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Fight For Tomorrow

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Fight For Tomorrow

Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit

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We are a podcast that looks to help people empower themselves to be an active part of their own lives. Through sharing our personal experience with Hardships, Struggle and loss we hope to cultivate a culture of Gratitude, Accountabilty, Kindness, Love, and hard work. We hope our shared experiences and perspectives can help you expand your own horizons and inspire you to join us as we try to make the world of tomorrow just a little bit better than it is today.
 
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Plot twists incoming! Lot of talk today about building a sustainable baseline of balance in your life, unhealthy expectations, the perfect chaos that is the universe, and the incredible design of the planet we live on. Life isnt perfect... GOOD.By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Today we had our friend Lianna back for an awesome conversation on many different levels about topics ranging from imposter syndrome, to physical fitness, mental health, empowering women, humility as a vessel for credibility in business and leadership, and reputation vs. character. This was so much fun we hope you enjoy! Lianna also is the host of …
 
High Energy day here at the fight for tomorrow studio! We get into lots of things, and how even though everything is different, everything is the same. Many of the lessons and experiences we learn in life can be utilized across many different aspects of living. Also a friendly reminder that Balance is the true discipline. Thank you and enjoy!…
 
The idea of darkness and light, hardship and strength, obstacles and overcoming them are often thought of separately. Today we dive into the necessary and natural relationship the opposing sides have in our lives, our world and our universe. The obstacle IS the way.By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Join us for a conversation with Michelle! Michelle is a mom, an ultra-runner, psychologist, a deep thinker and an all around TOUGH cookie. on this episode we will cover lots of different topics but all of it will help you deposit in your "warrior bank". Dont miss it!By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Our Boy Joel is Back! We get to hear from him about his experience at the MOAB 240 endurance race and congratulate him on his success! This is just the beginning! Enjoy the bonus at the end. We were done but he was still talking so I added it without telling him :)By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
One more monologue before Jo-el Returns from MOAB where he just COMPLETED the Moab 240 endurance run! On this short episode Ill talk about some revelations i've had during the transtion out of my corporate job about the way that we sometime try to fit our purpose into our "job" rather than crafting the way we earn a living based around things that …
 
Evan Is all alone on this one. Join Me for A short episode where Ill detail some of the trap doors that we can fall into during periods of transition from one part of our life to the next. When you know the purpose but feel like you get stuck in sort of a holding pattern where you cant really put the rubber to the road just yet. How can we stay mot…
 
On todays episode we discuss the problem of overplanning, The downside of destinations, The hard part about big goals, and the true power of love. We hope you enjoy this one half as much as we did!By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
On this episode we talk about the tendency most people have to overestimate their competency or preparedness to deal with things that they have no prior experience in. In this instance, pertaining to self defense and protecting others. We also cover boundaries, situational awareness and 9/11. Better to be a Warrior in a garden, than a Gardener who …
 
A conversation on the loss of perspective we are experiencing in America at this time and how the unfortunate reality is that many times it takes great tragedy for us to unite after we have become divided, bitter and ungrateful for our home, our neighbors, and our freedoms.By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
We discuss in depth some of the similarities and nuanced differences between being Tough, or resilient and some of the larger implications of both. Enjoy!By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Goals and commitment are sometimes things that we THINK we have figured out, until we start down a path and realize this is not what we want. What is the difference between deciding something isnt for you and giving up on yourself? What would the childhood version of you think of the current version of you? Would the life you are living make them f…
 
Important episode on the personal responsibility we have to make our homes, our cities, our country and our planet a better place to live rather than being somewhere we exist. We can all make everything better for each other. But only if we do it TOGETHER. Love is the answer.By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Among other things we talk about (unfortunately) the antics and conduct of Conor Mcgregor after his last loss this weekend. The debate was, does money corrupt? We explore both sides of this coin and we hope you enjoy the conversation!By Evan Chmieleski: Professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
We started off talking about a few different topics but we settled in to a very meaningful conversation about Fate, Destiny, Choices, Life, and death, and how they are all closely related. We consider how no one is ever ready for the next step in whatever path they are on until AFTER they take it, and how knowing the difference between fate and des…
 
Open conversation about the levels of learning for any new skill you are trying to develop. First is knowledge, then you must apply. If you can apply, you must understand in order to teach. When you can marry all of these concepts to perpetualize growth, you can master a skill. Among other topics are intentional practice, application of skills, exp…
 
We covered just about everything on this episode. Our Guest, Silas Adams is a decorated marine corps veteran who has excelled in corporate and military leadership. He is also navigating single parenting and post COVID dating at the tender age of 35. This episode covers almost everything you have come to expect from The Fight For tomorrow Podcast - …
 
