August 9, 2018
It's always special when we have Karl Monger on the show. Karl is no stranger to the show or the HMG family. Karl is the Founder and Executive Director of GallantFew Inc. a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that has been around since 2013 and who's mission has helped thousands of veterans transition successfully into civilian life. Karl has developed or helped develop countless programs for veterans that all can be found on www.gallantfew.org
He is a Army Ranger Veteran, Husband, Father, Mentor and Friend! Karl is also the Author of "Common Sense Transition" that can be found on amazon and was the executive producer of the award winning 2015 veteran short film "Prisoner of War".
Take a listen to Karl's story and hear him discuss some of the new programs coming to GallantFew such as the "WAM PROJECT", What the S.T.A.R. System means and an upcoming event Called VETEXPOÂ www.vetxpo.com.
July 31, 2018
What an interview! Take a listen as we sit down with National Recording Artist, Co-Host of The American Dream TV and Founder of Voice for Heroes.org, AMY SCRUGGS!
Amy shares her story and a very personal "Decision Hour" with us.
Amy Scruggs is a national recording artist who has opened for many country music greats. Amy has been featured in numerous country music magazines including radio and press while she was on tour. From 2009-2012 she was honored to be the spokesperson for the American Veterans of California (AMVETS). Amy has her high energy show with her country band the “Ghostriders”, led by her son Ryan Scruggs. She is also an accomplished jazz/popvocalist and pianist. Amy is the current co-host for "The American Dream" national TV show with Craig Sewing. She is also a known activist for non-profitsincluding being the founder and President of a 501c3 foundation “Voice For Heroes”. When not working she enjoys all the San Diego activities and lifestylewhile being a wife and mother of 6.
July 27, 2018
Jan Ohrstrom has been a pro wrestler since the age of 16. He was trained at the legendary School of Hard Knocks in San Bernadino, California under the mentorship of Jesse Hernandez. From there he proceeded to wrestle all around the Southwest United States and Mexico. Shortly after September 11, 2001, Jan made the decision to put his dream of becoming a WWE Star on hold and enlisted into the United States Army. During his time in service, Jan continued to wrestle up till deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom II, were he was promoted to Sergeant and was nominated for a Bronze Star. In 2006, Jan was Honorably discharged from the Army and he went back to wrestling and onto college.
Fast forward a few years, Jan has created a veteran apparel company called Scars and Stripes, and has also produce and Co-Stared in a new film called “Valhalla Club Documentary” which shows some of the struggles veterans face after war and how Pro Wrestling became a positive outlet for him and some other veterans.
Be sure to listen as Jan Share one of the biggest “Decision Hours” we have heard to date, you might be surprised of the out come. And be sure to check out “The Valhalla Club Documentary” on Amazon and also check out “Scars And Stripes.com” Tune in!
July 16, 2018
Join us in this episode as we talk with Brian Hazelgren. Brian is author, Motivational Speaker, Talk Show host and so much more. Tune is as Adam and Patti talk with Brian about his company Rx2Live, which is one of the fastest growing franchises and is leading in the medical and wellness services field. Also, Brian make a very special announcement near the end of the show! Listen in to find out what it could be… here’s a teaser, it’s someone of give away!
July 11, 2018
We are excited to introduce you all to Tonia Adleta. Tonia is a Single Parent, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Mentor and Founder of The Single Parent Summit which takes place July 18-22nd 2018!
Listen in as she shares some of her stories as a single parent who is also a business woman. Hear about The Single Parent Summit and what it’s all about and listen close as she shares her decision hour and how it changed her life. Grab a pen and take notes!
June 22, 2018
In this very special episode of the Decision Hour, We had the honor o sit down and talk with Maj. Gen. Carl Schneider, U.S. Air Force (RET). Where to do we begin? This is a man that has seen it all, from growing up durning the Great Depression in Central Texas “Dust Bowl” working in the cotton fields, to joining the Army/Air Force in Sept. 1946. Carl shares some very memorable stories as he gives of a glimpse of his 32 year career in the military from being a fighter pilot to spear fishing with Buzz Aldrin. We talk a little about life after the Military and all the work Carl does now to help the veteran community across the country.
Carl is a published author with books like…
Little House On The High Plains - A book about growing up during the Great Depression with his 5 siblings.
Jet Pioneer: A Fighter Pilot’s Memoir - story of Major General Carl G. Schneider's thirty-two year U.S. Air Force career. Beginning in 1946 as a newly enlisted AAF private, he rose through the ranks to become a two star general--an accomplishment very few men in American history have ever achieved.
Carl has done and seen it all! He truly is one of our nations heroes. We are blessed to call this man a friend. It’s always great talking with Carl and we hope you enjoy this very special episode.
June 8, 2018
If you’re in the market for a new credit card processing company or your business needs some funding, then grab a pen and take notes. In this episode, we talk with U.S. Army Veteran and the CEO/Founder of 12B Capital Mr. Isaac Belden. Isaac gives us a little background about himself, how 12B Capital got started and what business owns should know when it comes to funding and Credit Card Processing. If you think all Credit card processing is the same… think again! Take notes. Check them out at www.12bcapital.com