Yahoo recently named The MFCEO Project the #1 podcast that "every entrepreneur should listen to. Beating out perennial contenders like The Tim Ferriss Show and The Smart Passive Income Podcast, The MFCEO Project won the top spot because, according to Yahoo, "[Andy Frisella] mixes a variety of content on the show...but most importantly, [he provides] tons of practical how-to knowledge that entrepreneurs can use in every area of business."
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1. THE MFCEO PROJECT
Andy Frisella is the founder and CEO of a number of nutrition, supplement and fitness companies. Like many entrepreneurs, he started from scratch with limited capital, but he put in the time and effort to master his industry. He now makes millions each year through his vertically integrated supply chain.
In Frisella’s podcast, he cuts through the excuses that hold many entrepreneurs back and teaches people to focus on results and owning their journey. He mixes in a variety of content on the show, including interviews with high performers, Q&A sessions, inspirational episodes where he explains how people can hold themselves accountable to their success and, most importantly, tons of practical how-to knowledge that entrepreneurs can use in every area of business.
How many people do you know who won't go out to try that one thing because they're scared of failing...
If I had to guess...
I'm sure you know quite a few.
I do too.
It's not uncommon to fear failure...
I truly believe that self-belief is one of the most powerful tools we all have access to.
The problem is, most people see belief as this magical entity that comes and goes at random.
The truth is, we manufacture our own self-belief.
It's through this manufactured self-belief that we're able to go out and accomplish amazing things in our lives...
We've all heard the saying "fake it till you make it."
They say if you make a conscious effort to be something you aren't ... eventually you'll become that person.
That's not how it works.
Pretending to be something you aren't is always a losing strategy...