LAMS Podcast Ep 011-What Business School Didn’t Teach Me With Antonio Centeno
In this interview of the Life After Military, I discuss with Michael Ragland my transition from the Marine Corps to the style business – Real Men Real Style.
We discuss what signals you’re sending when you’re dressing up – what a smart man looks like. I also discuss my background – from where I grew up and starting A Tailored Suit back in 2007.
I also discuss why I transitioned from taking new customers on A Tailored Suit to teaching people about style. We talk about the how I built my business and how I help people with the content I put out.
I also talk about my position in the Marine Corps, what I did and how I transitioned in the civilian world. By listening to this podcast – you will learn more about what my biggest fear was when I left the military. We discuss the importance of hard work to be able to do what you’re passionate about.
I also share my proudest achievement in the military and my awesome new website and podcast High Speed Low Drag.
- “I try to be the best in the world.”
- “For people who are starting in the military – make sure to find mentors. Find people who you can go to and seek advice from to inspire you”
- “You’ve got to put the time and the effort – You need to put in 10,000 hours!”
- “The advantage that we, veterans have – we don’t give up. we work hard. we know what it’s like to go through adversity.”