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 154: CashOutJony

    Episode  |  February 2nd, 2021  |  1 hr 29 mins
    aliens, artist, business, community, entrepreneur, music, musician, network, networking, people, rap, rapper, songwriter, ufo, world tour

    Show Description:

    CashOutJony (@CashOutJony) is a musical artist from Indianapolis who belongs to the Camp Ca$h Record Label. In this interview, CashOutJony discusses the important lessons he has learned while navigating through the music industry, how he has grown his brand, and making the most out of your time on earth.

    You can listen to CashOutJony's music on YouTube and Spotify

    Show Highlights:

    4:00-15:00: CashOutJony talks about his background, what motivated him to pursue music, and how he first expanded his personal brand.

    15:00-27:00: CashOutJony explains what differentiates a skilled musical artist from an average artist, how he evolved his music over time, and how he applies continuous improvement to his craft.

    27:00-33:30: CashOutJony discusses networking in the music industry, the importance of keeping quality people around you, and what makes his brand different.

    33:30-56:00: We dive into the concept of escaping the "9 to 5" to create your own world, harnessing energy in the right ways, and how you can invest in yourself to overcome the system.

    56:00-1:03:00: We talk about the importance of this time period, utilizing technology for benefitting the world, and our thoughts on aliens.

    1:03:00-1:16:30: CashOutJony highlights his overall goals with music, life after his career, and his dream collaborations.

    1:16:30-1:27:00: We end the show by asking CashOutJony about his lyrics and vocals processes, biggest obstacles to overcome in the music industry, and how he wants to be remembered.

  • Episode 153: Process Improvement, Key Investment Sectors for 2021, Matthew McConaughey, and Bob Iger

    Episode  |  January 19th, 2021  |  1 hr 7 mins
    5g, bitcoin, bob iger, cross-fit, freelance writing, healthcare, matthew mcconaughey, morgan wallen, nutrition coaching near me, process improvement, resume writers near me, stocks for 2021, technology, time management tips, whole 30

    In today's episode, we provide updates on our businesses and the key process improvements we are making, especially in time management. For Stock Talk, Slager explains his decision to invest in Bitcoin and Tim provides some key stocks to invest in for 5G, Healthcare, and Energy. We end the show in Book Talk by studying the autobiographies of Bob Iger and Matthew McConaughey.

  • Episode #152: Doug Bertram

    Episode  |  January 7th, 2021  |  1 hr 26 mins
    acupuncture, business owner, chiropractic, dry needling, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, health, health and wellness, massage therapy, physical therapy

    Show Description:

    Doug Bertram is the Founder & CEO of Structural Elements (@structuralelements), an orthopedic wellness clinic that delivers meaningful care through a proprietary treatment and contemporary business model approach. Before founding the company in 2006, Doug worked as a massage therapist focused on treating athletic injuries.

    Show Highlights:

    4:15-15:15: Doug provides his background, what motivated him to go to massage school, and the difference between dry needling and acupuncture.
    15:15-28:15: Doug discusses how Structural Elements was formed, why preventative maintenance drives his business, and why he operates a cash practice.
    28:15-47:15: Doug talks about the biggest obstacles he has faced while running his business, what makes his clinic different, and how he maximizes his time as a CEO of a franchise company.
    47:15-59:00: Doug discusses his creative marketing strategy, how he partners with influencers, and how he leverages technology to improve his company's market positioning.
    59:00-1:21:45: Doug recaps the most important thing he has learned through COVID for his business, how he approaches continued education, and how his company approaches nutrition.
    1:21:45: Doug shares his final thoughts and how he wants to be remembered.

  • Episode 151: Virgin Galactic, Boeing, and the Power of a Smile

    Episode  |  December 14th, 2020  |  58 mins 25 secs
    bitcoin, boeing, boeing stock, executive coaching, how to win friends and influence people, ncaa tournament, resume writers near me, resume writing, virgin galactic stock

    In today’s episode, we start the show with our fun conversation, covering topics from questioning if LeBron James was on steroids to Thanksgiving time spent with family. After a little bit of catching up, we get into our current investments. Virgin Galactic has been going up and has a flight launch scheduled this month, and Tim continues his crypto journey as well as looking into Boeing. We briefly discuss international travel in particular with the new COVID vaccine. 

