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Break It Down Show

We illustrate life by gathering perspectives, achievements and moments that define us. 

Feb 27, 2015

Don Vandergriff is an author of several books on leadership and development, especially as it relates to military strategy or law enforcement. He served in the Marines and the Army, and still consults for organizations in both the public and private sectors. This week he talks with us about where our military...


Feb 25, 2015

Patrick Sieben is sitting on top of the world. Well, he's running the party from on top of the stage at Lift, at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, and his new album, Under the Neon Light, comes out today, which is pretty close to the top of the world. (Seriously, if you've been to Aria, you know that being...


Feb 17, 2015

He's played with more than 30 Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, each of the Beatles except for Paul (there's still time), and saved the day for President Reagan in front of 750,000 people. But his most cherished achievement is his family, including his daughter Megan, with whom he makes some of his most terrific music yet....


Feb 12, 2015

Kevin Robinson is a man on several missions. On his podcast, Kevin Hates Hip Hop - the diary of a young black publicist, he waxes eloquently about music, the entertainment business, and really whatever is on his mind. He's a unique, insightful voice of his generation, and we break down some crucial topics: Making...


Feb 9, 2015

Jerome Preisler has written more than thirty books, including several NYTimes Bestsellers, and writes and broadcasts for the New York Yankees. His latest book, First to Jump, is about the paratroopers of Pathfinders regiment in the 101st Airborne division, who jumped behind enemy lines during WWII. They were...