Off The Dome Radio

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

206 episodes of Off The Dome Radio since the first episode, which aired on October 29th, 2018.

  • Episode 204: Bridget Boyle, Head of People & Culture, Roche Diagnostic

    Episode  |  January 25th, 2023  |  1 hr 37 mins
    bridget boyle, bridget boyle roche diagnostics, hr leaders, leadership tips, organizational development, roche diagnostics, workplace culture

    Bridget Boyle is the Head of People & Culture for Roche Diagnostics' U.S. Diagnostics Commercial Organization, as part of the HR Shared Service Center that supports all Roche employees in North America. She also contributes as a member of Roche's Global Diagnostics HR Leadership Team.

    In this interview, Bridget not only highlights key moments in her career path, but she also provides actionable lessons on networking at a company, how to make yourself more valuable for an organization, and what leaders can do to maximize the talent around them.

  • Episode 203: How to Define "Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years," Postural Work for Golfers, How to Tell Compelling Stories, and Finding Your "Why" with Training

    Episode  |  December 23rd, 2022  |  1 hr 4 mins
    career advice, career coaches indianapolis, dr. phil rogan, exercises for golfers, golfer exercises, harry beckwith, health and nutrition, how to interview well, how to workout, interview questions, interview tips, jonah hill stutz, nutrition coaches indianapolis, nutrition tips, resume writers indianapolis, stutz netflix, workout tips

    In today's episode, Slager recaps Jonah Hill's "Stutz" documentary on Netflix and Dr. Phil's appearance on the Rogan Podcast. Tim provides you guidance on how to reflect on the question "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" For book talk, Slager analyzes "Man Uncivilized" by providing a different perspective in your training regimen, while offering actionable tips for golfers and athletes when it comes to postural work. Tim's book talk involves how to tell a compelling story, drawing concepts from "You Inc." by Harry Beckwith.

  • Episode 202: Justin Stouder, CTO of FireMon

    Episode  |  December 15th, 2022  |  1 hr 21 mins
    company culture, firemon, leadership development, leadership tips, organizational development, summitwise, workplace culture

    Justin Stouder is the Chief Technology Officer of FireMon, a software development company focused on improving security operations and outcomes. He is also the founder of Summitwise, which provides high-altitude and high-impact leadership experiences.

    In this interview, Justin provides networking tips and career lessons, based on his path through financial services, software, and IT. He also explains how to define your core values and let them guide you through your personal and professional life. Justin also discusses how to make yourself more valuable, whether it is through public speaking, leading through a non-management role, or initiating meaningful conversations with other professionals. We end the show discussing how a company can improve its company culture and attract top talent, especially if it is a hybrid or remote company.

    To learn more about FireMon or Justin's business Summitwise, learn more below:


  • Episode 201: Johnathan Gorman, Actor, Writer, Producer, Keynote Speaker, Life Coach, and Corporate Sales Leader

    Episode  |  December 2nd, 2022  |  1 hr 48 mins
    actor, career advice, career tips, how to sell, john gorman, johnathan gorman, personal development tips, producer, professional development, sales, sales leadership, sales tips, your life is your movie

    Johnathan Gorman is an actor, writer, producer, keynote speaker, life coach, and corporate sales leader. He is also the author of "Your Life is Your Movie: The Biggest Obstacle You'll Ever Have to Overcome is Your Mind," which will be released in January 2023. With over 40 years in the entertainment industry, Johnathan discusses his journey, lessons learned, and how it helped him succeed in other areas of his life. Johnathan also dives into effective sales and relationship-building strategies, reflecting on his corporate sales career. Throughout our conversation, Johnathan also provides practical tips, activities, and mechanisms to becoming the best version of yourself.

    To learn more about Johnathan, you can visit, where you can find information on how to preorder his book.

  • Episode 200: Our Favorite 6 OTD Episodes, Why Golfers Should Lift Weights, and How to be a Clearer Communicator

    Episode  |  November 18th, 2022  |  1 hr 24 mins
    career advice, career coach, career tips, fitness tips, golf fitness, golf fitness tips, golfer fitness, how to be a better communicator, how to communicate, nutrition coach, performance coach, resume writer

    In today's episode, we each reflect on our top 3 most influential Off the Dome Radio episodes, and how each one helped us level up in life. For career and fitness tips, we discuss how to provide more clarity with your communication and 3 reasons why golfers should lift weights.

