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#8: Fighting your bullies and needing validation with Larry Hagner

Larry Hagner is the founder of the Good Dad Project and The Dad Edge Podcast. Larry shares his challenges growing up as an overweight child, how he started fighting back, and how he channeled his confidence into competitive martial arts.

You can get more of Larry at the Good Dad Project.

EPISODE SPOTLIGHT: Steve Hartman

Steve Hartman is a correspondent for CBS News. Steve hosts "On the Road" where he profiles individuals and groups across the United States that do kind things for others in their community.

Learn more about Steve and "On the Road"

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  • August 15, 2018

BOTW August 5, 2018: Jennifer Harshman, Philipp Lomboy

Best of the Everyday Fighter Podcast for the week of August 5, 2018

#6: Jennifer Harshman

#7: Philipp Lomboy

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  • August 12, 2018

#7: How to be a good training partner

Philipp shares a story about participating in his first 10-man fight and what it taught him about being a good training partner.

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  • August 10, 2018

#6: Fighting the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and rediscovering life balance with Jennifer Harshman

Jennifer Harshman is a mother of three, a writing and publishing expert, and a business owner. Jennifer is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and is on a mission to help others by sharing her story.

You can get more of Jennifer on Facebook and http://www.harshmanservices.com

EPISODE SPOTLIGHT: Humans of New York

Humans of New York began as a photography project by Brandon Stanton in 2010. The initial goal was to photograph 10,000 New Yorkers on the street, and create an exhaustive catalogue of the city’s inhabitants. Somewhere along the way, Brandon began to interview his subjects in addition to photographing them. And alongside their portraits, he'd include quotes and short stories from their lives. Over the past five years, it has also expanded to feature stories from over twenty different countries.

Learn more about them at http://www.humansofnewyork.com

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  • August 6, 2018

BOTW July 29, 2018: David Mee, Philipp Lomboy

Best of the Everyday Fighter Podcast for the week of July 29, 2018

#4: David Mee

#5: Philipp Lomboy

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  • August 5, 2018

#5: Maximizing opportunities

Two ways to approach and maximize opportunities in your training and in life.

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  • August 2, 2018

#4: Fighting the first steps of the martial arts journey and becoming your child’s friend with David Mee

David Mee is a father of five from South Australia. David is fairly new to martial arts, just six months into his journey with karate. In this interview David shares his experiences being in the same class and learning alongside his teenage son.

You can get more from David on Facebook.

EPISODE SPOTLIGHT: Special Books by Special Kids

Special Books by Special Kids shares stories, providing neurodiverse individuals and their families with a platform to share their thoughts and experiences. They also serve as an educational resource inspiring all humans - from parents, to teachers and service providers, to those unfamiliar with neurodiversity.

Learn more about them at http://www.specialbooksbyspecialkids.org

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  • July 30, 2018

BOTW July 22, 2018: Mark Goblowsky, Brian King, Matt Oyler

Best of the Everyday Fighter Podcast for the week of July 22, 2018

#1: Mark Goblowsky

#2: Brian King

#3: Matt Oyler

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  • July 29, 2018

#3: Fighting obesity and chronic pain with Matt Oyler

Matt Oyler is a former amateur MMA fighter, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker. Matt shares how his plans to play college football were crushed, how hit rock bottom with obesity, and how he used his competitive nature to completely change his life.

You can get more from Matt at the Undefeated by Choice Podcast.

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  • July 22, 2018

#2: Fighting bullies and cultivating harmony in your children with Brian King

Brian King is an ADHD coach for parents and teens, cancer survivor, and father of three boys. In this interview Brian shares how he fought his childhood bully and won, continuing his martial arts path as a father, and his philosophy on raising kids to value harmony and develop empathy.

You can get more of Brian at https://brianraymondking.com

Episode Spotlight: Raising Men Lawn Care Service
RMLS provides free lawn care to our elders, those who are disabled, single mothers and our veterans, who do not have the time, resources and/or money to manicure their yards. Learn more about them at http://weareraisingmen.com

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  • July 22, 2018