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Ep. #214. Adam Carr. Save A Warrior www.saveawarrior.org

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast

ADAM CARR Adam (Cohort 035) has over 12 years of service in the U.S. Army. As a Special Forces Green Beret, Adam hunted Al Qaeda operatives, developed intelligence networks, conducted diplomatic relations, and briefed Ambassadors and Generals on Geopolitical environments. In 2006, Adam earned his B.A. in Security and Intelligence from The Ohio State University. He spent the next eight years deploying to Asia, including Operation Enduring Freedom - The Philippines and Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan. Adam's passion comes from a deep-rooted desire to serve others and save lives. Adam has been profoundly affected over the loss of his teammates, mentors, and close friends to suicide. He currently speaks to students, corporations, and a wide variety of audiences all over the country. He has over 20 years of leadership and managerial experience and is a Business Coach for MBA Students at The Ohio State University. Adam is a graduate of the Ignite Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Adam earned his MBA at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business and was selected as the Most Outstanding Student of his 2019 MBA Cohort. Adam lives in Dublin, OH with his wife Tarah and their three children, Noah, Jonah, and Norah. THE PROBLEM 80,000 Warriors were lost to suicide in the last decade. To put this in perspective, during 18 years of combat in Vietnam, 58,209 Warriors lost their lives. WARRIORS OF IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN: BY THE NUMBERS There are 2.6 million Warriors who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. A 2014 study of 2,150 Warriors revealed some startling statistics regarding Post Traumatic Stress that bring into question earlier estimates regarding the number of Warriors affected by their experiences in the combat zone. It is possible that as many as  75% of the respondents of this study suffer from Post Traumatic Stress. Even if not all respondents do meet the requirements for diagnosis, it is obvious that they are encountering some mental or emotional difficulties after serving in the combat zone and could benefit from opportunities to heal. Unfortunately, most of those who have sought care have not found healing. A recent study by the American Legion found that only 16% of Warriors who were treated at the VA for Post Traumatic Stress with talk-therapy and medication management reported that those methods were clearly beneficial for their health. ‣ Only 16% of Warriors report improvement after undergoing the medication management and talk therapy treatment at the VA. ‣ The VA spends roughly $8,300 per Warrior with PTS, annually. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tango-romeo/message

1hr 32mins

14 Apr 2022

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Ep. 79 | The Art of Storytelling through Collaboration with Adam Carr

Grace Over Grind with Dr. Laci C. Robbins

Boss, Becoming a journalist is no easy feat. It takes years of practice and collaboration to perfect the craft. And even then, there is always room for improvement and new learning experiences. But that's what makes journalism so important in our society. It captures the heart of an event or story and allows us to explore it in greater detail. In this episode, we explore the life of a journalist and how he became such an important figure in our society. We also chat about the book - Explore MKE: Your Neighborhood, Our City - and how this book captured children’s hearts. Through this conversations, we learn just how important journalism is in our society. Tune in to Apple, iTunes, or Spotify to hear this episode and please consider sharing a 5-star review along the way. Dr. Laci Resources to Go from Process to Practice: The Million Dollar Inner Circle Membership https://www.robbinsnestconsulting.com/offers/jQJJQewt PowHER Your Process: https://www.robbinsnestconsulting.com/apply Say Hello... Facebook: http://facebook.com/drlacicom Instagram: http://instagram.com/drlacicrobbins Twitter: http://twitter.com/drlacicrobbins LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlacicrobbins/ Website:  https://www.robbinsnestconsulting.com/ A Little About Me: I am Dr. Laci C. Robbins the co-Founder and Principal Consultant of Robbins’ Nest Consulting. As an award-winning leader, personal development strategist, and consultant to businesses the goal remains to support topics such as workplace civility and talent retention, as well as to support high powered women to build a platform and make more money. With both a Master’s Degree and Doctorate Degree in Leadership, I help you go from the process of figuring it out, to leadership in practice! I'm glad you are here, from process to practice, grab your stilettos and let’s go! Dr. Laci --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-laci-c--robbins/support Adam Carr Article Link Explore MKE: Your Neighborhood, Our City Adam Carr is an independent journalist, historian, artist and community organizer. He works across a range of media and platforms as a writer, editor, photographer, filmmaker, public artist, dialogue facilitator and guide for in-depth tours. He was co-chair of the coordinating committee for a citywide project commemorating the 50th anniversary of Milwaukee’s Open Housing Marches in 2017 and 2018. The year before that, his children’s book “Explore MKE: Your Neighborhood, Our City” was published, a collaboration with 3rd grade classrooms throughout Milwaukee and SHARP Literacy. He has worked with extensively in community youth settings, working with groups at Reagan High School, Neu-Life, Escuela Verde, Alliance School, Milwaukee Christian Center, Running Rebels, TRUE Skool, Lead2Change and more. Carr has sat on several area boards and is the Deputy Editor for Community Engagement at Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. He was also a producer at Radio Milwaukee from 2008 to 2011. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-laci-c--robbins/support

