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Tactical Living

Ashlie and Clint Walton

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It’s hard to find ways to manage everything in your life while still feeling like you are making progress each day. At least three times a week, Ashlie Walton, tactical living coach, shares insightful ways to create a balanced lifestyle while tackling many unspoken challenges, such as what it’s really like to live the life of a police officer’s wife. Ashlie’s husband Clint Walton, a police officer and life optimization coach, joins the conversation several times a month. Together, they share ...
 
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Kohana Braswell, Mahnoor Raja, Ava Marchetti, Jemay Leow

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Off-Record brings you the new, original, and trustworthy technology stories that you deserve. As we enter the Information Age, we all have lots of questions about exactly what is going happen in the future. We're here to answer those questions, once and for all. Let's go off-record.
 
Avoid sleepwalking through life without purpose or goals. Be free from the unhappiness that comes from a directionless existence. Boost your mental health through and happiness through learning how to live intentionally and purposefully. Don't live by default; lean how to design your life for sustainable success and growth along with us on this Podcast.
 
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Serotonin is that chemical shift that happens in our bodies that makes us feel all warm and mushy inside. But did you know that 90% of our serotonin is actually produced in our gut? Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how you can make one simple shift whenever you aren’t feeling happy. Check out Patient Heal Thyself by Jorda…
 
You might have noticed that YouTube now feeds you YouTube Shorts videos as soon as you open up the app. I was looking for a good Keto Cake Recipe to make and a video by a guy named Justin Prince popped up. Usually I click off right away but I found myself watching this 60-second clip TWICE. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton go int…
 
Did you know that there's a step-by-step process that will improve your overall happiness? In Sojna Lyubomirsky's book The How of Happiness, she goes over the 12 ways that we can all incorporate a bit more happiness in our lives. Here's a little spoiler alert: 50% of our hapiness is genetic...meaning that we have no control over this part of our ba…
 
If you ever want a giant wakeup call when it comes to being slapped into the reality of us actually needing people sometimes…travel to another country. In a recent episode of America’s Got Talent, artist Lee Collinson got on stage and shared how he showed up to the states with complete vulnerability. It became clear that he was well received by kin…
 
Did you know that most fuel in a space shuttle is used on takeoff? It takes a LOT of energy to exit earth’s atmosphere. You might not realize it…but your life is exactly the same way. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss why the pressure is always the highest when we start (or restart) healthy habits… And how we can break thr…
 
Are you living the life that you thought you would when you were younger? In Darren Hardy’s book The Compound Effect… He asks one simple question that is guaranteed to put your life into perspective and get you to take action. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss what this question is and how you can use it to propel your lif…
 
Darren Hardy has a lot to share in his book The Compound Effect. One of the most shocking takeaways for me was when he explained that you can offer to give someone three million dollars. Then, give them the choice of either that or a single penny that will compound over a 31-day month. The easy bet might be to take the three million dollars IF it w…
 
What's the relationship between someone who spills a hot cup of coffee in their lap and someone whose fiance just broke up with them? In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how the same area of our brain lights up whether we are experiencing physical or emotional pain... And how understanding this can allow us to under…
 
Attention residue happens when we have shifted our attention from task A to task B and yet...we still find that there are traces of task A still popping into our train of thought. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss ways that you can limit or omit attention residue. In doing this, we are better able to focus on each…
 
Do you remember the JUST SAY NO campaign that we heard a million times while growing up? It was drilled into our mind that we had the personal power to tell others no when it came to them trying to persuade us into doing something that impacted our personal health. Somehow, entering into adulthood made telling people no much more difficult than the…
 
How much time do you spend choosing the right emoji to go along with your text message or social media post? If you're like most people...chances are that you spend just as much if not more time choosing the right little character to demonstrate your emotion as you do with your written text. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Wal…
 
Have you ever wondered how to find Safe People to bring into your inner circle? The notion of love is blind holds true especially when we are discussing long-term and family relationships. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie and Detective Walton discuss the key traits that some people have that will literally kill your dreams if you aren't careful. ⩥ …
 
Staying healthy when you work as a first responder is VERY difficult. The daunting hours and chaotic work schedule make staying on track easy to fall off of. Our guest today shares ways that he's been able to live a healthy life that transfers into his work as a police officer. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ⩤ CLICK HERE for our best-selling products: https://…
 
