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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Three women in my life. Those are family members. You'll get a lot of experience on the road corey driving with amazon on the road. What's that experience been like. Do you truly do think women are as decisive behind the fucking wheel as because at the at the end of the day people say you've got to be defensive. No you have to be decisive. If you're going to speed up fucking speedup don't speed up slow down speed up slow down no be decisive. Do you think women are as decisive by the wheels man. I don't know if i've ever really thought about that statement. Oh god you know what i do know though is you're a fucking maniac driver. I do what i am is. I'm ray great so you break check in a parking garage not an old woman. It may have been a woman that i thought was a man. That's her problem not mine. You know you can blame her parents for that those fucking genetics. I thought it was a man but either way. There was no collision. There was no collision et or pats. That's or whatever you wanna call. It was up on me and i fucking break sector. There was no collision. It was a decisive move. Everything came. It was a very decisive it was nice to have you ever seen me do a three point turn. I know i'm saying introducing. That's why you've never seen it takes in in traffic of senior. Some do some amazing parking to john's so i'll give you very decisive driver. The very outset parallel parking unparalleled drive very fast but very decisive lead foot great top mccray great. How many okay last question how many tickets has john fosko speeding tickets guy and his life listen estimate over over under ten speeding as a result of decisive driving sometimes when people are putting you in endanger.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Sprint and remember, there are no trading fees. So because there are two of us not three. Unfortunately, I know you guys are sad. You're not going to get a program from today. You're not gonna step into FOSS goes world directly. You will not be taken. To Cory Gregory time. But we promise you. We'll do one up. We will bring you a fire main event and the main event starts now. So mo- when I first brought up reading between the lines to you. And how it applies to business and how it applies to life. Give the listener a little idea of what struck you first. Okay. What struck me? I when you said it. I thought about the recent book that I listened to all right value and our rate, obviously ram Bridgewater, which is one of the largest hedge funds, I guess ever in the world. And one thing he talked about was having hard conversations fats, and a think that that is kind of like people's inability to have a har- conversations as as sort of to hide what they really want to talk about our there intimidation of talking about what they really want to talk about when they're basically going back and forth with somebody where they're talk business rather just talking about the that the relationships are whatever it may be I think that that hit an element of not being able to have heart. Our stations FAZ is what requires you to basically listen to us not being spoken between two people. And I just thought to myself, you know, when I when I spoke yesterday about a guy recently approached me about getting into into business with him. Right. And when a guy was getting aren't talking about getting into business with him. He kept on talking about the the highlights of his business in all of the. Accolades, and all of the reasons why be with him and how great and sophisticated in. And then how beautiful as business was. But what he wasn't saying of the hardest was about his failures numbers that he wasn't talking about. And there was information that I was pertinent that. He basically wasn't flushing out. A when I kind of get there from basically me sort of paying attention to what wasn't spoken, and I wouldn't basically listen to his body language. Of course. I kinda got the answers. I was looking for and being as you brought it up again think about hey, that's the way that do everything, you know, typically with somebody says to me a fake just kinda like entertainment and jousting between two people going back and forth. But I always get the storyline at my head of what somebody is really saying to me. And that's basically what comes up, and you know, and put pass it back to you just let you voted. Well, you go ahead. No. I mean, I think you you strike on a great point that connects to this. We're gonna go in a lot of different directions. But so reading between the lines, right? So it sounds like you had a situation. And I know I've been in these situations where everyone's heard this this statement, right? If it sounds too good to be true. It is. So any listener if anybody has been faced with a situation like MO or situations like I've been faced with where somebody is describing a scenario that sounds so beneficial that sounds so fantastic. That sounds so profitable. You have to ask yourself. What aren't they saying? Why why am I I always run this? Why am I so special? What makes John Fosko so special that you wanna bring this opportunity that only apparently has upside to me what? Why have I won the lottery of.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Yeah. Common. Bond dot CO Fortas. Biceps go there today. It's back to. Move onto the last topic or the main topic, I guess which John Fosko brought up before got on air about how nobody really cares when it comes down to it that it's really on yourself. And that you just need to know that. Yeah. Man. Man, I was talking to guys this weekend and kind of drilling me with questions, and I don't know how it came rung drilling John with questions, but they were I don't want to take away from those guys. The else fucking around they were focused on on business. So what I would say, I don't know what brought it out of me. But I came to point where I was guys you got to understand like, nobody cares about in the form of business. Nobody cares about me. And what I'm going to achieve and the money. I'm gonna make and and my goals in my note. Nobody cares about me. But I'm totally fine with that. And I accept that. And I'm at peace with that. There's this there's this con- conscious or subconscious thought that a lot of people have that people should care. Well, maybe they should. But it doesn't change the fact that they don't, and if you don't understand in this world and in this game that everything from start to finish is gonna be on you you're gonna fail. You're going to be. A God damn failure. And it's like if you think that okay? Well, I gotta take myself from zero to hero. And if I do get help along the way if someone does care to help me and business, which they're not gonna but if they do I got lucky then you're conditioning yourself for warfare. And that's how I always this is warfare in. I got to go fucking get through the fucking battlefield without getting killed in an I ain't got a gun or behind me. Right. I gotta go do it myself. And I think the moral of my story to them was. I know nobody cares about me. And my goals. But dude, that's fine. That's what this game is. And they're looking at me like it couldn't be congratulated. Like put to teamwork teamwork. We're working as as a team. But when it's about the individual that teammate, yours cares about himself. So team can accomplish a goal to gather. But each individual is out for number one. And guess what? I don't blame them. I don't fucking blame them because I didn't consider a lot anybody. I'm for number one. I'm gonna win and I'm not gonna stop winning when the body of works done. You're not sitting there with all your friends. It's on you..

