

In 2009, Deon began an outreach program with seven other officers that included passing out hygiene kits, as well as drug, housing, and job program information to the homeless to guide them away from the streets and into area programs. Working with housing programs within and outside of Skid Row, Deon was able to help house over 100 homeless people over eight years who were truly ready to take a chance and change their lives for the better. Deon along with his fellow officers were responsible for a 40% reduction in overall crime in Skid Row, and a 32% reduction in death from 2005 to 2009.

Deon, with the help of the Skid Row community, has aggressively focused crime-fighting efforts on drug dealers who are not homeless and come down to Skid Row to sell drugs and alcohol inside and outside of the drug programs.

Deon goes beyond policing the community of Skid Row, he has become a part of it, establishing relationships with a community that most believed would be impossible to do. Deon is proud to be able to show love to the people of Skid Row from an unexpected place. “I just want to be a strong voice in ending homelessness, saving women from being victimized and changing the negative culture and perception of police in the community,” he remarks. Although Deon does not engage in his efforts for accolades, he has been honored citywide and nationally for his work. 

Deon’s selflessness was instilled in him by his heroes, his parents. His parents dedicated their lives to helping others whether they were homeless, abused children or anyone else who needed support. Embracing the early examples and life lessons of his parents, Deon personifies a legacy of community outreach and support that he hopes his own three sons will pass onto the world. 


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Special thanks to all the brave men and women working in the criminal justice field. Thank you for all your hard work and your dedication.

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In this episode Patrick welcomes James Davidson. Jim is a former FBI agent with many years of dedicated service. Jim is also the President of Protect the FBI. This is a 501(c)(4), social welfare organization. Protect the FBI™ is a non-partisan movement composed of former FBI employees and concerned citizens dedicated to safeguarding the FBI from partisan politics.

The FBI is no different than other democratic institutions. Its workforce is intended to serve the public. Not Democrats. Not Republicans. Not Presidents.

Join former FBI employees and Americans from all walks of life. Donate or volunteer to keep Republican and Democrat politics out of the FBI while ensuring it remains subject to meaningful, bipartisan oversight.

To fulfill its mission, Protect the FBI will:

  1.   Host "Ask a Former FBI agent," an online forum, to ensure the public understands the FBI's vital roles, responsibilities, and actions.
  2.   Obtain pledges from Congressional candidates stating they will oversee the FBI in a meaningful, bipartisan manner that serves the American public, not their political party.
  3.   Connect former FBI agents with their congressional representatives to help them better understand the FBI's mission to safeguard the country.
  4.   Lobby for legislation that will empower FBI employees to, without fear of reprisal, identify and report violations of law, mismanagement, or abuses of authority, including, if observed, the corrupt influence of partisan politics on the FBI’s decision-making.

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

I love coffee. I am willing to bet a lot of you out there too. You are going to love the products from Four Sigmatic. From Cocoa’s to Coffee, Four Sigmatic has so many different products you can choose from. I am a huge fan of Lion’s Mane Mushroom Coffee. Head over to and hit the link to this great company.

In this episode Patrick welcomes Purdeep Sangha

Purdeep is an authority on performance psychology, mindfulness, leadership, and business growth. He is also a leader in the science and art of Self-Mastery. 

His inspiration for The Male Entrepreneur was his father, who ironically passed away shortly before seeing Purdeep’s vision come true. His father was an entrepreneur who had immigrated here from India with $11 in his pocket. He worked a minimum wage labor job for many years before starting his own business. Purdeep learned many lessons from his father. Positive attributes such as: values, being strong as a man, masculinity, and never giving up. But he also learned the challenges that came along with being a struggling entrepreneur: the feelings of guilt, not being good enough, and addictions. Seeing his father struggle and having struggled himself, Purdeep’s motivation is to ensure that other male entrepreneurs have the knowledge, tools and skills to create a more profitable business and fulfilling life for them and their family.

He grew up in small town in British Columbia, Canada. He started working on an orchard at the age of 9 and at 16, he was managing over 50 people. He still considers himself to be an orchard boy as his family still has an orchard growing apples and cherries.

Throughout his years, Purdeep was committed to studying successful businesses and was determined to find out what made one entrepreneur more successful over another. He spent thousands of hours studying the best businesses around the world and also attended four of the top business schools in North America such as MIT, Stanford, Ivey and Schulich. Prior to starting his own business, Purdeep was a successful executive at a multi-billion-dollar organization and led various divisions and initiatives such as Marketing, Sales, Customer Experience, Operations, Project Management, and Innovation. 

Now, Purdeep dedicates his time to helping other entrepreneurs and spending time with his family. 

He also loves to podcast, workout, learn new things, and spend time in nature with animals.

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