Original Freedom Podcast #1: Who We Are
Scot and Tom kick off the Original Freedom Podcast explaining what exactly Original Freedom means. The brothers hit on several topics that go into freedom, such as COURAGE and AUTHENTICITY.
Original Freedom Podcast #2: Sacrifice
Scot and Tom, having spent a combined 38 years in the military and 14 years as entrepreneurs, talk about what the term "Sacrifice" means to them and how it does not exist when you are operating at choice in your life.
Original Freedom Podcast #3: Military Leadership in the Corporate World
Scot and Tom discuss the difference in environments between the military and the corporate world when it comes to leadership, with focus around the affinity that civilians have for officers as opposed to enlisted soldiers. The brothers also touch on what leadership skills actually translate from the military to a career after and hiring veterans just because they're veterans.
Original Freedom Podcast #4: From Spec Ops to Corporate Environment
Scot and Tom talk about the skills a special operations soldier can bring to organizations and how their experience can correlate to the corporate world. They also shed light on the culture that breeds professionals that don't like talking about themselves.
Original Freedom Podcast #5: What Drives You?
Tom and Nate go through Tom's achievements throughout his career, what his drivers were along the way and how they can apply to any career and personal motivation.
Original Freedom Podcast #6: Veteran's Experience
Tom and Nate discuss Post Traumatic Stress, the work and research that Tom has done in the area and how fellow veterans and the civilian community can help vets that may be dealing with trauma.
Original Freedom Podcast #7: Max Martini
Max Martini, known for his roles in 13 Hours, Captain Phillips and The Unit, joins the show to talk about how he's grown close with Scot and Tom and his most recent project that he wrote, directed and starred in, Sgt. Will Gardner.
Original Freedom Podcast #8: Embracing the Unknown
Scot and Nate talk with friend of the show, and founder of GrownKiddz, Andrew Cramp about dealing with adversity and embracing the unknown instead of settling for perceived security.
Original Freedom Podcast #9: Order of Loyalty
Tom and Nate talk on the concept of your own "Order of Loyalty." The two discuss how Tom's previous experience training law enforcement officers on the importance of knowing "Who You Are" and "What You Stand For" can apply to people in all walks of life.
Original Freedom Podcast #10: Be a Hero
Tom shares a story of heroes where their Orders of Loyalty came into play and how everyone can aspire to Be a Hero in any area of their lives.
Original Freedom Podcast #11: Writing Spec Ops in Hollywood
The guys sit down with friend of the show and film writer Will Staples. Writer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III and the Shooter TV series, Will stops by to share what it took to make it in Hollywood, the level of research he puts into a script and the upcoming projects he has in the works.
Original Freedom Podcast #12: The Power of Music
Scot and Nate sit down with friend of the show and talented musician Roothub, known for his work at Burning Man and Wanderlust, to talk about the power music can have in creating positive change. Root tells his story and performs an Instant Anthem for Nate on the spot.
Original Freedom Podcast #13: Living Now (Part 1)
Scot talks with Nate and friend of the show, former radio host and Raleigh Mix 101.5 legend, Bill Jordan about their experiences Living Now and not waiting for "If" and "When".
Original Freedom Podcast #14: Living Now (Part 2)
Scot, Nate and guest Bill Jordan dive into Scot's story behind living now. The guys also touch on how to get past our natural fear-based operating systems, being present and not waiting to go after what we want.
Original Freedom Podcast #15: Regret Doesn't Exist
Scot and Nate talk about the concept of regret. Scot shares his beliefs around the concept that Nate and Tom previously stated was a big motivator for them, as it relates to the things they've done in life and accomplished professionally.