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Producer: Brad Singletary, LCSW

Men must be better. Our mission is to help men improve relationships by changing their attitudes, actions, and attributes and by promoting the RED9 principles of being a grown-ass man:

> Responsibility
> Resourcefulness
> Reverence
> Energy
> Engagement
> Endurance
> Discipline
> Discernment
> Distinction

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Producer: Brad Singletary, LCSW

Men must be better. Our mission is to help men improve relationships by changing their attitudes, actions, and attributes and by promoting the RED9 principles of being a grown-ass man:

> Responsibility
> Resourcefulness
> Reverence
> Energy
> Engagement
> Endurance
> Discipline
> Discernment
> Distinction

Check us out on our website << Show Less
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094: FORGIVING YOUR DAD - How to Do It Brad does another epic solo show where he gets down and dirty with some of his own history. He shares why and how to forgive our fathers (or anyone for that matter) and teaches some very useful approaches about how to do it

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094: FORGIVING YOUR DAD - How to Do It Brad does another epic solo show where he gets down and dirty with some of his own history. He shares why and how to forgive our fathers (or anyone for that matter) and teaches some very useful approaches about how to do it

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093: OFFICER DOWN - Moving Forward, No Excuses (with Samuel Anthony) Our guest today is a medically-retired police officer who was severely injured by a gunshot wound to the head while on duty. Statistically, there was a 90% chance that he would perish from the shooting and the extensive damage to his brain. After extremely skilled surgeons removed parts of his skull and after he pushed through an excruciating recovery process including months and months of physical therapy and years of psychotherapy and participating in support groups, he is living a life where he is always looking to find the good in the world and look for joy in other people's lives to celebrate with them. He is an aspiring writer and has been published in American Thinker magazine and his first novel is in the editing phase. He enjoys traveling with his wife, continuing to perfect one-handed firearm operation, enjoying time with friends and fellow officers and exemplifies living life with no excuses.

https://www.americanthinker.com/author/samuelanthony/



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092: HOW TO BUILD A FORTRESS - with 2022 Father of the Year Jason Baker He is a father to eight children, has been a firefighter/paramedic for over two decades, and he comes to share some important life lessons. The Alpha Quorum Show welcomes 2022 Father of the Year Jason Baker to AQHQ. Jason shares some lessons he has learned about life as a husband and father and the important role of friendships, brotherhood, and the importance of community in maintaining a healthy family fortress. He describes some of the challenges he and his wife have faced throughout their 27-year marriage, including the parenting ups and downs they've overcome and some that he is personally still working on. Jason shares some extremely humorous insights and some wit and wisdom in this super uplifting yet raw and honest discussion with a man clearly operating from ultra Alpha energy.

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091: LEARN TO LOVE - with Donald Butch Williams, Esq. Moto racer, marathoner, former LDS Bishop, current law practice owner, Harley rider and Las Vegas Rescue Mission volunteer Donald "Butch Williams" joins the Alph Quorum Show and speaks of the profound lessons taught to him by the mature men in his life. He shares experiences about struggles early in his marriage and how he and his wife partnered up to heal and build a beautiful life together. This humorous, wise, and gentle teacher, a man of pure masculine energy, shares some unforgettable stories, passing along bold and very charming bits of ALPHA wisdom. You're gonna love this conversation. 🔺

Our guest today was born in Las Vegas on February 2nd. 1966 He's the youngest of five children. His father worked a variety of jobs when Bush was a kid. His father started the Las Vegas Motocross Club and later the Las Vegas Bicycle Motocross Club. Every Saturday and Sunday, he spent at the motocross and bicycle motocross track with his family organizing and running events.

Butch also raced both BMX and motocross himself. When Butch was about 14 years old. The track was no more feasible to run. His dad started a plumbing company, and Butch began to learn the trade of plumbing, which also worked a variety of other jobs and high school, including being a dishwasher at Marie Calendar's and driving a delivery truck.

When he was 19 years old, he decided to serve in LDS Mission which had joined the church approximately three years earlier. He served in Alaska and had a wonderful time there. Upon returning home, he attended college at UNLV and then received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management from Brigham Young University in 1991. While at BYU, he met and married the magnificent Paula Jones from Woodburn, Oregon.

They have six children, five of whom are married. They are the grandparents of ten grandchildren, which attended law school at the MCGEORGE School of Law in Sacramento, California. He graduated in 1994 and returned to Las Vegas with his family in 1997. He started his own law practice. He mostly represents contractors and subcontractors in construction issues. He also practices in the areas of real estate and business law.