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"john fosko" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"But I asked the guys question, I said, Cory, Gregory John Fosko, ninety percent of businesses go out of business according to Forbes, ninety percent of businesses fail. Why do you think that is in what can the listeners do about it? I thought it was a a question that that could be answered with a certain directness and candor that maybe only they could provide, but the answers that they provided were more real in more raw than. Than perhaps any other answer I've ever heard in the history of the show. So I'd like to get your take on this question before we get to there take. Why do most businesses failed actors nine at a ten fail in what can the listeners out there do about it? 'cause they don't have a business coach. They don't have the roadmap to success and unfortunately, it's like a chain and you you need about, let's say we teach in our in person workshops about we have thirteen different topics we talk about. And if one of those is not there or is very weak when there's just a little bit attention on that chain, it breaks. So you have to have each one of them rock solid strong to have successful business and what are what are those thirteen clay will just some of the things we talk about it, our conferences, but you've got branding, you've gotta get your branding marketing, marketing, accounting. I talked hiring firing. I just talked to a lady today with a multi million dollar company. I got something her payroll. For the last month is off by so much. It's almost sixty percent more than the budget. So the manager knows what the budget is yet. Her manager, this is a lady owns a very successful company. And in the last month, her manager ran up her payroll by sixty percent, double staffing, Craig's all the time and the excuse that was shared by this. This lady, she was wanting feedback undies skews, put the issue as she said, I just got really busy in hadn't looked at my numbers for the past three months. Yeah, that's you've got to know your numbers. You've got another cost of goods. You got a price them. You've got to know what your competitors are doing. I mean, there's so many different parts of having a successful working on the business part. Right? And we teach you all the systems. Coach helps hold you accountable. But let's say that you're in need of kind of like a verbal sort of like a whiplash today. You're like. I just I just need somebody to book to get out of nice five gallon drum of whoop ace, and I just want him to open it up, cracking open and let me have it. Well, my friends you are in luck back to our exclusive interview with Cory Gregory and John Fosko check check, check it out. Maybe. Alaikum..

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"How you should just fucking operate what's expected of you how they do it school and honestly these are things that i think you can apply just in everyday life ain't that the truth john fosko hey i think it's the truth i think conceptually everything you're saying sounds fantastic i can't wait to get into this syphilis my friend hemmer's clad how you doing today i'm doing great hey he's dressed up to the nine joining he's looking super important in here in the office i can't wait to i was so super port before came to go to a meeting that caused me to put on dress that caused me to address close so i didn't have time to go home and change this is business and biceps marissa's by sets early like busting out of this white shirt so it's like it's almost not fair because i'm supposed to be the excise guy all right so here's the thing i sit on the list to the guys earlier today and i think that there's so many young business people in older souls like as like the call it listen to the podcast and i'm gonna give some real good takeaways on kind of what we look like look at as employers in entrepreneurs in one of them is one of the things i think that is maybe not taken at with as important as it should and really start out with just being on time and here's all wanna start the conversation john if you're working with somebody that on the regular is just not on time or doesn't value the time that you have set for them to be there for a project or for a daily thing what how do you react or how do you feel when that keeps happening.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"So your risk can look i see john fosko i think this topic today is probably one of the ones that were most passionate about because we know motherfuckers are getting ripped off out there and i know you seen it firsthand so what i'd like to do is because you've been added entrepreneurship program like inperson recently in love to have it comes start with you and then i think recent i got plenty of stuff to complement was your sure so what i would say is i would like to champion a paradigm shift in thinking for for students so whether you you're in middle school high school college you are being paid for the school is being paid for each and every one of you whether you are paying it your parents are paying it or the tax payer as an allocated amount per per student that the school is getting so you are in theory a customer and in theory the the business is the school so i want you to look at how your heat your talk to you how your advisers advise you in how everything works because when you are paying you deserve service in return now i do understand that they're trying to teach you social skills and out of becomes i guess let's let's shift that to irish occasion high school in college so if you take that theory and apply it and i think it's a very valid fucking theory and you hear teachers that say oh you want to know about this go to the guidance counselor you talk to the guidance counselor oh you want to know no more about this go do that it's like no no no no rule number one in business if you have a customer that needs something right literally like in a retail store you don't say its in i'll twelve you walk.