Chief Doan started his career with the Boise Fire Department in 1991 as an entry level Firefighter and was an original member of the Hazardous Materials Team. Dennis continued his service in the Operations Division as he advanced to the rank of Senior Firefighter in 1995 and then promoted to Captain in 2002. He was awarded Boise City Firefighter of the Year in 2003 for his work as a lobbyist for Idaho firefighters and received the American Red Cross 2004 Real Hero Award.
Today Skip is talking with former Boise State Football Coach and now Washington Husky, Chris Petersen. Skip is talking with Chris about life, football and his game plan for life. How has the transition been going since he left Idaho? How do the Huskies look this year? Listen in and learn more.
Ron Price is an internationally recognized business advisor, executive coach, speaker, and author. Known for his creative and systematic thinking, business versatility, and practical optimism, Ron has worked in 15 countries and served in almost every level of executive management over the past 35 years.
Today Skip is talking with the Boise State Bronco’s Head Coach Bryan Harsin. They’re talking about Family, Faith, and Football. What was it like to move back to Boise and take the place of Coach Pete? How’s the transition? What does this upcoming season look like? They’re discussing that and more on today’s Game Plan For Life. Check out the Game Plan For Life Archive Page
Today Skip is talking with Leo Hellyer. Leo is a retired Master Sergeant of the USAF and was a marksman in the military. Leo is also a USCCA (US Concealed Carry Association) Certified Instructor who runs Helping Hands Firearms Training. If you wish to register for or learn more about an upcoming training course on concealed carry you can go to helpinghandsft.com Check out the Game Plan for Life Archive Page
Today Skip is interviewing Marty Tadman. Marty graduated from Mission Viejo High School and accepted a football scholarship to Boise State University. For all four of his seasons with Boise State, the Broncos ranked in the top 25 nationally. In 2007, Marty was named the MVP of the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and a Sports Illustrated 1st team All-American. During college, Marty married his high school sweetheart, Nicole, and together they started and maintained a thriving college Christian ministry. A big believer in serving others, Marty became an accomplished speaker, telling his story at churches, government functions, charities, and schools around the country. After graduating with a