Podcast Overview

Sixteen years ago, Andy Frisella, “The MFCEO,” and his business partner, Chris, started a company called Supplement Superstores with $12,000 they earned from striping the stripes on parking lots and now do annually over $100 million a year in business.  He started this podcast basically for three reasons.

  •      To mentor people who don't have mentors
  •      To motivate people in a real authentic way
  •      Because he has a passion for motivating and helping people

Andy’s main motivation here is to help people realize what it takes to A) be successful. B) stay self motivated and C) hopefully for people to give back to others as well.

Honor those who have sacrificed.  Be great.

The brave men and women of our military have made incredible sacrifices for our freedom.  Andy Frisella says that "In America, you have an obligation to be successful. Honor our vets by choosing to be great."  This is a special, shortened episode of The MFCEO Project podcast - to celebrate the 4th of July, honor our vets, and motivate us to realize our potential.

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