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Uh at you work with or or with anybody just over communicate everything and and and went to be the caning be specific as possible asked to uh when things need to be done in and give deadlines nothing nothing one thing that i hinders people lot uh it is not having the ability to have deadlines assad of what they need to door when they need to do it and nothing just from off from a communications step or from a leader standpoint being able to do that clearly over communicating and clearly communicating what it is you're doing and being able to clearly uh give dale hans it is helps to just draft projects like snow tomorrow and i ask or speak from uh in regards with that and while i i've heard a offer johnny do a good job of this like in multiple business meetings where he goes hey i gotta put on like average you do what travis and klay before it from agents damp when john we could be talking about one thing and you go hey i got but the agent had on for second so they know what you're about the say next has nothing to do with the john fosko klay guido friend relationship it has nothing to do with the john fosko klay guido max suffer relationship it has everything to do with the relationship of him fighting in the octagon right in you having his best interest klay go to fucking camp klay go that like i've heard you do that and i think sometimes when you have to draw the line because so it's a known fact in the room it's happened with even you and i before you like hey we gotta talk like the sta we get through the stuff we don't no one wants to do i gotta go hey cory and john personally we're we're coming together as business partners we ought to go hey what if somebody wants out what will how we how we ought to go through that part of the contract right now like that's the kind of stuff john that i think i've learned a lot from you specifically because you actually voice everybody on the line at that point knows hey mother fuck yours we're talking about shit that has nothing to do with your feelings riot riot ideal ache in that you do a really good job of that but on merit man.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Munich eight like we can never make that mistake again we have to know how much shit like if that's your lane you have to go through every a thing to make sure that it's there and that we never never again so i just think communicating really direct maybe not as director john fosko like i'm trying to work on that but i try to do a good job of you know letting people role and if they screw stuff up help them through it up and then make sure we never do it against your that's it yeah i mean the one thing i would i would add that i that i didn't get to thrown before is drawing that clear line like we talk about an hour a little more in depth on personal and business so you have you have employees you have people you lead that you can absolutely a door as human beings but when you are leading them in a business manner or an anything that's organized it's not about your feelings regarding them personally it's simply a gal the task at hand so you have to act accordingly and i believe a lot of people have trouble understanding the fact that if i am talking you a certain way or my i'm trying to lure a direct you on how to accomplish a certain task and it's not the same way i talk to you when we are at the restaurant on lunch it's because this is business and that is personal in i've even had circumstances where let's at i've had to let somebody go of it to fire them to me that is a practice of business that has nothing to do with the fact that were friends and we can still be friendly but a lot of people they just hold too tight and they blurred those lines so what i'll say to the listeners this meant if you could draw that line so clearly.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Wrote that check rate he believed in me now my trackers good john shuckers good we all work together but not in the same business before so it's like i got up that next day and i didn't take that for granted because could i get a hundred grand from a brazilian different people at this point in my career because of what i did before of course but i didn't want it from anyone else i wanted john fosko in the business and then i wanted to show him as a team we got to ask i will let in us i believe will exactly but i wanted to get up and say man i i'm glad that guy believed in me and wrote at that easy just on the word and so that means some the me it doesn't matter how many millions you've done or what's happened like i still take it down to the base of somebody believing in me even if it looks a more favorable at this time it eits at the end of the day nothin' is fucking guaranteed for a that i was going to talk about how to stuff spills into your life though yep you're you're fucking credit score is basically a resemblance of your integrity yet you somebody giving you muddy you pangyou muddy back on time somebody uh a fucking giving you giving you something in a do you have the ability to stewart what i've giving you and give me back you know what it is to say are you going to come to on your will you pay tom do you pay your bills on time and how you navigate through life in it vanson end up getting more loans are a loans for your business our cars are houses or whatever it may be is rudy address in a integrity of the person can somebody trust you atms and the more people can trust you in the more people see you do good with something they'll give you more more more but a lot initiatives ruining character in just basic integrity i can give this guy something he's gonna come back he's going to be great this is how we measured x will what does echo facts experience an entrenched union you have three different governing bodies who who give.