Front Porch Perspective Podcast

Hosted ByRuss Palmer

Welcome to Front Porch Perspective! This is a podcast dedicated to the exploration of interesting people their stories, thoughts, and ideas. Our goal is to share, through dialog, stories and perspectives that educate you, challenge you and inspire you. Pushing growth through understanding and raising human potential.

Terrill Bracken – Comfort Zones are Overrated

Terrill Bracken - Comfort Zones are Overrated
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Terrill Bracken is a teacher…. His tools are pushing the hard things, extending growth through failure, overcoming… and never giving up.

His life is that of a student, a practitioner, a teacher of martial arts, and a keeper of peace. Terrill lives by the mantra “Comfort Zones are Overrated”

Today we are going to discuss his lessons and experiences of serving a native community as a law enforcement officer, his passion for growth and expansion through martial arts, his faith in God and journey of commitment.

I find Terrill’s tenacity and obsessive ability to stare his shortcomings directly in the eye, inspiring.  He states in the interview “I’ve archived a level of success in spite of myself, because I just wont give up.” This ability to try, reflect, correct and move on make this an interview worth listening to.

You can check out his MMA events at Fusion Fight League.  And stay tunes for his upcoming launch of Total Defense, a complete personal and home defense system brought about by his combined experience of martial arts and law enforcement.

Podcast Host

  • Russ Palmer started Front Porch Perspective out of the notion that we are a divided country- because it's a lie. People aren't as hostile towards new ideas and opinions as it might appear. In fact, we're mostly the same. Here, we're looking to recover the value and appreciation of the nuances, the 10%, of other people's perspectives. So far, it's working...

About the Host
Russ Palmer started Front Porch Perspective out of the notion that we are a divided country- because it's a lie. People aren't as hostile towards new ideas and opinions as it might appear. In fact, we're mostly the same. Here, we're looking to recover the value and appreciation of the nuances, the 10%, of other people's perspectives. So far, it's working...