Four guests join me for this important episode: Matthew Ory, Preston Hayes, Barry Sartin Jr., and David Ardoin. All are highly-respected civil & criminal attorneys who offer litigation services to individuals and businesses.
Matt Ory & David Ardoin have worked together 10 years at AMO Trial Lawyers. Their practice areas included: criminal defense, medical malpractice, and personal injury.
Preston Hayes & Barry Sartin Jr. are partners at HMS Law Firm — they help clients primarily with business litigation, construction law, personal injury and trial presentation.
In this episode, the first hour we focus on Hurricane Ida: the recovery, price gouging…
My guest is HUGE in Korea! He’s also fast-becoming famous here in the US.
Dr. Chris Yandle can thank his 8th-grade daughter, Addison, for worldwide fame and adulation. If not for her letting Dad know how much she enjoyed #DadLunchNotes, he might’ve stopped writing them.
As it were, the day Chris didn’t slip a note into Addison’s lunch, she asked what was up. That let Chris know she was not only reading his notes but enjoying them.
Melanie Boudreaux is an Assistant Professor at Nicholls State University — she teaches Human Resource Management. She’s also Faculty Advisor for the Society of Human Resource Management and works as HR Director at Environment Safety & Health Consulting Services (ES&H). And just in case Melanie found herself with free time — she’s also enrolled at University of South Alabama, where she will soon finish her PhD in Business Management.
In lieu of eating and sleeping, evidently, Melanie enjoys being a wife to Benny Boudreaux, a mother of 6-year old twins, and paints Louisiana-themed crafts at Brushed by BouDreaux.
Brandt Quick is a Fully Integrated Business Coach (FIBC) & Certified Health Coach. He’s also CEO & President of BQuick Athletic Development, a health & fitness company, and CEO & President of BQuick Nutrition, maker of natural sports nutrition energy, endurance, and recovery vitamins/supplements, which aim to improve quality of life.
A former Kansas State football player who later transferred to Tulane University, Brandt is now a triathlete and well-regarded trainer who’s competed at very high levels. He brings practical experience & knowledge not just to athletes, clients, and businesses, but also to himself & his coaching colleagues.0
My guest is Richard Cuicchi. He’s a New Orleans baseball historian and the founder of the Metro New Orleans Area Baseball Player Database. Born in Shaw, MS, he has spent most of his adult life in New Orleans, and says he’s now a true “New Orleanian.”
After graduating from Mississippi State University, Richard came to New Orleans to work for the local utility in IT. As a husband & father of four, he took the traditional route to retirement. That is, 40 years of living within his means, staying out of debt and diligently contributing to a 401K.
Gee Cassard is the Head Baseball Coach at Ascension Catholic High School in Donaldsonville, Louisiana. We first met when he recruited me to play baseball at Nicholls State University, where he was the Assistant Coach / Head Recruiter at the time.
Coach Gee gave me a chance to play Division I baseball, and for that I’m forever grateful. I don’t know how my life works out if he doesn’t give me a shot.
In this episode, we spend significant time swapping baseball stories. We recall games & road trips we shared at NSU at the turn of the century, which…
My guest is Eric Richard — he’s pretty far along the path to FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early). In fact, in July 2019, he quit his full-time job to become a location-independent entrepreneur.
After learning about FIRE in 2015, he immediately began making positive life changes. First thing he got serious about was personal finance. By following the principles of financial independence (FI), he soon had enough savings & investments to leave his job and start living the digital nomad lifestyle.
Dream come true.
Eric now hosts the Nomad on FIRE podcast, where he talks about the digital nomad lifestyle…
Bryan McGeHee is my guest. Together with his brother, Mitch, they started GATR Coolers in 2017, selling coolers with only three available sizes to mostly family & friends. Four years later business is booming — they’ve expanded to drinkware, apparel, accessories, and replacement parts in addition to various coolers!
In this episode, we discuss GATR’s explosive growth — from conception till now. First, Bryan tells me why they named the company after alligators. Answer: trapping [alligators] has been a huge part of their life. He loves the culture around the swamps, and wanted the company’s spelling to be a play…
I’ve gotten to know Mark Allan Bovair on Twitter, where he’s built a huge following consistently sharing his thoughts & ideas.
Mark is the author of the Finance and Fatherhood Newsletter. He’s also a single dad of three teenagers who has a full-time job in Accounting and three (3) profitable side-businesses — all while studying for the Life Insurance & Series 6 exams to be a financial advisor.
In this episode, we discuss Mark’s best days on Twitter. Recently, he says the controversial and chaotic revolt of “Redditors” against a prominent Wall Street hedge fund was one of those best…
My guest is Brent McDonald. He is the Principal at Summer Creek High School in Houston, Texas, and former Head Baseball Coach at Cypress Falls High School. He & wife, Angie, have two kids, BreAnna, 17 & Dominick, 15.
“Coach Mac,” or “Mac,” as his number is saved in my phone, is someone I’ve always respected & admired. For over 25 years, he’s been a real-life influencer — not to be confused with wannabe modern-day social media “influencers.”