In this interview, I talk with Courtney Wesh of The Influence Insider.
We talked about my background as a Marine and how I transitioned into entrepreneurship and mentoring other military veterans.
I shared about my journey to become an authority in my chosen field by setting systems in place.
To help in the transition of other military veterans, I collaborated with my fellow veterans-turned-entrepreneurs John Lee Dumas and Tom Morkes to create High Speed Low Drag.
Looking back at my transition, I can say that my turning point was realizing that a 4th grade tailor could do such a great thing and so could I. I modeled the self-education system of America’s founding fathers such as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson and took the path of becoming a men’s style expert.
Being surrounded by great people who can mentor you is important in a business. Building relationships is the number one factor in achieving success.
Lessons from this interview:
“Dress for success. You are going to feel a bit more successful.”
“You start doing things the right way because you surround yourself with people that push you to.”
“Research qualified coaches who are successful business people.”