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That Sober Guy Podcast

After a 17-year struggle with alcohol, Shane Ramer created That Sober Guy Podcast which now has helped over 2 million listeners. As an innovator in podcasting and mental health, he created a corporate podcast platform for a Fortune 500 company to communicate about internal initiatives including mental health, sobriety, and other important company culture and business issues.

As a father of two kids and married to his wife of 20 years, Shane is passionate about helping men quit drinking and becoming purposeful leaders in their homes and communities. For more information go to www.ThatSoberGuy.com

Aug 12, 2022

Tripp Lanier is a father, husband, author and mens coach He’s got an awesome book out titled This Book Will Make You Dangerous: The Irreverent Guide For Men Who Refuse to Settle he’s also the host of The New Man Podcast: Beyond the Macho Jerk and the New Age Wimp which he’s hosted for over a decade.


Aug 4, 2022

Rich Roll is the creator of The Rich Roll Podcast, author, plant-based nutrition advocate, father and a vegan ultra-endurance athlete. At the age of 40 and after struggling for years with alcohol, drugs and an unhealthy lifestyle, Rich dove headfirst into a plant based lifestyle and committed his mind and body...


Jul 28, 2022

Chris "BOAR" Bell is a filmmaker, director, producer and writer, known for his documentaries Bigger Stronger Faster, Trophy Kids, Prescription Thugs and A Leaf Of Faith. You can find all of his movies on Amazon, Netflix, or other major movie platforms. Chris became an advocate for addiction recovery after losing his...


Jul 22, 2022

Vance Johnson is a former NFL football player who played for the Denver Broncos from 1985-1995. Vance has a book out titled "Uncovered: Why Becoming Less Became Everything" where he explains how hiding a serious alcohol and pill addiction cost him literally everything he had. Today Vance is a recovery advocate...


Jul 8, 2022

Marques Ogden was drafted into the NFL in 2003 and played as an offensive lineman with the Titans, Bills, Ravens and Jaguars. After 5 years of playing in the league, he decided to retire and pursue a career in construction and contracting. A few years later Marquis life began to fall apart, and during that time he...