LSU Head Basketball Coach and Living Legend Dale Brown chops it up with LD. The Louisiana State University Living Legend gives an engaging description of his life growing up in "The Magic City" Minot, North Dakota. Coach gives his views on the NCAA, the changes he has fought for during his career, some of which have finally come to fruition. Find out why Coach is considered a players coach as he shares stories about some of his 160 players. Coach Brown and LD give a clinic on overcoming adversity, friendship, loyalty, social justice and the importance of standing up and being counted. Click here for detailed show notes, transcript, pictures and videos.
Noted author and USAF Veteran Dale Brown's novel Arctic Storm Rising is about USAF intelligence officer Nicholas Flynn who is exiled to guard a remote radar post along Alaska’s Arctic frontier. As winter storms pound Alaska and northern Canada, Russian aircraft begin penetrating deep into friendly airspace. Flynn and his security team are ordered to parachute into the area in a desperate bid to reach the crash sites ahead of the Russians. It’s now obvious that the Pentagon and CIA are withholding vital information, but Flynn and his men have no choice but to make the dangerous jump. Soon they’re caught in a deadly game of hide-and-seek with Spetsnaz commandos operating covertly on American soil. Dale talks about the writing process, stories ripped from the headlines, and technology advances with host Jim Fausone.
Dale joins Mike to discuss a ministry that helps men work through the process of being divorce. Dale is convinced that every man who is divorced can experience God's love and transformation. The ministry of Men's Divorce Recovery is designed to help men find God and his plan for the second half of their lives.
Guest: Commander Dale Brown - Decentralizing Security And Protection Services
The Free Thought Project Podcast
In 1995, Air Force veteran, Commander Brown, started managing threat by developing strategies, tactics and logistics to rid his community in Detroit of violent crimes. His program specializes in stopping violence and creating a good quality of life for families and businesses through non-violent strategies designed to create non-adversarial interactions for non-violent outcomes. They currently provide 24/7 rapid response services to communities in Detroit with approximately 5,000 residential clients and approximately 100 business clients. His program has resulted in a 90% decrease in violent crimes in communities who employ his agency. Dale Brown and TMC have been featured on Viceland and HBO documentaries and have protected celebrities like Sylvester Stallone and Jessie Jackson. Dale and his colleagues at Threat Management Center are proving that these services are better supplied by being voluntarily funded through consensual interactions.
48. No Complaints w/ Sefton Dale Brown, Recording Artist and Worship Workshop Facilitator
What A Word!
Sefton Dale Brown, Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, was born and raised in a musical family. His parents are Sefton Brown Snr and Claudette Brown, gospel music legends from the ministry "New Creation Heritage". Sefton jnr (known to most as Dale, has been singing for over 35yrs. He has ministered all over the Caribbean serving as the choir director, praise team coordinator, music director, worship and arts director for many ministries all across North America and the caribbean. He formed a ministry called Dale Brown and Truth also known as DB&T which started in August 2009 and is currently comprised of 18 active members from across the United states and Canada. The group blends traditional and contemporary gospel music with their own musical style. They have ministered across the United States, the Caribbean and now Canada. The ministry released their first album "Tru Celebration" in December of 2013; their second album "Under Construction" in September of 2015 and in January of 2018 they released a gospel reggae fusion project. They were also nominated in 2018 for the "best contemporary gospel group award" at the Eddy awards, held in Jacksonville, Florida. In addition to their albums, the ministry has a clothing line which includes: tshirts, dresses and sweaters.Dale has currently relocated to Toronto Canada where he is very active in the gospel music industry. He is currently the music teacher at Crawford adventist academy, the praise and worship director for the Apple Creek church, The music consultant for the Meadowvale Church and the director of the promotion company Muzikizlife. Dale Brown and Truth has expanded their ministry to now having a chapter in Toronto called "Dale Brown and One Voice". God has been really good to this ministry and for that they are grateful. It is their desire to take God with them wherever they go, spreading His love to those who may or may not know how miraculous He is. Their charge to you today is to “Commit thy way unto the LORD; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass” - Psalm 37:5 Social Media: YouTube: Sefton Dale Brown; Instagram: @dalebrownandtruth @classymuzikman Facebook: Dale Brown andTruth ; Resources Mentioned: My Worship A Praise and Worship 4 Week Master Class, March 14th to April 11th , Sunday’s and Thursday’s. Vocal Techniques, Praise and Worship Leadership, Song Composition Training, True Worship Guidelines, Proper Vocal Blending, Register at https://muzikizlife.simpletix.ca; hosted by Dale Brown, Gospel Recording Artist, Terry McLaughlin, James Hall and Patrick Riddick--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whataword/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whataword/support
The Art Of Long-Term Investing With Dale Brown Chairman Of A $1.7 Billion Firm
Smart Money Circle
My guest today is Dale Brown, Chairman of the Board, at Salem Investment Counselors with $1.7B AUM. Dale shares a lot of fantastic wisdom in this episode and speaks to the importance of investing for the right reasons. Salem was just ranked the #1 FA in the country by CNBC. Dale is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Business and School of Law where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Order of the Coif. He became a Certified Public Accountant in 1981 and a member of the North Carolina State Bar in 1979. He worked for Deloitte, Haskins and Sells from September 1979 to December 1987 where he was a designated specialist in qualified retirement plans and estate planning. In January, 1988, Dale joined Salem where he specializes in fixed income securities and portfolio management. He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1990 and served as President of Salem for 16 years until 2017. He has also served on the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem. Website: https://saleminvestment.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smartmoneycircle/support
Security and Safety for New Floating Communities with Dale Brown
Commander Dale Brown of Threat Management Centers in Detroit began training people on Detroit’s east side to protect their families and businesses from violent drug gangs in 1994. His organization specializes in nonviolent strategies and tactics designed to create a nonviolent outcome.This interview was recorded in February of 2020, before the death of George Floyd in police custody ignited protests around the nation. You can listen to Dale Brown comment on the culture of policing on the The Liam McCollum Show, “Ep. 23 Commander Dale Brown on His Private and Non-Violent Solution to Reduce Violent Crime”In this interview Dale Brown explains how his training system incorporates psychology, law, and tactics to create non-adversarial interactions to produce nonviolent outcomes. He has trained his private security teams, members of the public and police officers. Our natural instincts are to use violence when we feel fear, so Dale teaches his clients to understand body language and psychology to overcome fear to de-escalate a situation.Brown applies experience managing security in private communities and Michigan marinas to explain how to identify threats to safety in a seasteading community. He recommends that we manage threats to safety and comfort (like fear of water and noise level expectations), and then create a community culture that embodies the overall objective of the community.He answers the common questions like, how to protect seasteads from pirates? How do you make sure each seastead home is as safe as possible?He describes how a seasteading community can create multiple levels of protection.Check out Detroit Management Center on YouTube, to watch police testimonials on using their methods to prevent injuring someone.Please subscribe on Apple | Spotify | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Android | Google | YouTube | RSSFor feedback and questions, email email@example.com