Paul Berezetsky

Episode 2 | Retired Navy SEAL Legend Fulfills “The Promise” With Education Company | Ed Hiner, Asymmetrical Evolution

Mark Balmert, Executive Director of the San Diego Military Advisory Council, and Charles Parisi, CEO of Cloudcast Media (filling in for vacationing Drew Schlosberg), are joined in studio by retired Navy SEAL Lt. Commander Ed Hiner to discuss the promise and purpose behind Asymmetrical Evolution, his education company offering the “PhD, ME” degree to high school students. From self-leadership and personal accountability to habitudes and discipline, Ed’s SEALpreneurship program has it all. You’ll also listen to Mark and Ed discuss mission and mustangs!

Episode 14 | Terry Hoage: From Elite Athlete to Wine Proprietor

Not many people get to have on their resume: National Championship, Heisman Trophy Candidate, Super Bowl Champion, and successful wine maker. But Terry Hoage is one of the rare individuals who do, and on this episode, Terry talks about how he went from winning at Sanford Stadium to making touchdowns in the wine industry in Paso Robles, CA, and also the effect covid-19 has had on the local wine industry. He also talks about his longtime relationship with Coach Dooley, who once said he had the most recruited (Herschel Walker) and the least recruited player (Terry Hoage) in the same year.

Terry is a former UGA football player, Heisman Trophy Candidate, and 1984 SEC Player of the Year. He was a member of the infamous 1980 National Championship and teammates with Herschel Walker. His NFL career spanned 13 seasons with six teams, including the New Orleans Saints (where he met his wife). As a professional athlete, he reached the pinnacle of NFL success by becoming a Super Bowl champion on the 1992 Washington Redskins team. He is now proprietor and winemaker of TH Estate Wines in Paso Robles, CA, along with his wife Jennifer. Paying homage to his alma mater and football days, he named some of his wine, “Hedges”, “The Pick”, and “The 46”.

TH Estate Wines: thestatewines.com

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Former San Diego “Navy Mayor” Now Leads Navy Installations Command

Mark Balmert, Executive Director of the San Diego Military Advisory Council, is joined VADM Yancy Lindsey, Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC). VADM Lindsey, the former San Diego “Navy Mayor,” talks about the mission of CNIC; his experience as Commander of the Navy Region Europe, Africa, Central Command; and his goals as CNIC. Balmert discusses SDMAC projects in the COVID-19 era.

Red White & True | Episode 10 | “They Know The Truth” | Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

When we say Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is fighting 1000 fires at once, you can believe it. In this great interview with Attorney General Paxton, you’ll hear the chilling words that mail-in voting is the “strategic plan of the Democrats” and “they know the truth” about the opportunity for fraud with mail-in voting. You’ll also hear in no uncertain terms that he will be prosecuting any and all Texans who violate the law on requesting a mail-in ballot. Disabled – no issues. Faking a disability because of covid fears? You will be prosecuted! Listen to Attorney General Paxton discuss his trip to the US Supreme Court, the Texas Supreme Court and having to advise 1000 mayors and town officials during a year he calls “an alternate universe”!

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Reducing Business Insurance Costs is Mission of RateCraft

Andrea Luoni, CEO and Founder of RateCraft, discusses the negotiation tactics her company utilizes to significantly improve her clients’ bottom line by reducing their insurance premium costs.

Fast-Growing Company Optimizes Its Expertise in Accounting and HR Services

Jennifer Barnes, CEO and Founder of Optima Office, Inc., chats about her company’s growth as a leader in providing outsourced accounting and human resources services for small and large business clients.

Epic Year-long European Trip in 1975 Comes to Life in Best Selling Book

Authors Marshall and Debbie Hockett talk about their recently published book, Tripping 1975: Falling in Love One Country at a Time. The Hocketts discuss their year-long European odyssey 45 years ago in their yellow VW camper, appropriately named the “Banana.”

Retreat Builds Human-Animal-Nature Bond with Students and Families

Agnes Barrelet, Executive Director of the Children’s Nature Retreat Foundation, chats about the Foundation’s vision to offer a rich connection between humans, animals and nature through student field trips, family events, team building activities and tours.

New CEO Takes the Reins of Barrio Logan College Institute

Jose Angel Cruz, new CEO of the Barrio Logan College Institute, discusses his top priorities to support the Institute’s mission to break the cycle of poverty by preparing underserved students to be the first in their families to go to college.

Award-Winning Surgery Center Thrives on Innovation and Customer Service

Dr. Hector Salazar, Plastic Surgeon for the La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre, is joined by Monique Ramsey, GLAMFam-bassador and Chief Creative Officer, to chat about the Centre’s innovative approach to patient education and informed consent. Dr. Salazar and Ramsey talk about the Centre’s re-opening and its community philanthropy.