Off The Dome Radio

Naturally Curious

About the show

Are you just stuck? Off The Dome Radio is a podcast designed specifically to give you that extra push in all facets of your life. As hosts who have been stuck, taken leaps of faith, and gambled on themselves, Colin and Tim are two entrepreneurs embarking on their own journeys to find what they were called to do. Through fun conversation and interviews with driven individuals who have decided to pave their own path, this podcast offers various insights into the depths of health and wellness, business strategy and influence, empowerment, mental health and relationship building. With this podcast, the hope is to empower people to find something deep within themselves that helps bring them closer to the happiness and success they want to realize. Off The Dome is on a mission to add value by strengthening the most fundamental areas of our every day lives.

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Episodes and Blog Entries

  • 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.

  • Episode 188: Jose Azambuja, Founder and CEO of NovaLife Nutriments

    Episode  |  August 2nd, 2022  |  57 mins 18 secs
    brand launches, brand marketing, business development, entrepreneurship, how to gain funding, how to launch a brand, influencer marketing, investor relations, novalife nutriments

    Jose Azambuja (@joseloui) is the Founder and CEO of NovaLife Nutriments, a company that helps companies and influencers launch products into the market. By acting as a trusted logistics partner, his company helps create the next generation of brands. NovaLife Nutriments also has a direct-to-consumer segment of clean plant-based protein with no added sugar.

    In this episode, Jose discusses how he launched his business as a college student, scaled a company, and successfully obtained funding. He also dives into key lessons learned in business, including leadership and partnership building.

    You can learn more about Jose through his website or Tik Tok page.

  • Episode 187: 3 Questions to Ask Before a Career Change, Building a Healthy Relationship with Food, and How to Not Let a Bad Mood Fool You

    Episode  |  June 7th, 2022  |  1 hr 21 secs
    career tips, fitness tips, golf courses in indiana, golf instagram, how to run a small business, instagram golf, nutrition coaches near me, nutrition tips, outdoor workouts, rehab, resume writers near me, small business owner, workout tips

    In today's episode, we recap our highlights from the month of May and a couple of key process improvements we are incorporating into our businesses. For career tips, Tim highlights 3 things to evaluate when deciding the next step of your career. Slager talks about improving your relationship with food and striking a healthy balance on cheat days.

  • Episode 186: A Re-Energizing Productivity Hack, Merging "Struggle and "Gratitude," and 5 Tips for Bulking for "Hard Gainers"

    Episode  |  May 26th, 2022  |  51 mins 4 secs
    fitness, how to write a linkedin profile writing, linkedin profiles, linkedin writing, nutrition, nutrition coaches near me, paulo coehlo, the alchemist, tim ferriss, tips for bulking, tribe of mentors

    In today's episode, Tim provides a new productivity hack he's been trying, while Slager dives into 5 tips on bulking for hard gainers. We end the show with book talk, by analyzing Tim Ferriss' "Tribe of Mentors" and Paulo Coehlo's "The Alchemist."

  • Episode 185: How to Negotiate a Higher Salary in the Interview, Calorie Cycling, and How to Seek Valuable Feedback from Others

    Episode  |  May 5th, 2022  |  1 hr 33 secs

    In today's episode, we recap our Easters and brush up on current events involving Denzel Washington, Will Smith, Johnny Depp, and Jerry West. We then dive into our career/business updates, where Tim describes how to negotiate a higher salary in the interview and Slager discusses calorie cycling. We end the show talking about how to seek valuable feedback from others and defining your own success path.

  • Episode 184: Mark Romera, Spimbey

    Episode  |  May 3rd, 2022  |  1 hr 7 mins
    customized playset, how to be a leader, how to buy a playset, how to run a business, playsets, social skills, spimbey

    Mark Romera is the Founder of Spimbey, a company that is redefining playtime for children through modular, DIY playsets. The mission of his business is to also enable children to play outdoors, live a healthier life, and create meaningful moments. In this interview, Mark discusses the process of starting the business, leadership and business lessons he has learned along the way, and his vision for how playtime and technology interconnect.

    To learn more about Mark and his company, you can visit

  • Episode 183: Exercise Recovery Tips, What to Include in a Resume Header, and How to Effectively Process Your Emotions

    Episode  |  April 20th, 2022  |  1 hr 7 mins
    breathing tips, business consulting, business development tips, business growth, drew brees, emotional intelligence, exercise recovery tips, how to handle emotions

    In today's episode, Slager talks about his experience in hiring a business coach, which leads into a discussion about business development and relationship building. For career and fitness tips, Tim explains how to create a solid resume header, while Slager defines what optimal recovery is. We then end the show with book talk, as Tim highlights "Coming Back Stronger" by Drew Brees, and then Slager recaps Lisa Feldman Barrett's "How Emotions are Made."

  • Episode 182: How to Write the Perfect Thank You Note, Nasal Breathing Tips, and Creating a Solid Foundation for Yourself

    Episode  |  March 23rd, 2022  |  55 mins 20 secs
    breathing tips, exercise, f1 series netflix, golf tips, movement, nasal breathing, nasal breathing tips, nutrition coaching indianapolis, nutrition tips, resume writing, resume writing services, resume writing services indianapolis

    In today's episode, we provide some business and nutrition updates, including a new service that Tim is offering. Slager dives into why nasal breathing is important and some actionable tips for proper breathing. From there, Tim discusses how to write a solid thank you note after an interview, business meeting, or networking event. Lastly, Slager explains how you can create a solid foundation for yourself, reflecting on a devotion called "Safe to Build On."

  • Episode 181: Hal Slager, Commercial Real Estate Professional, CPA, and Member of the Indiana House of Representatives

    Episode  |  March 15th, 2022  |  1 hr 26 mins
    commercial real estate, how to be a politician, how to invest in commercial real estate, how to invest in real estate, politics, residential real estate

    Hal Slager is a Commercial Real Estate Professional, CPA, and Member of the Indiana House of Representatives. Hal was elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 2012, served on the Schererville (IN) Town Council from 2003-2012, and attended Butler University. In this interview, Hal shares the story of his career in sales, accounting and commercial/residential real estate, including the critical lessons he learned along the way.

  • Episode 180: Optimal Fitness Rx Website Launch, How to Build Relationships on LinkedIn, and the Best Way to Approach a Workout

    Episode  |  February 28th, 2022  |  1 hr 2 mins
    fitness coaches near me, how to make a linkedin, how to workout, how to write a resume, linkedin best practices, linkedin tips, nutrition coaches indy, nutrition coaches near me, optimal fitness rx, resume writers indy, resume writers near me, workout tips

    In today's show, Slager announces the launch of his website ( In addition to our business updates, we get into our favorite sections of the books "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" and "How to Win the Sport of Business." Slager provides tip on how to approach a workout, while Tim explains some LinkedIn best practices for relationship building.