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Echo 7 Leadership Podcast

Bill and Bart Vivian

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Latest Episodes

Useful Things I Learned in the Marines

Guests John Schroder and Mark McGrath join our podcast and explain how their formative years in the Marine Corps prepared them for business, decision-making, and even fatherhood. We discuss their toughest leadership challenges in uniform and once they got out. Our wide ranging talk with them covered OODA, VUCA, and more.

58 MIN2019 JUL 2
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Useful Things I Learned in the Marines

Lessons from a Brewer

EHans Prahl, Owner of the Florence Brewing Company, joins us to share leadership lessons from his 21 years as a Marine and soldier, from becoming a successful entrepreneur, and from the art of brewing. Find out how Hans chose Florence, Colorado, as the location for his brewery -- equally important, find out what a "Hanism" is, too.

40 MIN2019 MAY 21
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Lessons from a Brewer

Echo 2/4 Rifle Platoon Commanders

EOur guests served in 2d Battalion, 4th Marines, with Bill between 2010-2012, including their deployment to Afghanistan's Helmand Province. We discuss what it's like for a brand new 2ndLt to take command of a platoon of combat veteran Marines, fighting against the Taliban in the Triangle of Guilt, applying Marine leadership to the civilian world, and more.

83 MIN2019 APR 23
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Echo 2/4 Rifle Platoon Commanders

Coffee and Semper Fi

Matt Phillips, Founder & CEO of the Military Java Group, joins Bart and Bill to talk about building his new company that donates 50% of its profits to the Semper Fi Fund. Along the way, Matt entertains while explaining his family legacy, how he originally entered the coffee industry, the leadership lessons he learned, and more.

57 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Coffee and Semper Fi

More Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 2

EThis episode concludes our talk with our dad, Dave Vivian, as he finishes explaining his experiential journey learning leadership. Join us as he talks about challenges he faced and how he solved them, including one of the toughest challenges: leading people through change.

31 MIN2019 MAR 5
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More Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 2

Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 1

EOur dad, Dave Vivian, joins us to explain his experiential journey learning leadership. From little league baseball to college football on a scholarship, and from his first job after graduation with JC Penney to owning his own mid-size chemical manufacturing business, Dad shares what he learned and how he learned it.

24 MIN2019 FEB 26
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Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 1

Beers, Bros, & Leadership with guest Jason Akemann

EJason Akemann, co-founder of Bottleneck Management and Chicago area entrepreneur, is this episode's guest. Bart and Bill ask Jason how he got started in the industry and how his leadership style evolved as he went from a bartender to the co-owner of an $80 million enterprise.

32 MIN2019 JAN 28
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Beers, Bros, & Leadership with guest Jason Akemann

Legacy Transfer: Freestone Solutions Group's Approach

EIn this episode, Bill and Bart talk through Legacy transfer - what it is, how they do it, and why it is important.They do this by immersing a family in a meaningful shared experience that includes outdoor activities and volunteer events. The shared experience also confirms alignment of shared values, forges agreement on the need for responsible Legacy transfer, transforms individual ideas into a Shared Vision, and develops suitable options for implementing the Shared Vision.

34 MIN2019 JAN 28
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Legacy Transfer: Freestone Solutions Group's Approach

Origins: Why Legacy & Leadership

EBrothers Bill and Bart Vivian discuss all things related to leadership and legacies. Bill spent 31 years as an active duty Marine and Bart is a 25 year veteran of Chicago's hospitality industry. Together they offer wisdom on the leadership challenges facing today's leaders and families.

46 MIN2019 JAN 28
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Origins: Why Legacy & Leadership
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Latest Episodes

Useful Things I Learned in the Marines

Guests John Schroder and Mark McGrath join our podcast and explain how their formative years in the Marine Corps prepared them for business, decision-making, and even fatherhood. We discuss their toughest leadership challenges in uniform and once they got out. Our wide ranging talk with them covered OODA, VUCA, and more.

58 MIN2019 JUL 2
Comments
Useful Things I Learned in the Marines

Lessons from a Brewer

EHans Prahl, Owner of the Florence Brewing Company, joins us to share leadership lessons from his 21 years as a Marine and soldier, from becoming a successful entrepreneur, and from the art of brewing. Find out how Hans chose Florence, Colorado, as the location for his brewery -- equally important, find out what a "Hanism" is, too.

40 MIN2019 MAY 21
Comments
Lessons from a Brewer

Echo 2/4 Rifle Platoon Commanders

EOur guests served in 2d Battalion, 4th Marines, with Bill between 2010-2012, including their deployment to Afghanistan's Helmand Province. We discuss what it's like for a brand new 2ndLt to take command of a platoon of combat veteran Marines, fighting against the Taliban in the Triangle of Guilt, applying Marine leadership to the civilian world, and more.

83 MIN2019 APR 23
Comments
Echo 2/4 Rifle Platoon Commanders

Coffee and Semper Fi

Matt Phillips, Founder & CEO of the Military Java Group, joins Bart and Bill to talk about building his new company that donates 50% of its profits to the Semper Fi Fund. Along the way, Matt entertains while explaining his family legacy, how he originally entered the coffee industry, the leadership lessons he learned, and more.

57 MIN2019 MAR 26
Comments
Coffee and Semper Fi

More Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 2

EThis episode concludes our talk with our dad, Dave Vivian, as he finishes explaining his experiential journey learning leadership. Join us as he talks about challenges he faced and how he solved them, including one of the toughest challenges: leading people through change.

31 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
More Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 2

Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 1

EOur dad, Dave Vivian, joins us to explain his experiential journey learning leadership. From little league baseball to college football on a scholarship, and from his first job after graduation with JC Penney to owning his own mid-size chemical manufacturing business, Dad shares what he learned and how he learned it.

24 MIN2019 FEB 26
Comments
Experience & Wisdom: Dave Vivian, Part 1

Beers, Bros, & Leadership with guest Jason Akemann

EJason Akemann, co-founder of Bottleneck Management and Chicago area entrepreneur, is this episode's guest. Bart and Bill ask Jason how he got started in the industry and how his leadership style evolved as he went from a bartender to the co-owner of an $80 million enterprise.

32 MIN2019 JAN 28
Comments
Beers, Bros, & Leadership with guest Jason Akemann

Legacy Transfer: Freestone Solutions Group's Approach

EIn this episode, Bill and Bart talk through Legacy transfer - what it is, how they do it, and why it is important.They do this by immersing a family in a meaningful shared experience that includes outdoor activities and volunteer events. The shared experience also confirms alignment of shared values, forges agreement on the need for responsible Legacy transfer, transforms individual ideas into a Shared Vision, and develops suitable options for implementing the Shared Vision.

34 MIN2019 JAN 28
Comments
Legacy Transfer: Freestone Solutions Group's Approach

Origins: Why Legacy & Leadership

EBrothers Bill and Bart Vivian discuss all things related to leadership and legacies. Bill spent 31 years as an active duty Marine and Bart is a 25 year veteran of Chicago's hospitality industry. Together they offer wisdom on the leadership challenges facing today's leaders and families.

46 MIN2019 JAN 28
Comments
Origins: Why Legacy & Leadership
the END
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