50mins

7 Apr 2022

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Milwaukee's Story, Past and Future w/ Adam Carr

Imagine This Podcast

This week, we welcome Adam Carr, a freelancer and “Milwaukeeist” that has worked in community organizing, in-depth tours, journalism, public art, history projects, mentoring, filmmaking, photography and dialogue. He has been described him as a “social justice storyteller,” a “connector,” a “public artist,” a “story activator.” First, David and Lindsay tackle the intro sans-Mac and celebrate two years of working at Imagine. Adam joins the pod at 9:45. Growing up the son of an art therapist (10:56), developing an addiction to the feeling of walking into the story of someone’s life (15:20), Milwaukee’s perceptions of locals and outsiders (17:57), Adam’s experience of going away to college (20:05), Milwaukee’s Asian story and growing up in a multicultural environment (29:00), history of The Oriental Theatre and considering the problem of its reductive nature in 2021 (33:50), comparing The Oriental Theatre to wrestling (47:20), Czar of Arts and Culture (53:10).   Follow Adam Carr and read Neighborhood News Service. Music Transitions: “Milwaukee Strong,” by Shonn Hinton, featuring the Milwaukee All Stars 307 Ephemera Nancy Wang Yuen Atmospheric Theaters Oriental Theatre Urban SpelunkingGimmicks (Professional Wrestling) Shinsuke Nakamura The New Day Travel Writers Convention 

1hr 3mins

21 Sep 2021

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Ep. 74: Adam Carr & The Atheist Cowboys

The Palladian Papists

We're joined this week by Adam Carr of the "Unto the Breach Podcast" to discuss Pixar's Toy Story films! Reach for the sky and reach for the follow buttons on the links below. We're not aiming for the truck, Schmoe. Listen to Unto the Breach on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ngP1oZ7OT2xZ2PnVsmZ4J?si=5h291aSsSIqPv4Ici9gv7Q&dl_branch=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Unto-the-Breach-Podcast-115477870267938 Twitter: https://twitter.com/UntoThePodcast

1hr 1min

16 Aug 2021

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Don’t Count Out Online Leads With Adam Carr Of Carr Law Office, LLC

The Managing Partners Podcast: Law Firm Marketing

Erik J. Olson chatted with Adam E. Carr, the Managing Partner at Carr Law Office, LLC, which represents corporate and individual defendants throughout the State of Ohio in civil lawsuits, mostly in the defense of tort and insurance cases. In 2005, Adam wrote three chapters for the first edition of the leading treatise on Ohio tort law, published by Westlaw. He is board-certified in Civil Trial Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and he has been selected to Ohio Super Lawyers nine times for insurance law. He and his firm have been listed in the U.S. News & World Report - Best Law Firms issue for insurance law for seven consecutive years, including the most recent issue.Learn from his expertise and what trends are helping grow his firm on this episode of The Managing Partners Podcast!---Array Law is Bold Marketing For Law Firmsarraylaw.comFollow us on Instagram: @array.digitalFollow us on Twitter: @thisisarrayCall us for a FREE digital marketing review: 757-333-3021SUBSCRIBE to The Managing Partners Podcast for conversations with the nation's top attorneys.