Approximately seven years ago, his son-in-law, Drew Starbuck, graduated law school and came to work with Butch. Mr. Starbucks practices primarily in real estate planning and probate. They own the firm Williams-Starbuck.

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090: YOU ARE NOT AN ALPHA - (And Neither Am I) There is some bone-chilling real-talk in this explicit and uncensored episode. In his most impassioned solo show ever, Alpha Quorum founder Brad Singletary goes OFF about the "caricature" associated with the term "alpha" and turns upside-down and inside-out the notion of the "alpha male" being anything of valuable aspiration. He briefly shares the history of how men have been improperly compared to animals based on their sexual market value alone, and encourages men to dominate only themselves and behave in a way that breathes life INTO and ON TO whatever they touch.
The way he defines alpha behavior in "alpha moments" is a game-changer, both for the worldwide movement of men's growth, and for the worldwide audience of this show and members of the Alpha Quorum. He shares the background of why he began this entire enterprise and the context behind the use of the word "quorum."
Brad admits that he is not an Alpha and explains why you aren't either. "Alpha's don't exist; only behavior that produces either good or evil, and motives coming from either love or fear."

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089: ALL IN - Alpha Distinction with Coco Vinny Our guest today is an entrepreneur and inventor with multiple patents. He is the Founder and CEO of COCO TAPS, a Las Vegas company that is the first to ever have been certified as a ZERO-WASTE company. He invented a tap device to turn a raw coconut into a drinkable & resealable container! It has been called the Tesla of coconut water. His product is sold on cruise ships and theme parks in Miami, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and many other places including over 20 Las Vegas resorts like Aria, Bellagio, Caesar's Palace, Wynn, Waldorf Astoria, Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, over 60 restaurants, and 40 convenience stores. He was featured on the hit TV shows SHARK TANK and THE PROFIT. He competed in two Ironmans in Hawaii. He plays the ukulele and the piano, and brings unmistakable energy anywhere he goes. Our topic? DISTINCTION.

Brad and Coco Vinny discuss how to have skills with both things and people, living congruent with your values and beliefs, being respected and trusted, presenting yourself with strength and dignity, and being effective in leadership. 🔺

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088: LISTEN TO LEARN - Alpha Discernment Part 2 (with Rockford Wright, MD) The level of wisdom shared in this episode may have never been reached on this show and this will be difficult to ever be out-smarted. Rockford Wright, MD returns to the show to continue the discussion on discernment.
He shares some extremely valuable insights about how a man can make more sense of the ordinary struggles in life through healthy expectations, rational interpretations of triggering stressors, how empathy can shape our judgments, and why listening should be focused on learning and understanding what is being shared. Dr. Wright teaches about habits and understanding what drives behavior, which realizations will help us be certain all of the elements are in place before we attempt to influence change with others or ourselves.
Profoundly helpful and very useful information in this episode. Be sure to check out episode 87 which is part one of this two-episode series.

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087: PAUSE & PONDER - Alpha Discernment (with Rockford Wright, MD) This one's a stunner of a show. Rockford "Rocky" Wright, MD, joins Brad and Mike Olsen in a stellar conversation on discernment. Rocky's contribution to this topic is loaded with genius illustrations and stories that make some profoundly deep concepts about discernment easy to understand. Guaranteed this is an enlightening and edifying experience as he explains the survival benefit of biases and the protective factors associated with judgment. He details some personal experiences where he learned to see things he had previously not understood in a new way and teaches in PURE ALPHA STYLE what it means to be a fair judge of self and others as a man of discernment. This is Part I of a 2-part series on this topic. Check this one out and stay tuned for an even better second half next week. 🔺

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086: INFLUENCE - Alpha Discipline (with Ryan Echols) Our guest today has been a counselor in a correctional facility for 21 years. Several years before he started, he was an inmate there, serving 14 months for violent crimes as a juvenile. He paid off $33,000 in restitution by working in the kitchen. He didn't meet his biological father until he was 15. Three weeks later, his stepfather died by suicide. This led him to years of anger and violence. Once he was locked up, he learned how to deal with his emotions from men he didn't want to disappoint. He read spiritual texts, competed in sports, and learned to meditate. He was the first inmate in this prison to later return and work there, continuing the influence he was shown decades before. He is now very close with his father. He and his wife have a blended family of 8 children and he enjoys weightlifting, mixed martial arts and was recently in an episode of the hit show, Yellowstone.

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