Brian S. Bentley is a former LAPD Officer who spent the majority of his 10 year career working in South Central. Now he is a journalist, outspoken critic of the LAPD and is the author of One Time: The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer. In this explosive podcast we discuss his insider knowledge as it relates to the Rodney King incident, L.A. Riots, O.J. Simpson trial, Notorious BIG murder and overt racism within the LAPD.
We also discuss Suge Knights unusual amount of influence within the LAPD. Brian also comments on his thoughts regarding the Christopher Dorner rampage. This was maybe the most interesting conversation that I have ever had (so interesting that I ran 45 minutes long!) and I hope you enjoy it!
Guest: Connect with Brian S. Bentley on Facebook or check out his books One Time : The Story of a South Central Los Angeles Police Officer and Honor without Integrity.
Damien Foord and Julius Bercasio are brand building specialists that run the MTCA Agency and are two of the most unique and compelling guys you’ll ever meet! In this podcast we discuss the role faith, the military, gang affiliation and friendship have had on these friends journey to building one of the most uniquely focused and fastest growing creative agencies around.
Kelly Glover is a podcaster, host of her own radio show Big Curvy Love and the best guest booker on the internet. In this podcast we discuss all of the ways she helps me book great guests for the podcast, her radio career and all things Australia. Kelly has greatly helped shape the identity of Spinning Logic by getting most of the amazing guests you have heard.
Guest Connect with Kelly by visiting her website, http://bigcurvylove.com/.
John Dolan is a personal friend (and resident Dzbrodz) that also happens to be a fitness and nutrition expert! In this podcast we discuss his semi-professional rugby team, weight lifting, why he believes that cardio is dumb, nutritional fads and the politicsof freedom. John does a great job during the podcast of boiling nutrition down to its most simple and easily consumable form.
Guest: Connect with John on Twitter @jdolan81.
Tony Cutillo is a Real Sports Insider and Fantasy Sports Expert who runs the popular FantasySportsAddiction.com as well as being the lead editorial writer on eWrestlingNews.com. He has been featured on ESPN as well as numerous nationally syndicated shows. In this podcast we discuss the Super Bowl, sports gambling, the leagues being in bed with Draft Kings and Fan Duel, Pro Wrestling and fantasy sports.
Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld has made over 26,000 skydives and has led 4 and 8 person formation skydiving teams to six world championships. He is a member of the 2014 Skydiving Hall of Fame class. And he did this after surviving a horrific plane crash in which he broke his neck and was in a coma for 6 weeks.
He authored his story in the book Above All Else and is currently a much sought after motivational speaker. In this podcast we discuss how the plane crash, which killed 16 of the 22 people aboard, affected him and his mindset. We also discuss what it takes to be a world champion.
Ryan Ferguson spent 10 years in prison for a murder that he did not commit. During that time he devoted himself to becoming Stronger, Faster, Smarter and even wrote a book by the same name. He is the focus of the recently released Dream/Killer documentary, which details his case. In addition to that, now as a vindicated and free man he spends much of his time talking about gaps in the justice system that cause wrongful convictions and what really happens in the fallout of overturned convictions.
In this podcast we discuss gaps in the legal system, what steps can be made to improve the system, how wrongful convictions re-victimize families and how he handled his time in prison. We also discuss the new focus being brought to wrongful convictions be the Steven Avery case from the Making a Murderer docuseries.
Guest - Connect with Ryan Ferguson on Twitter @lifeafterten on his site RyanFergusonFitness.com or read his book Stronger, Faster, Smarter: A Guide to Your Most Powerful Body. Show Notes -
Nancy Hartwell is a journalist who is functional in 20 languages. She is the author of the award winning and best selling novels Harem Slave, Voices from the Harem and Prince Ibrahim's Favorite. As an expert on the subject of human trafficking we discuss the role of oil money in the middle east and Russian organized crime in the increasing business of international human trafficking. We also discuss the Natalie Holloway case, her own personal experience with her friend being enslaved and how to take steps to protect those that you love from potential predators.
