American Warrior & The Daily Male
Sunday, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The Daily Male
Sunday, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Throughout the ages, coaches have had a special relationship with their charges. Disciplines ranging from military to academic to athletic have all provided platforms for developing males to bond with their mentors.
Over the last four decades, there has been a slow but sure disconnect between young men and good coaching. This phenomenon does not relate to specific areas of concern like athletics, academics or military. However, in general, American males are no longer being guided by basic principles which need to be coached each and every day.
These simple but important concepts include but are not limited to
- Adherence to The Golden Rule
- Self Respect/Self Discipline: To Thine Own Self Be True
- Love and respect for competition.
About Ben Buehler Garcia
Ben Buehler-Garcia is a 34 year resident of Tucson. He first came to Tucson in order to attend the University of Arizona where he earned a degree in Public Administration with a Criminal Justice minor.
Ben has 25 years professional experience in Economic & Community development, serving 9 years in a management role at the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.
For the last 16 years he has been self-employed, providing Economic & Community Development Planning, Small Business Advocacy and Non-Profit Consulting Services.
A firm believer in volunteerism and community engagement, he has been recognized with the Copper Cactus Award for Community service for his role with organizations such as the United Way, Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation, the Arizona Children’s Foundation and the Tucson Community Cares Foundation.
He also volunteered 9 years with the City of Tucson Industrial Development Authority Board of Directors and 2 years as a member of the City of Tucson Economic and Workforce Development Selection Committee. For the past 9 years he has also served as Executive Director of the Stand Up for Kids Tucson Chapter, an all-volunteer organization working with homeless teens and street kids.