    For our Real Life Experience (RLE) section, Tim covers his new solo entrepreneur business after quitting his job, and Slager brings up the 5 stages of the Emotional Cycles of Change. 

    Finishing with Book Talk, Tim talks about the power of smiling (‘How To Win Friends and Influence People’), whether it’s in person or over the phone. And Slager covers the importance of reading teachings from ‘The Bible’ and how they can relate to everyday life. 

  • Episode 150: Kiel Holman, Strength Coach, Owner of Beyond Strength & Endurance

    Episode  |  November 20th, 2020  |  52 mins 23 secs
    beyond strength and endurance, cross-fit, hiel holman, strength coach, strength coaching near me

    Kiel Holman (@kpholman19) is a strength coach and the owner of Beyond Strength & Endurance. In this interview, Kiel talks about his fitness journey, the ins and outs of strength coaching, and CrossFit's impact on his business.

    You can learn more about Kiel and his business at

  • Episode 149: Resume and Nutrition Coaching Ventures, Tela Bio and PayPal, Creative Disruption

    Episode  |  November 11th, 2020  |  55 mins 23 secs
    bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, ethereum, how to write a resume, nutrition coaches near me, nutrition coaching, paypal, resume building, tela bio, why nations fail

    In today's episode, we return to the microphones to provide updates on our resume writing and nutritional coaching ventures. For stock talk, we cover companies like Tela Bio and PayPal, including a quick analysis of Bitcoin and Ethereum cryptocurrencies.

  • Episode 148: Dr. Christopher Owens

    Episode  |  October 30th, 2020  |  1 hr 27 mins
    business owner, cbd, chiropractor, chiropractors in indianapolis, entrepreneurship, marine corps, marine veteran, marines, military, simplinano, veteran

    Dr. Christopher Owens is a Chiropractor, Marine Veteran, Owner of Premiere Performance Method, and Founding Affiliate of Simplinano. He served in the Marine Corps Infantry from 2003-2011, studied to be a Chiropractor from 2015-2018, and founded his business to help provide meaningful care to others.

    In this interview, Dr. Owens explains his motivation to join the military, the key lessons he learned for his personal life and business, his passion to become a chiropractor and business owner, and the important information he learned along the way.

  • Episode 147: Monica Hilton

    Episode  |  September 3rd, 2020  |  50 mins 28 secs
    accountability, crossfit, entrepreneur, gym, gym owner, health and fitness, healthy lifestyle, wellness
  • Episode 146

    Episode  |  August 13th, 2020  |  1 hr 1 min
    discipline, freedom, nutrition coaching, nutrition coaching near me, resume writing services near me, stock, stock talk, stocks to buy now

    In today's episode, we provide our professional updates in real estate and marketing. Tim discusses getting back into the resume writing game and Slager talks about his change in focus toward growing his business.

    In the book talk section, Slager discusses why he is starting Jocko Willink's "Discipline Equals Freedom." Tim ends the show by talking about what holds us back from success, analyzing Napoleon Hill's "Outwitting the Devil."

  • Episode 145: Alexa Green, FOX59/CBS4 Morning News Reporter

    Episode  |  July 30th, 2020  |  1 hr 16 mins
    cbs, cbs4, fox, fox59, media, media reporter, morning news, morning news reporter, news anchor, public speaking, syracuse

    Alexa Green (@alexagreennews) is a morning news reporter for FOX59/CBS4 since June 2019. Before moving to the Indianapolis area from New Jersey, she was a reporter for Spectrum News in Binghamton and Syracuse, NY.

    In this interview, Alexa talks about navigating through the media industry, how she made the most out of the transition from New Jersey to Indiana, how she continuously improves her craft, and the daily life of a morning news reporter.

  • Episode 144: Quality Stock Characteristics, Nutrition Coaching Ventures, Productivity and Decision Making Tips, and Harry Potter Lessons

    Episode  |  July 21st, 2020  |  53 mins 40 secs
    80/20 principle, decision making tips, harry potter, investing tips, nba bubble, nutrition coaching, nutrition coaching near me, remote work tips, stock tips, virgin galactic holdings, working remotely

    In today's episode, we provide our weekend update, NBA bubble thoughts, and stock talk, where we give the key characteristics we look for in the companies we invest in.

    For the real-life experience section of today's episode, Slager discusses his experience with his first nutrition patient. Tim explains some behavioral changes he is implementing to be more productive.

