Central PA Performance Podcast
Release Date: 01/13/2020
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Ed O'Brien is one of the most trusted names when it comes to helping athletes get recruited. He travels around the United States filming and running camps/clinics for high school and middle school football players looking to showcase their talents. Ed is a past guest and I brought him back on so we discuss what you can do as an athlete during this time of uncertainty to continue to get your name out there and promote yourself to college coaches. Ed will go over his checklist of what you should be doing now and not waiting till things get back to normal in this...info_outline Central PA Performance Podcast
Dr. Smith is a pharmacist and professor at Westin University in California. He is a graduate of Central Dauphin High School and also of Bloomsburg University where he played football. As well as being a pharmacist and professor he also set up a Non-Profit to help people who are uninsured and the homeless population. We discuss many things in this podcast including how we are treating the Coronavirus and what we need to do about it. This is a must listen to hear what Shawn (on the front line) fighting this virus has to say about it. Also check out...info_outline Central PA Performance Podcast
Craig Morrison is the main man at Accord Restoration. A company at helping individuals and companies recover from damage from a broken water pipe, to flood, and fire damage and everything in between. Listen to what Craig's life was like growing up and how he applied many of those early life skills to his work. Contact Accord Restoration 717-564-4000info_outline Central PA Performance Podcast
This episode is on the pandemic that is sweeping the world right now the Coronavirus. How it is the job of every American to support each other in this time but also question what is going on.info_outline Central PA Performance Podcast
Scott Dunwoody is the Executive Director of the Bethesda Mission. Scott oversees 60 employees and has a $3.7 million operating budget, offering opportunties for real hope in the lives of hurting men, women and children. The Bethesda Mission has been in operation for 105 years in business. On average there are 100 men who come up to the doors each month. He has been a member of the Central YMCA for 48 years and also graduated from Penn State with Franco Harris/Lydell Mitchell.info_outline Central PA Performance Podcast
Dr. Treichler is one of the best Chiropractors in the state of PA. ~He discusses that Chiropractors are used by almost every professional sports team. ~How people need to be more proactive with their health ~We should not treat symptoms, but treat problems. Listen in and hear more from Dr. Michael Treichler. Go here to learn more:info_outline
Bob Rogers - Aka: “Mr. Bob”, World Famous Mr. Bob, Doppler Bob
President of Rogers Family Group Ltd.
Started working at 14, picking fruit, worked at IHOP in high school as well as doing co-op as a mailroom operator in my senior year. Solid c student with the frequent comment “does not work to full potential”.
Joined the Navy as an Operations Specialist (Radar) Stationed in Barbers Pt. HI on shore duty after being one of the top 5 out of two classes at training. Received orders to the USS Oldendorf out of San Diego and went on a deployment to Philippians, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand.
While in the Navy took a correspondence course in electronics and after discharge became an entry level technician working on mimeographs, spirit duplicators, copiers and Fax machines. Attended HACC during this time working on a degree in electronic engineering.
Hired by a company working on laboratory precision balances and was recruited back to head up a new training and refurbish center for the copier company.
Was offer an opportunity to join a brand-new copier business as the Service Manager by a man who had been my football coach in High school, really gave me a great education in how and what it takes to be in business. The company was purchased by the 2nd largest copier dealership in the world and I spent 2 years as a service manager for them learning about the operations of a large-scale business. My previous boss asked if I wanted to start another company up, jumped at the prospect and we started another company.
I reached a point in my life at 42 that I wanted more time for family and to enjoy life so I quit on my birthday and formed Mr. Bob’s Subway in 2001 and opened my first store in 2002.
Now, almost 18years later it was the best move I could have made.