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 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.

  • Episode 179: Charity Golden, Certified Magnetic Mind Coach, Certified Recovery/Mental Health Specialist, and Founder of Magical YOUniverse Coaching

    Episode  |  February 24th, 2022  |  1 hr 2 mins
    entrepreneurship, how to start a coaching business, how to start a mental health coaching business, magnetic mind coach, mental health, mental health specialist, small business owner

    Charity Golden is a Certified Magnetic Mind Coach, Certified Recovery/Mental Health Specialist, and Founder of Magical YOUniverse Coaching. Through emotional techniques, conscious training, and mental health coaching, Charity helps her clients live their best life and shift into a "creator" mindset. In this interview, Charity discusses how she found this path, how we can overcome our self-limitations, and redirect our energy in positive ways.

    To learn more about Charity, you can visit her through the following avenues:

    Facebook Page:

  • Episode 178: Training Your Mind Effectively, How to Set a Solid Daily Schedule, Eating Right at Night, and Quick Tips on Better Decision Making

    Episode  |  February 13th, 2022  |  53 mins 39 secs
    cover letter tips, healthy carb tips, how to make better decisions, how to relieve stress, how to train your mind, how to write a cover letter, how to write a resume, mental health tips, utah vacations, what to eat before bed

    In today's episode, we discuss strategies on how to maximize your day, eat right at night, and make better decisions. We also highlight how to write an effective cover letter and train your mind to realize your full potential.

  • Episode 177: Mike Reynolds, Founder and CEO of InnovateMap

    Episode  |  February 10th, 2022  |  54 mins 26 secs
    business owner, ceo tips, company culture, how to become a ceo, how to start a business, innovatemap, saas businesses, software business, team leadership

    Mike Reynolds is the CEO and founder of Innovatemap, a digital and product agency that provides solutions to firms in the form of market research, strategy, product marketing, product management, and design and user experience. With over 20 years of experience in product management, user experience, and product marketing, Mike joins us to discuss the motivation behind his company, how he establishes an innovative culture, and key lessons he has learned along the way.

  • Episode 176: International Best Selling Author, Serial Entrepreneur, Former Marine, and Co-Host of the "Warrior's Voice" Podcast

    Episode  |  January 20th, 2022  |  52 mins 13 secs
    entrepreneur, how to start a business, marine, off the dome radio podcast, veteran owned businesses, warrior's voice podcast

    Zachary Green is an International Best Selling Author, Serial Entrepreneur, Former Marine, and Co-Host of the "Warrior's Voice" podcast. In this interview, Zachary talks about the process of building a $30 million company called LumAware Safety, the critical business lessons he learned along the way, and how to navigate through uncertainty.

    To learn more about Zachary, you can visit his website

  • Episode 175: Becoming a Better Written Communicator, Where to Start with Healthy Eating, Being an Effective Teacher, and the True Meaning Behind Marketing and Sales

    Episode  |  January 14th, 2022  |  1 hr 11 mins
    business development, content development, healthy eating tips, how to be a better written communicator, how to have difficult conversations, marketing, movement, relationship building, resume tips, sales

    In today's episode, we provide updates on our businesses and content distribution. Tim discusses how you can become a better written communicator, while Slager highlights the importance of being objective with your business.

  • Episode 174: Sarah Wells, Brand Strategist, Designer, and Owner of Swell Design

    Episode  |  January 6th, 2022  |  53 mins 14 secs
    brand storytelling, brand strategist, branding, digital marketing, marketing tips, small business owner

    Sarah Wells is a designer, brand strategist, and owner of Swell Design (, a company that provides high-quality, strategic design, and branding for entrepreneurs and small business owners. In this interview, Sarah describes the process of leaving corporate life to start her business, key lessons she has learned along the way, and how she elevates brands in a meaningful way.

