Tripp Lanier is not an alcoholic, but he is a dude who enjoys coaching other dudes and top entrepreneurs around the world to get out of the shallow end of the pool, redefine success, and align their work with what they were put on this Earth to do. Tripp is the creator and host of one of my favorite podcasts The New Man Podcast: Beyond the Macho Jerk and the New Age Wimp.
Adam Jasinski was the winner of the popular television series "Big Brother 9" where he earned the $500,000 prize. Adam later admitted to using portions of the money to buy large quantities of drugs to both use and distribute. He was charged in 2009 by the DEA for possessing 2,000 Oxycodone pills with intent to distribute.
Good friend and fellow sober guy Seth Manter joins the show again to discuss the power of thought, navigating through early sobriety, and also shares why he bought a couch that had been pissed on. The guys also read an email from listener Sarah who asks how to deal with a loved one who is addicted and suffers from chronic relapses.
May is mental health awareness month. Jess and Shane chat about this months 1 Million Mowhawk Challenge, mental health, and share thoughts and ideas that sometimes make sense...and sometimes do not...all in good fun.
Zach Gowen is one of the most inspirational athletes in the world. Overcoming a broken home, childhood cancer, leg amputation, and drug and alcohol addiction. He’s the world’s first 1-legged professional wrestler, former WWE superstar, former American Ninja Warrior contestant.
I recently had the opportunity to attend the Innovations In Recovery conference in San Diego California. We recorded some great shows with some phenomenal guests from different parts of the recovery community. Listen to the Sober Guy Innovations In Recovery podcast content here!
Jaana Woodbury was one of my favorite people to meet at the Innovations In Recovery Conference. Her own story and struggle with addiction is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat, but to hear what her and her husband are doing today in the recovery community is amazing.
Cam Adair is a Canadian-born speaker, YouTuber and pioneer on video game addiction. He’s the founder of Game Quitters, the world’s largest support community for video game addiction, with members in over 70 countries.