In his popular book Constructive Living, David Reynolds teaches us an important lesson that will literally allow us to flip a switch in our lives in order to do the things that we often put off on doing. He teaches that we've had it wrong for many years when it comes to believing that the way that we feel is what makes us do or don't do things in o…
 
What is a lesson that you learned from a stranger? The universe has a divine way of sharing gifts in the form of lessons with us and they often happen in the most unexpected of ways. Whether it's a conversation in a grocery line or an act of kindness that was shown to you, strangers come into our lives for important reasons. Tune in as Coach Ashlie…
 
What makes you happy? If you answered with something like your kids, spouse or pets, you have some work to do. You see...happiness is something that we cultivate much deeper than the external things that create happiness in our lives. The things that are external that make us happy are important, sure; however, understanding what makes you happy wi…
 
"The babies literally died for want of touch." Imagine this...You take 50 babies and place them in a living condition where they were only provided their basic needs to survive. The intent is to determine if babies could learn to speak on their own without ever hearing language. No love, attention or touching... The bare minimum care was provided t…
 
So who is the alter-ego...Clark Kent or Superman? We don't often think about how using an alter-ego can help us with improved performance. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton break down the benefits of creating and summoning your alter-ego... And how this will help you to step into the best version of yourself day in and da…
 
Time only matters because man has given time a meaning. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss an important lesson: Our lives and the things that we do to make our lives run better don't run on clock time... Tune in to discover what this means for you. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ https://bi3xbvVont.ly/ …
 
Did you know that the time of the day that you choose to do certain things like exercise are often more important than the act itself? In his book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, Scott Adams teaches us the exact strategy that you need in order to make sure that you are operating the right way. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and …
 
Cal Newport graced us with this wisdom in the book Deep Work and taught us the importance of being able to allow ourselves time for ruthless and intense work. But why is it so hard? The answer is simple. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton make it simple to carve out the time that you need for focused work in all areas of your life.…
 
Did you know that there is an actual study of hope? Shane Lopez is the expert and shares his findings in his book Making Hope Happen. In this episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton share the three-step process that will take you from feeling zero hope to becoming hopeful in a matter of minutes. Tune in to learn how a lack of hope can lea…
 
How in-the-loop are you with things like pop culture? If you're anything like me, the latest Hollywood divorce and viral trend isn't something that you pay attention to. But the reason might surprise you. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss why it's SUPER important NOT to care. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ htt…
 
Did you know that when you spend time ruminating in upset over someone, chances are that while this is taking all of your mental energy, they aren't thinking twice about you. Ouch! In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton share a very simple process that will allow you to take back your energy the next time that you find someone…
 
If you haven't had a chance to partake in the shared wisdom of my favorite author Robert Greene, you're missing out. One piece of value that he dropped in an interview with Lewis Howes was to understand that people never do something once. Join Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton as we dive into what this means. This single tool will help you …
 
With the growing trend in discussions on topics like Meta and an alternative universe, some venture to live by the notion that the Matrix was more than just a movie. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how we might all live in the same universe; however, there isn't a single person who lives in the same reality. Tun…
 
Sleep is important (duh)... But did you know that if you sleep poorly, it is likely that you will have a good memory for the bad things and a bad memory for the good things? In today's episode, Coach Ashlie and Detective Walton revisit Michael Breus' The Power of When. Tune in to learn how there is an optimal time for everything you do and why unde…
 
The International Crimes Against Children (ICAC) is one of those silent yet critical details on a local, federal and state level. The men and women who work in this detail are tasked with the incredibly difficult job of prosecuting and creating tactics to combat internet crimes against children. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton interviews De…
 
Many veterans and first responders are taking advantage of the growing trend of equine or horse therapy. During our interview, we'll learn how beneficial equine therapy is in coping with stress and symptoms of PTSD. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ⩤ CLICK HERE for our best-selling products: https://amzn.to/3xaG3xw and https://rdbl.co/3DIQVUC CLICK HERE to join …
 
Have you ever found yourself in the middle of what seems like an impossible decision? (Beaming a tight hug your way!) If we are honest...we have all been there... In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss a simple strategy that you can use again and again to help with every decision that you are faced with...and feel like…
 
Echos of the words 'Make Your Bed' were heard throughout the world after Admiral William McRaven's 2014 commencement speech. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how applying the root word of the word 'compound' to your life will transform your growth game. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ CLICK HERE for o…
 