Today I had My Friend Lianna on the show. Lianna is a lot of things, to name a few, Mom, Massage Therapist (Not a PT) Travel Junkie, BJJ blue Belt, philosopher, and all around a wise "old soul". We had a great discussion about her latest personal endeavor to help empower women through their experiences to be their most confident self. Also covered:…
 
This week we discuss what memorial day means to us to get us started and get into a discussion about Ways to use your darkest times as your biggest catalyst for growth with some personal stories. Its important not to compare your struggles with others, just to support others when we can along the way. On the flip side of that coin, we must remember…
 
Todays discussion is based on a recent leadership lesson that Evan learned on the job dealing with the staffing issues the restaurant industry is struggling with and the impact that individuals have on each others morale whether they are aware of it or not. We examine the idea that every single person is a leader in one way or another through their…
 
Today we will talk about finding and maintaining a "sweet spot" in life, that will prevent you from being comfortable without succumbing to burnout, and the process of realizing that balancing your life and priorities is an ever-changing process that will require humility, awareness, and commitment. Ultimately if you can maintain this balance, you …
 
Among a few other topics sprinkled in before and after, we dive into the backward mentality practiced by our society around the mistreatment, abuse and assault of women. Expecting Women to do extra things in their everyday life to prevent them from everything from uncomfortable situations to abuse does not address the actual problem. Well talk abou…
 
On this episode, well talk about Joels zion 100 experience and break down our thoughts on suffering. If you can suffer well for things you care about, you will be more well prepared to deal with other types of adversity that may come your way! Trash the ego, embrace the pain, and enjoy the resilience you will build in the process. we are here to gr…
 
We discuss the different kinds of energy that make up every part of everything from your personality to your habits, to your perspective and your beliefs, as well as literally every other part of everything! We explore ways to deal with negative energy from a stoic perspective and how to generate a healthy and motivational environment simply by pro…
 
We talk about the different mindsets of consistency or intensity and the role they play in either contributing to, or harming your ability or likelihood of achieving your goals.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
This one is a tough one to summarize, but it comes down to the difference in believing good things will "happen" if you work hard, and MAKING something happen because you believe in yourself. After many years of hard work, We break down the realization that believing something can happen for you, doesnt necessarily mean you believe in yourself, and…
 
We take the age old saying of "dont mistake my kindness for weakness" and we flip it, to look at todays obsession with outrage and cancel culture. We also look for better ways to communicate with people who upset us so that proper boundaries can be set.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Today we discuss the dangerous idea of weakness being something we dont actively CHOOSE. We all have moments where we FEEL weak, even when we WANT to accept being weak. The most important thing to do in these moments to make the choice to be strong instead.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
This week we talk about the many ugly faces of ego, and the repercussions of being controlled by ego or insecurity, and how you can use failure to help inspire others to grow rather than burying them in shame and using that to harm others. Lets be better!By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
This week we have a discussion about how expectations can kill progress and growth not only if they are too high, but if they are too low. Communication and Coach-ability can prevent the death of your house plant (Goals and careers) But you must apply them at the correct time, in the correct manner. Setting reasonable expectations is both a persona…
 
The more you know, The less you think you know. The less you think you know, The more you want to learn. The more you learn, The more you know. And so it goes. There is no end. Just go.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
This week we dove into a plethora topics, including intentional practice vs hard work with no intention, and finished with the old crabs in a bucket analogy, and how you can spend your energy pulling other people down, or climbing. We go on to discuss the dangers of others wanting to pull you down when they see you climbing. You will become like th…
 
Today we discuss the paradox of not wanting to begin something new because of the fear of not looking good, and how that ultimately becomes the reason that some people never get good.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Today we tackle one of the more controversial topics in our country at the current time. What does it mean to be healthy?By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Today, Thanksgiving eve, We dropped an episode like thanksgiving dinner! Main course was Joel detailing his first (of many) 100 mile run literally using his home as an aid station, We serve that up with sides of gratitude, Commitment, Self talk, goal setting, and the fluid nature of the universe. Among others. Were thankful for another episode in t…
 
In these turbulent times, An open mind and willingness to look into controversial topics before reacting emotionally is our best chance for progress. Absolutes are a dangerous idea that does not accurately represent the many nuances of life.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
Leadership Sucks. Love hurts. Progress is painful. Experience builds slowly. GOOD. stay on the path. The world needs your leadership. Start with yourself. Start today.By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
In this episode, Evan talks about some struggles he has been having recently with the flooding of information about the pandemic and the negative side effects of information overload as well as the paralyzing negative effects this can have on more than one aspect of our life. Growing into the light is a way to avoid shrinking into darkness, which c…
 
Today is all about being conscious of how what you consume can negatively effect or even completely change your perspective of your current situation. "Trust But Verify"By Evan Chmieleski: Former professional MMA fighter, Combat Sambo team USA competitor, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt and Restaurant GM . Joel Cervantes: Registered nurse, endurance athlete, and former USMC recruit
 
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