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I believe we are all on a journey. Everything we do, our wins-losses, successes, and failures are all part of the adventure. These are the life lessons the shape us into who we become as we teach the world through our stories.

Donnie's Success Champions are Ordinary People, Entrepreneurs, Veterans, First Responders, Business Owners and visionaries that have a story to tell. These champions are pure badasses plain and simple. Enjoy their stories as we all continue on our journey.

Aug 14, 2018

Casey Williams is an accountant serving clients across the United States. She recently left the corporate world to follow her passion to help others enjoy a financially stress-free business. While she is building her accounting firm, she speaks about the health benefits of a solid financial foundation.

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Aug 13, 2018

Chad Kneller a former rock and roll frontman who despite 6 warrants, divorce, bankruptcy, DUI, and multiple stays in jail was able to become a staff sergeant and then get commissioned in the Army. Then the lieutenant who left the Army after earning five-star general pay with his part-time network marketing company to...


Aug 9, 2018

Another Kick Ass Friday. I love these days I get to talk about whatever I want. I guess I could do that any day since this is my show but I love hearing the stories of our guests. I have been so impacted by their journeys it helps me be a bigger badass in life.

In this week episode, I am doing a special request. As you...


Aug 9, 2018

Matt Ward is the founder of Breakthrough Champion…

In 2002 Matt began working with business owners through his website agency, inConcert Web Solutions, to improve their bottom line, gain more clients, and grow their respective businesses. He sold his agency in 2018 so that he could focus on helping businesses get more...


Aug 8, 2018

For nearly ten years Danielle Baldino grappled with her increasing addiction to alcohol, including during her 6 years as a Navy Nurse Corps Officer. She spent a lot of that time in denial: because her drinking habits didn’t fit the typical “alcoholic” definition, because she was a woman, because she was an officer...