Gentlemen, there is so much negativity, hostility, and vitriol in the world today. It’s unfortunate because even in the most difficult of circumstances there is so much to be positive about and grateful for. And, as we look for and embrace those factors, life becomes so much more rewarding and fulfilling.
Today, I am joined by country music artist, Granger Smith (we also talk about his alter-ego, Earl Dibbles, Jr.) to talk gratitude, juggling all of our duties and responsibilities, and attaching the right (and empowering) meaning to events. We also talk about the tragic loss of Granger’s son and how he continues to lead his family through one of the most difficult situations imaginable – losing a child.
“Most people realize there is no such thing as an overnight success.” Tweet That— Granger Smith
Gents, my guest today is an absolutely incredible man. His name is Granger Smith.
He is an extremely successful country music artist, host of the Granger Smith podcast, and co-creator of his alter-ego, Earl Dibbles, Jr., the spokesman for his clothing apparel company Yee Yee Apparel.
I’ve been following Granger for years now and I had always been impressed with his positivity and outlook on life and, after our conversation today, I am even more so. We talk about so much today. His positivity, energy, and excitement for life is infectious and it makes me want to be a better man myself. I think it will for you too.
“The success is happening because of the community that is supporting the artwork we put out.” Tweet That— Granger Smith
- Granger’s new upcoming video
- Benefiting from hard work
- Overcoming negativity
- Developing a successful career
- Managing at a larger level
- Getting asked the right question
- Harnessing social media
- Having a grateful attitude
- Living in the moment
- How to juggle life
- Balancing grief and loss
- The support of a community
- Assigning meaning to your work
- Not taking life too seriously
“I try to paint things with a level of gratefulness. Whether you have highs or lows, you can always be grateful.” Tweet That— Granger Smith
Having men in your corner cannot be overstated. Too many men have decided to walk through life alone and, oftentimes, they’re left feeling frustrated and overwhelmed with all they have to deal with.
But banding with other men doesn’t make you weak or inferior. If anything, it gives you access to the tools and accountability needed to make you stronger. And, with over 800 men inside our exclusive brotherhood, The Iron Council, you are going to find the type of men you need to thrive inside the walls or your home, business, and in your community.
I know a lot of you have been sitting on the fence on the Iron Council so get off the fence and give it a try. Worst case scenario, you don’t find any value and you leave. But I think you’ll find that when you band with us, every facet of your life is going to improve and you’ll only be asking why you didn’t join us sooner.
If you’re interested, head to www.orderofman.com/ironcouncil.
Join our exclusive brotherhood, the Iron Council.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/orderofman
Please leave us a rating and review
Support Order of Man by picking up some new merchandise in our store
Connect with Steven Pressfield