Undefeated Podcast

“When you’re GOOD at something, you’ll tell everyone. When you’re GREAT at something, they’ll tell you.”

–Walter Payton, Chicago Bears –

Learn, discover and create the mindset needed to overcome obstacles in your life with Undefeated. Hear Devon Still’s personal selection of his interviews with celebrities, thought-leaders, best-selling authors, as well as individuals who have overcome life’s toughest obstacles. All designed to help inspire you to knock down those walls and jump over those hurdles standing in between where you are now and where you want to be.

Nelba Marquez-Greene: Stuck In The Middle

On December 14, 2012, the unimaginable happened when a 20 year-old gunman shot and killed 20 first graders and 6 employees at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. One of the lives lost that day belonged to 6 and a half year-old Ana Grace. Ana's mom, Nelba, shares why it's okay to experience grief (or being in the middle as she refers to it) and how faith, love, and compassion can help you become Undefeated.[
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Rob Long: From Kicking Footballs To Kicking Cancer

From the moment Rob Long stepped on Syracuse University's Campus, he had immediate success. He was named to the Freshman All-America Team by Sporting News and College Sports Report. After becoming a 3-time All Big East Selection, he went into his senior year as one of the top punters in college football and a sureshot for the 2011 NFL Draft. All he had to do was stay healthy. But after his
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Curtis “Wall Street” Carrol: Trapped Physically But Free Mentally

Curtis"Wall Street" Carroll grew up in what can be considered ground zero of the crack epidemic; Oakland, California. His dad was absent for most of his life while his mom was addicted to crack cocaine. Without any guidance, Wall Street got caught up in California's gang life at the young age of 12. That lifestyle led to him going multiple sentences in juvenile detention centers and eventually led him to
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Matt Hoffman: More Than Just A Race

Matt Hoffman is one of the few people in the world to complete the Race Across America, a 3,000 mile bike marathon going from California to Maryland. After years of living a double life, Matt Hoffman's life came crashing down which led to thoughts of committing suicide. To get him out of this dark place, he decided to challenge himself to the marathon to see what he had deep down inside.
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Sgt. Jose Luis Sanchez: Still Standing

Retired Marine Staff Sergeant Jose Luis Sanchez didn't set out to be a role model. He started working out just so he could feel like himself again after he stepped on an IED during a tour in Afghanistan in 2011 left him with an amputated left leg and injured right calf and hamstring. Seven years later, after battling depression, anxiety and even thoughts of death, he is inspiring millions after completing
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Brandon Novak: How Did I End Up Here?

Devon sits down with Brandon Novak, a professional skateboarder, New York Times Bestseller and Tv star, to talk about the lessons he's learned from his battle with heroin, why success on paper doesn't mean success internally, and how you can overcome addiction. By the age of 15, Brandon was one of the most popular athletes in the world. He was the youngest skateboarder to sign to gatorade, he traveled the world
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