Guest: Connect with Nancy Hartwell by going to her site http://nancyhartwell.com
Daniel Hayes is an Olympic Boxing hopeful from the country of Trinidad and Tobago. He is also mixed martial artist, a model and an actor who has done commercials for And1 and Nike as well as playing roles in movies like Lucky 13 and Going Down in LA-LA Land.In this podcast we discuss the mindset of fighting and his quest for Olympic gold. We also talk about the business side of acting and how he is using his skills of fighting and acting together to parlay his success.
Richard Hobbs is a West Point graduate and retired combat infantry kernel who has worked in the Pentagon and the Middle East bureau of the State Department. He is also a very successful author, including of several books on the Muslim world including Death by a Thousand Cuts, The Myth of Victory and his most recent work Islam versus Civilization. We discuss the history of the Middle East and how past wars, religion and politics continues to make this the most complex region of the world.
Robin Alexis is a medium, Reiki master, pet communicator, medical intuitive and ghost communicator. She is ALSO an author, host of her own call-in radio show and has been a guest on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE, Showtime’s The Real “L” Word, and Beyond with James Van Praagh. In this podcast Robin does a live reading of me. We also discuss her near death experiences, how she learned of her powers and all of the work she does. We also re-live her very memorable experience on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Heather Molina is the author of the On Common Ground blog, a podcaster, world traveler and a Female Superman Dimepiece. As my first ever repeat guest we discuss previous podcasts, our growing friendship, her upcoming show, her upcoming ayahuasca tour and her ability to be an extroverted introvert. She is one of my favorite people on Earth, give it a listen!
Marc Shackman is a contemporary shaman, transformational life coach, guest speaker and heart energy medicine therapist. He is also one of the founders of Ayahuasca Healings, A Native American Church based in the United States. We discuss ceremony safety, legalities, how he received his calling and his extensive travels!
Julian Hosp is a medical doctor, a former professional basketball player, a former professional kite surfer and is the author of the #1 Amazon Best Seller - 25 Stories I Would Tell My Younger Self. In this podcast we talk about following your intuition over conventional thinking, going to the best places to learn, location freedom and Julian shares some stories from his best selling book.
Liz Covart is a historian holding a PhD in history from University of California - Davis where she studied with 2-time Pulitzer Prize winning historian Alan Taylor and she is the host of the wildly popular Ben Franklins World podcast. In this podcast we discuss the history of revolutionary times, Franklin, Hamilton, Jay, Jefferson as well as the politics of today.
Bree Noble is the founder and CEO of Women of Substance Radio and its sister podcast, she was the Director of Finance for Opera Pacific and spent almost 10 years as a touring singer and songwriter. In this podcast we discuss the music business, how the internet changed everything, how her vision issues shaped her life, how she is helping females in music, the power of gratitude and her many successes.
Stephanie Osborn is the true Interstellar Woman of Mystery. She is a rocket scientist who is a 20 year veteran in the civilian space program helping with numerous space shuttle flights, the International Space Station and astronaut training. She holds degrees in Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. And now in retirement she has become a best selling author of over 20 books include some science fiction epics like Burnout: The mystery of Space Shuttle STS-281 and the critically acclaimed Displaced Detective Series.
Brenda Gregory is a functional medicine nutritionist and the founder of Resonant Nutrition. She has her Masters degree in Nutrition and Functional Medicine and is a trained Muay Thai Kickerboxer. In this podcast we discuss sugar, stress, adrenal glands, fecal transplants, the genome, the microbiome and overall nutrition. Grab a pencil before this podcast starts, because Brenda drops some serious knowledge!
Jessica Rhodes is the founder of Interview Connections, the first company devoted primarily to matching podcasts and guests. In this podcast we discuss the inner workings of her business, managing a non-localized staff, her podcast and internet TV show, her past work as a community organizer and her hilarious videos..