Breakfast at Stinson's Podcast
Breakfast at Stinson's
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So how do you define success? In fact, what does that even mean, and how does your definition of it impact your life on a daily basis and the decisions you make? In Breakfast at Stinson’s, recovering attorney and banker John Asher Thompson discusses these questions with a range of successful people— entrepreneurs, moms, dads, musicians and artists, a Hollywood producer or two and many more. John’s aim is to ask the questions others may not, and in the process to get to know what makes people tick, and maybe even what makes the world go round. Also special thanks to John’s proudly millennial producer Becca Matimba!
Enjoy the teaser and check us out on iTunes now and listen to Season 1!
The story of David Kirschner’s dad might be one of the most remarkable Holocaust stories you’ll hear. Maybe just the most remarkable story period. Just as powerful is the legacy he left behind in his family. David, who has worked at Goldman Sachs for over 20 years and serves on the firm’s Top Advisors and Advisors Council Groups, joins us in the podcast.
On this episode, David shares the life of his dad, along with a lot of other great stories, observations and insights into living.
#goldmansachs #holocaust #wealth #success #family
Dean (Coach) Campbell
Dean Campbell is a good friend and fine man. He has coached at the D1 level for 38 years, both as a position coach and coordinator. He has coached in 20 bowl games and also coached 2 players in the College Football Hall of Fame. He finished his coaching career by turning around the Hyde Park High School football team and has left a powerful legacy as a mentor, coach and example for countless young men and women at every stop along the way. Every time I talk to Coach I learn something and hope you will too!
On this episode, good friends John and Coach discuss D1 football, Darrell Royal, growing up in Austin, TX and success.
#football #darrellroyal #texas #austintexas
John Asher Thompson III
John Asher Thompson III, also known as Boe, was born 5 days before 9/11. He survived the NICU at St. David’s Hospital, came home with monitors and wires attached, and took drops of caffeine to keep his breathing regular. That scrawny kid is now 6’1” and 230 lbs and is the starting guard on his HS football team. He loves music, friends and driving. He talks what success looks like to him.