  • Episode 199: Chad Evans, Jazz Musician (Saxophone)

    Episode  |  November 14th, 2022  |  1 hr 25 mins

    Chad Evans is a Jazz Musician from St. Louis, Missouri, specializing in the Saxophone with expertise in improvisation and music composition. Chad has appeared in duo, trio, and full band ensembles for local and regional performances, including collaborations with the Jane Powel Band, Albert King Band, Bosman Twins, and William "Bill Tucker." Chad also serves as a music instructor for aspiring musicians of all ages. A few of Chad's musical productions include: Stress Free Groove (2010), Stress Free Zone (2005), Warrior (1996), and Takin Place (1993).

    In this interview, Chad reflects on his career and lessons learned about networking, finding your passion, and constantly improving as an artist or musician.

    To learn more about Chad, you can visit him on his website or YouTube:


  • Episode 198: How to Make Yourself Memorable in an Interview, How to Add Excitement to Your Job, Caloric Deficit Best Practices, and How to Reinvent Yourself

    Episode  |  October 28th, 2022  |  1 hr 29 mins
    career coaching, crossfit, crossfit lupos, crossfit programs, fitness coach, interview prep, interview tips, job interview tips, mentor tips, mentoring, nutrition coach, performance coach, resume writer, resume writing, sports performance

    In today's episode Tim discusses a new mentoring opportunity, his new approach to career coaching packages, and how to make yourself memorable in a job interview. Slager recaps his "Ladies' Night" CrossFit program and how he is creating a nutrition plan for a military cut.

    In career tips, Tim discusses what to do when you are bored in a job and have no tasks, self-improvement podcast recommendations, and how to create meaningful brand content in 2023. For fitness and nutrition tips, Slager explains what you should do when in a caloric definition and still not losing weight. To end the show, we recap John Wooden's "Game Plan for Life" and Myke Metzger's "Credibility Method."

  • Episode 197: Randy Brown, Executive Career Mentor at Butler University and Former Anthem Chief HR Officer

    Episode  |  October 21st, 2022  |  1 hr 15 mins
    career advice, career development, career tips, company culture, company culture tips, how to be a leader, job search, job search advice, job search tips, personal branding, workplace culture
    Randy Brown is an Executive Career Mentor & MBA Leadership Coach at Butler University. Before joining Butler, Randy gained 32+ years of experience as an HR professional, leader, Executive Vice President and Chief HR Officer role at Anthem, a Fortune 50 healthcare company. He also provided value in roles at RCA, GE, and Thomson.

    In this interview, Randy discusses the key lessons learned from his corporate executive experience, including contributing to a healthy company culture, seeking enriching feedback from others, and how to maximize your experience at an organization. He also dives into many of the principles he instills in his undergraduate and MBA students, including job search tips, building a meaningful personal brand, finding your passions, and navigating today's job landscape in a digital age.

  • Episode 196: Ryan McKeever, Filmmaker, Investor, and Storyteller

    Episode  |  October 14th, 2022  |  1 hr 39 mins
    brand storytelling, cannabis, cbd, cbd filmmaker, entrepreneur, filmmaker, hemp, how to interview a ceo, interview tips, interviewing

    Ryan McKeever is a filmmaker, storyteller, entrepreneur, and hemp & cannabis film director and subject matter expert. For over 20 years, Ryan has developed meaningful stories for fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and is currently finishing a pilot documentary "Hemp Valley Colorado," highlight the benefit of CBD as medicine.

    In this interview, Ryan discusses his career journey to entrepreneurship, how he builds effective stories, best practices in scaling a business, and his motivation to enter the hemp & cannabis industry.

    To learn more about Ryan, check out the following:

    Instagram: @ryan_j_mckeever
    Hemp Valley Colorado Official Trailer:
    Ryan's Filmmaking Business:

  • Episode 195: Kyle Harbaugh, Co-Founder of Xtract Brands and Something Growing

    Episode  |  October 7th, 2022  |  1 hr 11 mins
    cbd, cbd brands, cbd companies, cbd energy drink, entrepreneur tips, how to build a brand, podcasting tips, xtract energy

    Kyle Harbaugh is an Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Something Growing, and Co-Founder of Xtract Brands, a company that produces a CBD energy drink with 0% sugar. In this interview, Kyle discusses how he partnered with others to be pioneers in the energy drink and hemp market, what all successful brands do when building a presence online, and how to identify meaningful partnerships throughout the entrepreneurial journey.

