In This Episode:
This week the guys sit down with Mitch Bahr. In 1984, Mitch was 11 when he hears a live performance of “Rhapsody in Blue” as part of the 1984 Olympic Opening Ceremonies. In that moment, he felt like music needed to be a part of his life. Now, almost 40 years later, music is an integral part of Mitch’s incredibly rich life. In his time with Mike and Tyler, Mitch shares his journey and the lessons that life has taught him along the way. The result is an incredible episode with an incredible guy who would be nothing without his incredible wife, Carmen. You think you have a great “How you met your spouse” story? Wait until you hear Mitch’s. And let’s get one thing straight… Mitch teaches more than just music. He invests in people and great music happens as a by-product. Class is in session here as he gives a master class about being centered on what’s important, being content, what it means to be truly successful, the importance of empathy, that “faith is not a fortune cookie”, and so much more. Mitch Bahr, thanks for showing up the way you did. Thank you for living life the way that you do and for showing us all how to do it right. Keep going!
Who Said It…
- “All the voices from above sweetly whisper God is love.” –Hymn “God is Love”
- “I believe that in his justice and mercy, [Jesus Christ] will give us the maximum reward for our acts, give us all that he can give, and in the reverse, I believe that he will impose upon us the minimum penalty which it is possible for him to impose.” – J. Reuben Clark, Jr.
- “Comparison is the thief of joy.” -Theodore Roosevelt
- RMIT Episode #43: Troy Blanchard-“Choose Your Own Adventure”
- 1984 Olympics Opening Ceremonies “Rhapsody in Blue”
- Biola University
- Mitch’s music program at Foothill High School
- LA Gear
- La La Land
- Little Country Church in Redding, CA.
- Valley Christian Fellowship in Anderson, CA.
- KVIP Radio
- RMIT Episode #11: Steven Mitchell-“Time Slowed Sweet”
- Romans 1
- Mitch Bahr-2016 California Teacher of the Year
- “Lingus” by Snarky Puppy