Men, as you’re thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions, it’s easy to become trapped in day-dreaming . So many men look forward to what they want to accomplish but rarely do they calculate the plan to achieve their objectives and, most importantly, take the actions necessary.
Today, I am joined by former Army Ranger and founder of Bare Performance Nutrition, Nick Bare. We discuss removing ego from the equation, looking at life as a series of “sprints,” managing expectations with important people in your life, keeping yourself from becoming resentful and callused towards others, and the power of “forward thinking and backward planning.”
“I thrive off other people’s fire and passion.” Tweet That— Nick Bare
My guest today is former Army Ranger, Nick Bare. Nick is the founder of the hugely successful company, Bare Performance Nutrition, which he started in college, built through military deployment, and has since turned into a multiple 8-figure nutrition company.
I’m inspired by Nick especially as he successfully navigates running his company, taking care of his mental, emotional, and physical health, and becoming a father for the first time. Nick is using his passion for exercise and nutrition to improve people’s lives through sports performance, his content online, his book (25 Hours a Day) and speaking engagements, and embodying the type of person others can look up to and learn from.
“I’m always forward thinking, and then backwards planning.” Tweet That— Nick Bare
- Men bond over working hard
- Getting started now
- The importance of having a vision for your business, family, and life
- The importance of delegation in a growing business
- Finding your identity outside of your business
- Backward planning your legacy
- Getting buy-in from your wife when you are “sprinting” in the business
- Why fitness is non-negotiable
- Considering how your goals can impact others
- Building mass and running
- Is there a time when enough is enough
Do You Have a Band of Brothers?
You all know having men in your corner is crucial. I haven’t met too many men who don’t believe that’s the case. Why then does it seem as if few men have other male friends in their lives.
Is it because we’re busy? Is it because we don’t know where to turn to find strong men to band with? Is it because even if we do, it’s hard to broach crucial topics that can serve us well?
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