15mins

12 Aug 2021

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Before It's A Sin: HIV/AIDS Reporting In The Early Years, Adam Carr; Visual Art and The Leather Community, Ben Youdan

In Ya Face

Interviews with pioneer HIV/AIDS journalist Adam Carr and visual artist Ben Youdan.  Journalist and activist Adam Carr discusses co-founding Melbourne's gay and lesbian press in 1979 and reporting on HIV/AIDS during the early years of the epidemic.  He also discusses co-founding the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre, now called Thorne Harbour Health.  Thorne Harbour Health - supporting LGBTI communities and people living with HIV | Thorne Harbour Health  UK artist Ben Youdan discusses his visual art, Tom of Finland and the influences the Leather Community has on his work and identity.  http://benyoudanart.com/  3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation.  Sovereignty was never ceded.    Originally broadcast 4 September 2020.

26 Mar 2021

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#58: Adam Carr — How Warriors Find Peace with Vulnerability and Community

Intentional Leader with Cal Walters

Today’s episode is very special.  According to the Department of Veteran’s Affair, 20 veterans a day commit suicide.  Mental health doesn’t just affect veterans.  It is an epidemic, and my guest today, Adam Carr, has dedicated his life to helping returning warriors find a better path.  Adam is the Executive Director of Save a Warrior.  Save A Warrior is an original, Warrior-led, well-grounded and timeless journey for active duty military, returning veterans and first responders who feel desperately alone. They say: “give us a week and you will change the way you see - and live - your life.”  As a Special Forces Green Beret, Adam hunted Al Qaeda operatives, developed intelligence networks, conducted diplomatic relations, and briefed Ambassadors and Generals on Geopolitical environments.  Through his many years of service, Adam has been profoundly affected over the loss of his teammates, mentors, and close friends to suicide. He currently speaks to students, corporations, and a wide variety of audiences all over the country. He has over 20 years of leadership and managerial experience and is a Business Coach for MBA Students at The Ohio State University. Adam is a graduate of the Ignite Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Adam earned his MBA at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business and was selected as the Most Outstanding Student of his 2019 MBA Cohort. Adam lives in Dublin, OH with his wife Tarah and their three children, Noah, Jonah, and Norah. On this episode, we dive into Adam’s story of struggle after transitioning out of the military and how he came to discover Save a Warrior.  We talk about the transformative approach Adam and his team take to change the lives of warriors and first responders through their retreats and pull out some of the practical tools that all of us can use to become more resilient and healthy leaders.  We also discuss the power of vulnerability and community.  

55mins

2 Mar 2021

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#WeAllServe​ - Episode #33 with Adam Carr

Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein

Adam Carr has over 12 years of service in the U.S. Army. As a Special Forces Green Beret, Adam hunted Al Qaeda operatives, developed intelligence networks, conducted diplomatic relations, and briefed Ambassadors and Generals on Geopolitical environments.  In 2006, Adam earned his B.A. in Security and Intelligence from The Ohio State University.  He spent the next eight years deploying to Asia, including Operation Enduring Freedom - The Philippines and Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan. Adam's passion comes from a deep-rooted desire to serve others and save lives.  Adam has been profoundly affected over the loss of his teammates, mentors, and close friends to suicide. He currently speaks to students, corporations, and a wide variety of audiences all over the country. He has over 20 years of leadership and managerial experience and is a Business Coach for MBA Students at The Ohio State University. Adam is a graduate of the Ignite Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Adam earned his MBA at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business and was selected as the Most Outstanding Student of his 2019 MBA Cohort. Adam lives in Dublin, OH with his wife Tarah and their three children, Noah, Jonah, and Norah.

1hr 14mins

17 Feb 2021

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EP 95 - Adam Carr

4000 And Counting

Originally recorded just as the season ended, a long time Milton Keynes stalwart who recently coached the Streatham Redhawks to an almost perfect season record, it's Adam Carr.

1hr 36mins

11 Jan 2021

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Adam Returns (with Adam Carr)

All Saints Coffee Chats

This week, we are joined again by our good friend Adam Carr!

1hr 7mins

23 Nov 2020

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