  • Episode 194: Creative Ways to Follow Up on a Job Application, Stress Management Tips, Opportunity Lies in Transparency, and How to Compete at a High Level

    Episode  |  October 3rd, 2022  |  1 hr 12 mins
    career tips, coffee, content marketing strategy, crossfit, how to increase driving distance, job change tips, mental health tips

    In today's episode, we offer career tips on applying for internal jobs at your company, creative ways to follow up on a job application, and how you can learn about your industry through Reddit. Slager dives into "refeed" days, stress management tips, and how you can gauge your workout performance on soreness. We end the show analyzing Gary V's "Crush It" and Phil Knight's "Shoe Dog" for book talk, explaining how to connect with customers, compete at a high level, and visualize success.

  • Episode 193: Karl Hibbert, Founder and CEO of Fortunate Lifestyle

    Episode  |  September 25th, 2022  |  1 hr 7 mins
    apparel, clothing business, entrepreneur, fashion, how to scale a business, how to start a clothing business, music fashion, musical artist clothing, musical artist fashion

    Karl Hibbert (@kswaggin) is the Founder and CEO of Fortunate Lifestyle, a clothing brand established to express individuality, creativeness, and unique designs. As a follow up to episodes 77 and 166, Karl explains how he has redefined his approach to building relationships, promoting his brand, and sparking creativity in his designs.

  • Episode 192: 3 Tips to Improve Your Online Presence, Nutrition Breakdown for Board Athletes and MMA Fighters, and How to Differentiate Yourself in Your Field

    Episode  |  September 8th, 2022  |  1 hr 1 min
    health and nutrition tips, health tips, i need a resume writer, jobseeker tips, jobseeking tips, nutrition coaches near me, nutrition tips, performance coaches near me, resume writers near me, resume writing tips

    In today's episode, we focus on how you can go about differentiating yourself in your field, whether it's through self-education, networking, and finding your "pocket of peace." Tim provides 3 tips to improve your online presence, especially when looking for a job. Slager explains the ideal nutrition breakdown for high-performance athletes, especially snowboarders, wakeboarders, and MMA athletes. He also describes the ideal way to engage with a prospective customer.

  • Episode 191: 3 Ways to Explain Why You Left a Job in an Interview, Nutrient & Meal Timing for Peak Athletic Performance, How to Sell Yourself, and Being Your Brother's Keeper

    Episode  |  August 22nd, 2022  |  47 mins 13 secs
    brazilian jiu jitsu, business mentor, health and wellness, how to ace an interview, how to improve athletic performance, interview questions, interview tips, john medina brain rules, nutrition tips, relationship coach, summer workouts, traver boehm man uncivilized

    After providing updates on our businesses, online marketing strategy, and service offerings, Tim highlights three ways to explain a job change in an interview, and Slager educates the audience on utilizing nutrient and meal timing to maximize athletic performance. We end the show talking John Medina's Brain Rules and how our brain gives attention to things. Slager highlights "being your brother's keeper" after assessing a section of Traver Boehm's "Man Uncivilized."

  • Episode 190: 3 Tips to Writing a Unique Resume and 3 Foods to Boost Mental Health

    Episode  |  August 9th, 2022  |  48 mins 22 secs
    career tips, how to eat better, how to market a business, how to write a resume, how to write a resume with no experience, marketing, nutrition coaches, nutrition coaches indy, nutrition coaches near me, nutrition tips, resume tips, resume writers, resume writers indianapolis, resume writers near me

    In this episode, Tim describes 3 strategies to build a resume that lands more interviews. We also talk through ways to reflect on your accomplishments and leadership style. Slager then explains 3 foods to help increase mental health and overall well-being. To end the show, we highlight key lessons from "How to Win Friends and Influence People" (Dale Carnegie) and "Man's Search for Meaning" (Viktor Frankl)

  • Episode 189: Virtual Rehab Coaching, The Importance of Fueling Energy Systems, How to Answer the "Tell Us About Yourself" Question in an Interview

    Episode  |  August 5th, 2022  |  1 hr 10 mins
    career coaching indy, career coaching services, career coaching services indianapolis, fueling energy systems, how to make great decisions, how to quit a job, interview tips, job interview tips, nutrition, rehab, virtual rehab coaches

    In today's episode, Tim outlines a solid strategy in answering the "tell us about yourself" question in an interview, while Slager educates the audience on fueling energy systems and the proper meal before a long sporting event. For book talk, Tim reflects on the three central values to life from Stephen Covey's "7 Habits of Highly Effective People," and Slager talks about Fr. Mike Schmitz's "How to Make Great Decisions" and what it means to maximize the present moment.