In her book Rethinking Positive Thinking by Gabriele Oettingen, she teaches us the power of WOOP. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton dive into why it's not enough to with something into being. Instead, this very simple 4-step process will change how you set, view and execute on your goals. Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit th…
 
Jim Rone said it best when he talks about how the thing that is easy to do is also the thing that is easy NOT to do. (CLICK HERE to check out more from Jim Rone) In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss the small things that we do (or could not do) in our lives to improve our overall well-being. Hint: It all starts with …
 
Who are you and what do you do? It sounds basic enough, right? A writer writes. A boxer fights. But have you ever stopped to think about the things that you actually do that make up who you are? In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton break down the things we say versus what we do...and how actions speak BEFORE words. CLICK HER…
 
Attorneys will often talk about the bright-line rule. Basically, this means that there is no confusion on what is and what isn't. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss why this one simple rule can change the way that you live your life. CLICK HERE for ways to document your bright lines. Like what you hear? We are hono…
 
In a study conducted by Duke University, it was found that exercise can be more effective than the prescription medication Zoloft. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss the importance of fitness, regardless of your current activity level. Start your fitness journey today by clicking here. Like what you hear? We are ho…
 
Did you know that simply using a pedometer is proven to increase the number of steps that you take each day? CLICK TO BUY A PEDOMETER HERE. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton walk through how an Oura Ring (Click for $50 off) completely changed the game for them when it comes to measuring performance metrics. Whether you wa…
 
🔥🔥🔥 LIVE Interview: Military Analyst and Veteran of Ramadi, Iraq, Ed Hines 🔥🔥🔥 If you're looking to become well-versed on the current state of affairs... And you want a sound understanding of the conflict that is taking place right now...😲 Today's guest is a wealth of information. Ed is known for his military service as a Marine in Ramadi, Iraq. He…
 
Did you know that studies have revealed that willpower outpredicts IQ for academic performance by a factor of 2? I think that one of the coolest things about this new data is that willpower can be learned. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss why this should be the #1 self-development tool that we all need to sharpen. Like wh…
 
Have you ever considered yourself to be a perfectionist? In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss why it's more important to focus on what the optimal version of yourself looks like... And how comparison is what creates the desire to be perfect. Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your…
 
This episode is NOT about a piece of food that accidently falls on the ground that you pick up while looking around to make sure that nobody saw. Instead, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how one simple act changed the life of a woman in her early 40's and how this WILL WORK FOR YOU TOO. Check out the 5-Second Rule here. Like what y…
 
Have you ever had the honor of seeing the Statue of David in person? It is truly awe inspiring to stand next to the 17-foot masterpiece. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss the relationship between David and You. Tune in as we share the importance of finding yourself, one chizel at a time. Like what you hear? We are…
 
Hero. We've all seen people perform heroic acts that result in those around them calling them a hero. Maybe you yourself have been called a hero by someone. Most people will comment by saying that they were in the right place at the right time and they have a difficult time accepting the label of a hero. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and …
 
An act of kindness really is like a dose of healthy medicine for us all. In todays episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss ways that you can incorporate this into your day-to-day and make MASSIVE impact. Tune in for the #1 strategy on building the bridge between the community and law enforcement. Like what you hear? We are honored…
 
Have you ever heard of one of those stories where a parent or grandparent stashed thousands of dollars in a sofa? It turns out that, that might not be such a bad idea. With what's happened with the Trucker Convoy in Canada and money being STOLEN from them, the way that we secure our money should be reassessed. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walto…
 
It's no secret that evil has attempted to strip away our civil liberties. The truth is that much of that same liberty is being given away freely by us. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss the best ways to protect yourself in 2022. Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your thoughts …
 
Travis is the host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast 🥰 He shares his perspective as the former Vice President of Books by Vets and is a board member at the S.H.I.N.E. foundation 🙌 He’s donated over $30,000; volunteered over 1,500 hours...✔️ Raised more than $500,000...Has helped start 6 nonprofits...✔️ And is a event coordinator and published auth…
 
Have you experienced a form of trauma that you have survived, only to find that there are times when it comes back to haunt you? In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how triggers are signs that there's something to work on. It's a beautiful thing to put in the work and feel better after experiencing something awful; …
 
The reason why change sucks is simple. You are hard-wired to resist change. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss why officers facing change have it a bit harder than everyone else. Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your thoughts in a review. If you or someone you know may be a fi…
 
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