Startup Street Corner Launch featuring Danny Alvarez Sr. Family First Law Group PLC
Startup Street Presents: Corner Launch
This episode the crew is joined by Danny Alvarez Sr., Family First Law Group PLC, to discuss what it takes to push forward through tough times, what drives him on a daily basis, and some of the silver linings he's experienced from the Covid situation.
Danny Alvarez has worn so many hats, he's running out of room..Journalist, Army Vet, Lawyer, Hillsborough County Sheriff Public Affairs Office, Mixed Martial Artist, Firearms Safety Instructor and now candidate for Hillsborough County Circuit Judge Group 30.
EP 40 - Surround Yourself With Like-Minded People | Alvarez BJJ Founder Danny Alvarez
The BJJ Mental Coach Podcast with Gustavo Dantas
Danny Alvarez is a third-degree black belt under Bruno Bastos, and currently, in 2019, he is the number one master 3 black belt pound for pound in the IBJJF Rankings and he is the owner of Alvarez BJJ in Arlington, TX. Danny left the corporate world in 2008 to pursue his dream and never looked back, and today he is going to share his story with you. He talked about the never quit mentality, the importance of investing in yourself, time and or money and my main take away from the conversation, the title of the episode, Surround yourself with like-minded people. After the interview stick around for my final thoughts where I expand on the topic. I research, create the content and deliver to you. Subscribe, rate and review the podcast! I would love to hear your feedback about the show, you can reach me at email@example.com Enjoy the podcast! OSS! Gustavo Dantas The BJJ Mental Coach Podcast – https://tinyurl.com/y6ag6y4m Itunes – https://tinyurl.com/y4ft5x84 Google Play – https://tinyurl.com/y4wvr3yv Stitcher – https://tinyurl.com/yyyvojnu www.alvarezbjj.com
On this week’s Open Mic Spotlight, Chattanooga musician Danny Alvarez stops by to talk with Heather about growing up listening to religious music in a conservative household, his musical epiphany on a Navajo reservation and his love of ‘90s hip-hop and R&B production. Armed with his keyboard, Alvarez doles out liquid grooves and mercurial rhythms that bounce around within a host of different genres. From Sam Smith to Stevie Wonder to Louis Armstrong, his choice of cover songs reveals the depths of his various influences. With a voice that could reach up into the rafters of the tallest cathedral, he paints a mesmerizing picture of accumulated creativity, resulting in a wellspring of sounds which highlights the inherent melodic commonality of his collected inspirations. Born in New Jersey, Alvarez moved to Chattanooga with his family when he was in the 6th grade. Out of high school, he attended nursing school before graduating and becoming a fulltime nurse. But that hasn’t stopped him from following his instincts toward a path in music. After a time doing missionary work in the African nation of Chad, he eventually found himself helping out on a Navajo reservation, and it was here that he came to the realization that he could be doing something that could reach far more people than his missionary labors allowed him. He discusses his unique perspective of growing up in a conservative family where he was only allowed to listen to religious music (or Linkin Park when he could sneak it past his parents). And he attributes his current ambitions and understanding to the experiences that helped mold his younger years. Thank you to Billy Campbell for mixing this episode. Thank you to Joshua Pickard for the epiosde summary.
episode 52 – a barking dog, coffee as a concept, awkward pornography, dancing to david bowie & everyone getting a equal chance – a conversation with danny alvarez
scotch and "GOOD" conversation
ROSIE, the official dog of SCOTCH AND “good” CONVERSATION does not like danny. she does some fairly serious barking at he beginning of this episode. you’re gonna wanna power through cause it does end & danny is a great guy with lots to say. we, on the other hand, like danny a lot. he’s funny […]
The BjjBrick Podcast is in iTunes, Stitcher radio, and RSS link for Andriod Danny Alvarez is a 2nd Degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt. Danny is affiliate under 4th degree Black Belt Bruno Bastos. Check out his full bio and huge competition history here. We talk about: Dealing with a loss Coaching kids Why it is important to set a schedule to train The growth of BJJ Training only once a week Note taking Balancing your personal life and BJJ Links: Alvarez BJJ Alvarez Facebook page Twitter @alvarezbjj Instagram Quote of the week: "If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn't sit for a month.” Theodore Roosevelt Article of the week: "5 Tips To Take Your BJJ Sparring To The Next Level" Catch us next week for another episode of The BjjBrick Podcast
The BjjBrick Podcast is in iTunes, Stitcher radio, and RSS link for Andriod Danny Alvarez is a 2nd Degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt. Danny is affiliate under 4th degree Black Belt Bruno Bastos. Check out his full bio and huge competition history here. Danny AlvarezWe talk about: His start with BJJ Leaving a good full time job to teach BJJ Balancing work and family His aggressive style of BJJ Doing BJJ as a family Overcoming travel difficulties Cutting weight as you travel How to use internet to help your training The importance of doing private lessons Avoiding frustration when learning a new technique Advice for doing your first tournament Links: Alvarez BJJ Alvarez Facebook page Twitter @alvarezbjj Instagram Quote of the week: "Shoot for the moon and even if you miss you will be among the stars" Bernardo Faria. This is a must listen to quote! it starts at 2min 30sec. Article of the week: Rickson Gracie “Should Put More Value On Learning Than On Competing With Your Training Partner” The video Gary was talking about "Kid Destroys Bully With Punch And Double Leg" Catch us next week for another episode of The BjjBrick Podcast