Why does history really matter? Did you know that according to a survey by the Newseum, less than 20% of Americans know what rights the First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees?This may explain why so many Americans do not understand the impact of populist and political actions that have a direct impact on freedom of religion, speech, press and peaceful gathering.
In this episode we examine the idea of experiential education and why going to places where history happened and meeting experts who can tell us stories about those events is a fun and entertaining way to learn. Most importantly, while we are having fun we can make choices about the future of America from a position of strength that comes from knowing the truth of our history.
When our Forefathers Founded America, they faced tremendous adversity. As we reflect on our Independence Day, we consider how the Founders worked together, analyzed their circumstances and made decisions that were tied directly to their goals.
LIfe as an entrepreneur requires a similar attitude and passion to succeed. In today's episode, you'll meet David Schumer, affectionately known to everyone he meets as 'Schumie.' You'll hear about a defining moment in his life, while at the peak of his career, that left him in an intensive care unit fighting for his life.
Against all odds, Schumie fought back from being unable to communicate or walk to being a Motivational Speaker on a national stage. Schumie's an entrepreneur who is pursuing his dream by inspiring Americans from every walk of life. Like America's Founders, Schumie did not give up on his dream!
In today's episode, we walk through a practical application of the 7th Founding LIBERTY Principle. We have a great discussion with Sergio Mota, a 19 year old that grew up in the Bronx housing projects and was encouraged by his family to move to South Florida. Sergio gives a great insight into how college students are exposed to entrepreneurship in today's educational system.
Sergio shares his personal experience working in a family small business. As a full time college student, he also works several days per week for his Aunt in an antique business which operates both a storefront retail establishment and an online website. He explains a number of important lessons that will impact his future, no matter what career path he pursues.
It’s important for Americans to learn how to help young people engage in the entrepreneurial mindset as well as how to develop apprentice relationships. Sergio walks through several practical examples of how to start that process and regardless of whether young people actually become small business owners, the lessons Sergio discusses are important to consider.
This week, in Episode 10, we ask questions about the impact of entrepreneurship on our young people. Why is it crucial for them to understand how the free market works and what will it matter to their future?
The discussion centers around PATRIOT MISSION's 7th Founding LIBERTY Principle; We believe it is crucial to inspire YOUNG citizens to become tough-minded, ethical entrepreneurs so they can help create long-term solutions for America.
We explore the differences between young people who are coming of age in this generation and those from previous eras like the Baby Boomers. How can we effectively leverage our experience to create a stronger economy and more united citizenry across the generations? Listen to today's show and find out.
In Episode 9 - we ask a question that has probably been burning a hole in your brain for years. What do Intellectual Property, the Pilgrims and Elephants all have in common? Listen to this week's show and to find out!
We review our 6th Founding LIBERTY Principle which is as follows: We Believe Personal Property Rights and the Free Enterprise System are a TIMELESS Constitutional cornerstones upon which America was founded.
In the in the discussion we examine a number of basic ideas that will help you see how tapping into your gifts and talents can impact the future of your family, community and the nation. The converse is also true. If we don't pursue our strengths, we create a slippery slope for America.
In this week's episode, we delve into what have become touchy subjects; capitalism and excessive public spending. PATRIOT MISSION's 5th LIBERTY Principle addresses the impact of public servants in elected, appointed, or employed bureaucratic positions of authority whose beliefs are contrary to the U.S. Constitution.
We believe Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness are put at tremendous RISK by those who reject capitalism and promote excessive public spending.
As citizens, once we understand these crucial topics, the question is how do we discern what is happening in local, state and federal governments with our money? We'll discuss a simple question you can ask to determine what's really going on. This tactic is the only real way we can protect Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
According to the Small Business Administration, most would-be entrepreneurs never reach their first anniversary. Those who make it to five years are filling party balloons while Founders who make it to ten years join their colleagues in rarefied air. What does it take to stay in business from a humble start-up to a thriving company for 35 years? Meet Don Meeks, Founder of Don's Import Auto in Vero Beach, Florida.
In today's episode, Don and Steve drill into PATRIOT MISSION's Fourth LIBERTY Principle: We believe ENTREPRENEURSHIP is the primary economic means to inspire men and women to pursue their dreams and achieve prosperity.
Don describes his experience starting a debt free small business, transitioning from a partnership to a growth company and now stabilizing with a large staff and management team. Learn how a weekly lunch date with his team impacts his company and amazing insights that can lead to longevity and prosperity in small business.
In this week's program, we explore key elements in the third of PATRIOT MISSION's 7 Founding LIBERTY Principles. Our discussion begins with the similarities in our national circumstances right now as compared to 1776 when we declared our independence from Great Britain.
PATRIOT MISSION Founding LIBERTY Principle 3. We believe it is important to elect leaders who share a common BELIEF in our Judeo-Christian heritage and the magnificence of the US Constitution.
In this broadcast, we consider why a citizen would swear allegience to a nation and more specifically to the US Constitution. What emanated from the minds and hearts of its framers that inspires American servicemen and women to put their lives on the line for you and me? What does Memorial Day really mean?
In today's program, Austin Hunt, Founder of Harvest Food & Outreach will explain how he and his team have created, tested and expanded a fantastic strategy to serve the local community with both food, hope and an exit strategy from poverty.
PATRIOT MISSION Founding LIBERTY Principle # 2 – We Believe providentially inspired American INGENUITY has created the strongest economy and most generous society the world has ever known.
In today's America it is impossible to turn on any mainstream media program without being told that our nation that is $18 Trillion in debt needs to spend money we don't have to help the poor keep their dignity.Unfortunately the statistics are clear that we need to learn from our history (again) and discover the best ways to give our fellow citizens a hand up, not a hand out.
Why is small business important to America? There are many reasons. Often times the focus is on the economic impact. In our show today, I want to focus on the personal impact. Since there are 30 million small businesses in America, ask yourself how many people including founders, employees and families are directly impacted.
PATRIOT MISSION Founding LIBERTY Principle # 1 – We Believe the economic Backbone of America is powered by the LEADERSHIP of small business founders, employees and their families.
Meet retired US Air Forcce Colonel Marty Zickert who has worked his entire career in service to the nation. After retiring from the military, Col Z worked with local veteran organizations in Indian River County to create new momentum to serve those who served America.
In this discussion, you'll learn some of the creative ways Col Z and his team engaged veterans and local businesses in efforts to connect existing resources to those in need. His work over many years is bearing a tremendous amount of fruit.
Battlefield and Marketplace warriors.
Battlefield warriors are those individuals who volunteer to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States. These are men and women who choose to make themselves available to go into harm’s way in order to protect our country and to take a stand against evil in the world.
Marketplace warriors are entrepreneurs and founders of companies who share many of the same characteristics of battlefied warriors. Meet Kelly Fischer, a top producer in the real estate industry, who plays a big game and understands why success is a team sport.
Introducting the MAKING AMERICA STRONG AGAIN national radio and podcast program. In our first episode, you'll learn why we are focused on national restoration and promoting stories of American Exceptionalism. You will discover why we want to Inspire a Nation and to Celebrate America NOW!
You'll meet Steve Schwartz, founder of an innovative national web development company, PDGo.com Steve shares the inspirational experiences that led him to launch his firm in the pre-historic internet days BEFORE Y2K. (Can you remember back that far?)