    To learn more about Sarah, you can visit her website at

  • Episode 173: Art Locke, Investor, CPA, and Founder of Locke Advisory Services

    Episode  |  December 31st, 2021  |  1 hr 4 mins
    cryptocurrency, entrepreneur, how to invest, how to start a business, investing advice, investing tips, locke advisory services, tax planning, us dollar, wealth management

    Art Locke (@financegolfer) is an investor, CPA, and Founder of Locke Advisory Services, a firm dedicated to wealth management, financial planning, and tax strategy. Previously, Art served in an executive capacity for 5 publicly-traded companies, including Chief Financial Officer of 3. In 2006, Art was a top-five finalist for the 2006 Greater Washington Technology Council Public Company CFO of the Year. He also served in an advisory capacity to several private companies and their owners. He started his career working for 2 of the world's largest CPA firms. Art received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from American University with a double major in accounting and computer systems.

    In this interview, Art describes the process of leaving corporate life to start his own business. He also provides meaningful financial advice for professionals of all ages. To learn more about Art, you can visit his website at

  • Episode 172: Nick Carter, Co-Founder and CEO of Market Wagon

    Episode  |  December 23rd, 2021  |  1 hr 14 mins
    agriculture, agriculture tips, business owner, farmers, how to scale a business, indiana farmers, market wagon, off the dome radio, off the dome radio podcast

    Nick Carter is the Co-Founder and CEO of Market Wagon, an online marketplace that connects food consumers directly with local farmers and artisans. Nick started his first business at the age of 16. In the two decades since then, he has founded or co-founded over half-a-dozen companies in technology and food sectors. He’s a fourth-generation Indiana farmer passionate about using innovation to re-connect “Agri” and “Culture." Nick is also the author of “More than a Mile: What America Needs from Local Food," as well as the host of his podcast "More Than a Mile."

    In this interview, Nick talks about the concept behind his business, as well as the alternative solution it provides for farmers and consumers. Nick also dives into the leadership lessons he has learned along the way.

    To learn more about Nick and his business, you can visit the website at

  • Episode 171: The Story Behind Sun King Brewing Company (Co-Founders Dave Colt and Clay Robinson)

    Episode  |  December 6th, 2021  |  1 hr 22 mins
    beer industry, clay robinson, dave colt, entrepreneurship, how to run a brewery, how to start a brewery, how to start a business, sun king beer, sun king brewing, sunking beer, sunking brewing

    Dave Colt and Clay Robinson are the co-founders and co-CEOs of Sun King Brewing Company (@sunkingbrewing), the largest brewing company in Indianapolis. The company was founded in 2009 and won 29 medals at the Great American Beer Festival. In this interview, Dave and Clay tell the story about how Sun King was created, their motivation to start the company, and the life lessons they learned along the way.

  • Episode 170: Rachel Priddy, Founder/Owner of Rose & Lois Coffee

    Episode  |  November 29th, 2021  |  1 hr 9 mins
    business owner, business tips, coffee shops carmel, coffee shops fishers, coffee shops near me, coffee shops noblesville, entrepreneurship, how to start a business, rose & lois coffee

    Rachel Priddy is the founder and owner of Rose & Lois (@roseandlois), a coffee shop located in Carmel, Indiana. Rose & Lois is not your average coffee shop as it includes a drive-thru, back patio, kid area, four mobile espresso bars, and a full menu with exciting drinks. In this interview, Rachel highlights the process of starting her business, the obstacles she had to overcome, and how she is constantly innovating as an entrepreneur.

    To learn more about Rachel and her business, you can visit the website at

  • Episode 169: Healthy Thanksgiving Eating Tips, Documenting and Communicating Your Value, Passing on Learning Experiences to Others, and How to Give and Receive Healthy Criticism

    Episode  |  November 24th, 2021  |  50 mins 33 secs
    healthy eating tips, mobility coaches indy, mobility coaches near me, nutrition coaches near me, resume writers indy, resume writers near me, rose & lois coffee shop, small business owner, small business tips, sun king brewing company, thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving! In today's episode, we give a quick update on our businesses, Thanksgiving plans, and the projects we are currently working on. Slager provides some healthy eating tips for this week, while Tim dives into how you can meaningfully record and communicate your value to your peers. We end the show by analyzing two of our favorite books, "Psychology of Persuasion" and "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff."