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Retired What Now is a podcast about sharing my 30 plus years of retirement experiences in the hopes that I may provide you some valuable endeavors to consider in your retirement. Most of my podcasts are segments about a specific aspect of a topic categorized as an Episode. However, in some cases I have combined the entire topic, all episodes, into one longer podcast categorized as All Topic Episodes; for example My 30 Years of Retirement....How Did I Handle Them? By creating All Topic Episod ...
 
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Jacie Hoyt, Head Basketball Coach at the University of Missouri at Kansas City joins us on this week's episode. Jacie and I talk about her journey which included multiple injuries and a really impactful coach, how she turned the program around, how she builds a player-led team, and much more. Jacie: Twitter: @CoachJacie Instagram: coachjacie Travis…
 
Twila Kaufman, Asst. coach for the Houston Dash of the National Women's Soccer League joins us on this week's podcast. Twila and I talk culture, clarity of communication, attributes of great leaders, and much much more. Connect with Twila: @TwilaKaufman Connect with Travis: Website: kingdomcoachingtw.com Twitter: @KingdomCoachTW Podcast Twitter: @C…
 
Robert Ruiz, Head Baseball Coach at Westmont College joins us on this week's episode. We talk about his passion to develop men and not just baseball players, how he navigates marriage, parenting, coaching and his other responsibilities at Westmont, his values for the program, and much much more! Books Mentioned: InsideOut Coaching- Joe Ehrmann Recl…
 
Christy Johnson-Lynch, volleyball Coach at Iowa State University joins us on this week's podcast. We dive into her mentors Terri Pettit and John Cook, her strengths and constraints, how openness and vulnerability have played a role in her program, and much much more. Christy's Twitter- @CJohnsonLynch Books Mentioned this episode: There I Am- Ruthie…
 
SPECIAL EPISODE: Gene Munster, Managing Partner at Loup Ventures joins us on this week's episode. Gene has worked with and been around some of the best leaders in Silicon Valley. He is a venture capitalist and has been around the tech sector for years. We talk about Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Tim Cook, and others. He shares his beliefs about culture an…
 
John McCormack, Head Baseball Coach at Florida Atlantic University joins us on this week's episode. We talk empathy, his strengths, his constraints, and how cancer clarified his purpose. John, who has spent his whole coaching career at FAU, is authentic, really engaging, and one of the really good guys in baseball! Website: kingdomcoachingtw.com Tw…
 
Tom Black, Head Volleyball Coach at the University of Georgia joins us on this week's podcast. Tom and I talk about a mentor by the name of Ken Stanley and how Ken helped develop him, we talk about his constraints, how he develops leaders in his program, his learning and growth rhythms, and much much more. Tom is humble, focused, and super transpar…
 
Kristy Kiely, Soccer Coach at Point Loma University joins us on this week's podcast. We discuss being a female in coaching, building culture, the importance of mentors, and her routines and rhythms of growth. Books Mentioned: Legacy-James Kerr Coddling Of the American Mind- Greg Lukianoff Obstacle is the Way- Ryan Holiday Discernment- Henri Nouwen …
 
Sean Johnson, Scouting Director with the Minnesota Twins joins us on this week's podcast. We talk about his college coaches Gene Stephenson and Brent Kemnitz, his strengths and weaknesses, how he builds trust in the scouting department, the great leadership with the Twins, and much much more. Link to the books mentioned on this episode: Wisdom Of C…
 
Larry Widman, Sports Psychiatrist and Performance Coach with Performance Mountain joins us on this week's episode. Larry has worked with many programs in college athletics. On this episode, we talk about building trust as a coach, and why that is so important, the importance of being vulnerable, what great coaches master, and much much more! Larry …
 
John Mayer, Beach Volleyball Coach at Loyola Marymount University joins us on this week's podcast. We talk about ways to give space and opportunities for athletes to grow in leadership skills, the importance of feedback from your athletes, mistakes he has made in his first several years at Loyola Marymount, and much much more. website: kingdomcoach…
 
Travis Janssen, Head Baseball Coach at Austin Peay University, joins us on this week's podcast. Travis shares his journey from player to coach and how writing some letters helped land him his first coaching job. We talk about how he develops his athletes and staff and we spend some time talking about how to navigate the rhythms of being a good husb…
 
My favorite songs after listening to music for eight decades. Retired What Now: https://www.retiredwhatnow.net My favorite songs are: Suddenly There’s a Valley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcOwnwpaais Perhaps Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-5bMO4nMuk Placido Domingo with John Denver version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDra-5DG3JE Fol…
 
Dr. Kathleen Paulsen, Head Soccer Coach at John Brown University joins us on this week's podcast. We talk about her journey from D1 soccer player to the medical profession to college soccer coach, he improvements over the last 7 years, and keys to her building a winning culture at JBU. Prodigal God - Tim Keller God is the Gospel - John Piper…
 
David & Keith Mayer are the authors of Gold Dust: How to Become A More Effectively Coach Quickly join us on this week's podcast. We dive into their book and talk about neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and how they can help a coach, what towards motivation is, and the importance of connection.By Travis Wyckoff
 
Kyle Stark, The former Assistant GM Pittsburg Pirates & Current Professional Mentor, joins us on this week's podcast. We discuss culture, what traits elite leaders have, mistakes in leadership, and much much more. If - Mark Batterson A Million Miles in a Thousand Years - Donald Miller Building A Story Brand - Donald Miller Marketing Made Simple - D…
 
Rick Jones, Senior Advisor to Head Football Coach at U of Missouri joins us on this week's podcast. Rick comes to Missouri after winning 9 state championships at Greenwood HS (Ark). We talk about his playing career and his inauspicious start to his career. We also visit about growth mindset and what he thinks about that topic, his leadership traini…
 
Anson Dorrance, Head Soccer Coach at the University of North Carolina joins us on this week's podcast. Anson has won more national championships than any college coach in history. He has led the women's soccer program to 21 national championships. We talk about growth mindset, his reading habits, and how he teaches the values of his program. Anson …
 
Kirsten Bernthal Booth the Head Volleyball Coach at Creighton University joins us on this week's podcast. She shares the story of how she got the job at Creighton, her strengths and areas of constraints, and she shares the story about a rough season in 2011 that was a catalyst for change. She is unbelievably self-aware and humble and shares so many…
 
If you are part of the 15% of seniors with no phone or the 40% that aren’t using a smartphone, you should reconsider. In this podcast, I will discuss how my wife and I as seniors use our Smartphones and the applications we find very valuable. Articles: Edgewood Healthcare https://www.edgewoodhealthcare.com/the-benefits-of-smartphones-for-seniors/ D…
 
I pause from my normal guest to share four things. I spend a couple of minutes sharing a story of how one coach knows who he is, is comfortable in his own skin and how that plays out in his coaching style. I remind the importance of telling stories, and one way to get alignment in your program.By Travis Wyckoff
 
A few years ago, my wife and I toured Eastern Europe. This, “The Best of Eastern Europe” Tour was, including river cruises, our third with Grand Circle Travel; having done two since. We started our tour in East Berlin, Germany and after a few days were on to Warsaw, Poland by train. From Warsaw, the balance of our tour was by bus. Our next stop was…
 
Why was my wife and my investment portfolio protected in a down market? On February 20, 2020 the stock market was near an all-time high. Because of the Cronavirus 19 (COVID-19), from February 20, 2020 to March 23, 2020 the average of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 was down about 33%. As I view our portfolio, it was dow…
 
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