    For book talk, Tim discusses Richard Koch's "80/20 Principle" and how we can use them to make better decisions. Slager also highlights the personal leadership lessons we can take from Harry Potter.

  • Episode 12: Episode 143: Stock Picks of the Week, How to Influence by Remembering Names, and The Value of Prioritizing and Executing

    Episode  |  July 17th, 2020  |  1 hr 11 mins
    barstool sports, best stocks to invest in, gopro, how to influence people, how to win friends, jocko willink, moderna stock, real estate, sports media industry, stock talk, tencent, tencent stock, tim ferriss, virgin galactic holdings

    In today's episode, we talk about 3 stocks we bought this week that could provide substantial returns in the next decade, related to technology and space. We also discuss Will and Jada Smith, Barstool's value to the sports media industry, and our GoPro video camera update.

    In real-life experience, we each provide our real estate development updates, parental relationship follow-ups, and Slager talks about how he is preparing for his first nutrition clients. For book talk, Slager discusses what you can do when you forget someone's name, and Tim explains what it truly means to prioritize and execute.

  • Episode 142: How Learning Physically Changes the Brain, Finding People's High-Yield Needs, and Stock Picks of the Week

    Episode  |  July 9th, 2020  |  1 hr 1 min
    action selling, brain rules, duane sparks, how to invest, how to invest in the stock market, learning, nfl contracts, nutrition coaches near me, nutrition coaching near me, patrick mahomes, real estate, real estate training, stock market tips, stocks to buy for covid, stocks to buy right now, wholesale real estate

    Today, we recap our episode with Traci Smith (Fitness Coordinator at USF), our 4th of July, and Patrick Mahomes' massive NFL contract.

    For real-life experience, Slager dives into his latest updates with real estate relationship building and training and his first client for his nutrition business. Tim talks about redefining his relationship with social media and networking and how it ties into educating people about the stock market.

    In the book talk section of today's episode, Slager explains how to figure out someone's "high-yield" needs, and Tim discusses how our brains change physically after learning new information.

  • Episode 141: Traci Smith, Fitness Coordinator at the University of South Florida

    Episode  |  July 7th, 2020  |  1 hr 4 mins
    coordinator, fitness, fitness coordinator jobs, fitness coordinator tips, nutrition, nutrition and fitness, power lifters, power lifting, powerlifters, powerlifting, south florida, university of south florida, usf, usf fitness

    Traci Smith (@tesmith27) is the Fitness Coordinator at the University of South Florida. She is responsible for all fitness and training programs and equipment management at the university, while also performing research under Dr. Bill Campbell, in the area of Exercise Science.

    In this interview, Traci talks about the critical elements of an optimal university fitness program, key lessons in leadership through her experiences at Butler/Purdue/USF, and the relationship between nutrition, fitness, and body composition.

  • Episode 140: How to Focus on Winning Your Current Battles, Pushing Through Your Low Points, Optimal Fitness Rx Update, and Weekly Stock Picks

    Episode  |  June 30th, 2020  |  1 hr 10 mins
    bible quotes, cbd near me, health coaching near me, how to win the sport of business, mark cuban quotes, nanotechnology, optimal fitness rx, simplinano cbd, stock picks

    In today's episode, we dive into our weekend recap, stock market updates and weekly picks, and Simplinano CBD. Tim Talks about how he is overcoming one of his weaknesses, which is helping him win his current battles. Slager analyzes a section of the Bible on how to approach the tough times in your career. Slager also provides a quick update on his health coaching business, Optimal Fitness Rx, as well as a prime real estate opportunity that he is looking into.

  • Episode 139: Father's Day Recap, Golf Course Networking, Sales and Marketing Optimization, and Showing Up for Life

    Episode  |  June 26th, 2020  |  46 mins 9 secs
    business owner, changemaker john berardi recap, chaz zones, chop zones, father's day, golf course, golf course marketing, how to push through struggles, mental health awareness, mental health tips, networking, self struggles, stock talk

    After recapping our Father's Day, CHOP/CHAZ zones, and stock talk for the week, we dive into some critical personal anecdotes about dealing with self struggles. Tim also shared how he used networking to his advantage at the golf course last weekend, which led to an exciting new marketing project. In the book talk section, we discuss how you can marry sales and marketing to optimize your business, and then explain what it means to "show up" in life.