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"A gets ya sewer against ya butbutbut but you'll have to do anything but a spy is turn up is while he want to be i think when i think about integrity i think of a few things guys i think trustworthy i think intentions and i think like john said who you want to be look i never wanted to be the guide ahead to wrapped it's like all you don't wanna fuck with him because he's he's trying to get no like i always wanted to be in that role that like if you get on board with that guy or his business like he's going to teach he's gonna he's going to do right by you he's gonna you know now there's a difference between entitlement air right by you right so there there's been some situations like out before but at the end of the day i always act with no matter who i'm getting in business with i i talk to john about this align and a we had episode on it like i got up every day and my old business to try to make you know the most sales in the best thing for the shareholders in tibet every day i answered everything more tweets this that you know and did everything possible in my in my like wheelhouse to do everything every job of ever had or every business of ever start i had the i give myself my own jobs let's are always say but every business i've ever been in is that my intention is to make everybody better to try to do as much as i can like i'm never been one to like sit on my hands on hold back that or do like i just i look at like how can the guy that i'm on my team with john fosko can trust me that i'm going to do everything a my ability to to.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"If if you are wavering at the top louboutins uber you're going to look down and there's going to be no by the huband because if you're wave rings as the leader of the shifts wide the book would i get on that ships sail across the ocean with you if you're not sure that those land and we only got so much food man of my excited for the show we talk about sincere enthusiasm integrity communication skills how key loyalty is in lastly decisive decisiveness because if you're an aspiring entrepreneur you're a leader you're just in the game these are things you have to pay attention to so whether or not you want to be a leader and you can look at this one of that you're already in a position you should look back to make sure you're doing these things personal stories heartfelt responses like these are the things that make business and biceps what it is i cannot wait for you guys to get into this show now let's go and and what's a baroda you go to another episode of business in biceps awake you're asked up because on today's show we're going to go over what we think are some important traits of a businessperson that you should aspire to or if you're already in the game which you should be looking at yourself so make sure that you're doing and i think that the insight of the great john fosko in the amazing maurice clear at my host led so much value with personal stories with things that they do as people are looking to them for guidance in business and and we're really excited to share this with you guys and of course you gotta make sure you subscribe because we're climbing the charts we hit number six in business out of all of my tunes this week which was unbelievable we appreciate that makes you leave us a positive comment a five star review and just make sure you do not leave us hanging by just hit and play you must.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Whoa what's up everybody welcome to another episode of business empire ceps lake your ass up because on today's show we got it's not a special guest anymore we're adding them to the show our new cohosts alongside john fosko the amazing john fosko is maurice clear rat where the most thoughtprovoking people i think of ever ran into in mind tire life and i couldn't be happier to say that he is now officially joining our crew to business in biceps mother effion yeah john what do you think men were adam riese to the research group is about to be legit i think we got the polar opposite of the three stooges on the line now i i think what this is going to bring our listeners is a completely different uh equally valuable if not more and unique perspective on some topics that we just have not gotten into yet so this is going to be able to expand the show and just bring more value and i i'm very excited odds to have more we saw the show in i know uh it's just going to add a lot of value to our listeners appearance yeah i i gotta tell you john very similar to you as we started this podcast previous to this man reese had done a few episodes in it was really for the same reason it was we're having these conversations and i was like why are we not recording these and now that you know we've had a successful business john and you guys have gotten the meat and we did with the one live totally totally on the fly we did that live thing together we had never really spoke together previously um it just makes sense and like i mentioned at the beginning is marie has such an interesting perspective 'cause he's been at the highest the high.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"On them to do listen to do their job shouldn't be a prerequisite to business right if you're going to get paid you got to do your job right doesn't any fucking more on know that if you're a vade your job but we can't count on some so if you look at the scope of our business the people we can count on we never question the ability to say okay we're going to invest more with them were we're going to grow our relationship with them but the ones who don't do their job and who are not consistent were seeking other vendors straight up as how it works man and they are going to lose hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars because of their lack of attention to detail and reliability for cabinet has if you don't know what you're getting back click i knew i was going to get when i called john fosko he was going to say let me get back to but probably can happened he might come with one or two omaha 's where we had to she no audible to a couple of things and use it was fined very rarely would i'd be like no it's not going to work or we don't like that guy or whatever it was just like done deal got you know sending me the mox got i mean dude yeah it just never liabilities abbasov if you're reliable and you have a strategy to create better relationships throughout the system throughout the corporation throughout the business then you're gonna get over time that knowledge that time and build that relationship just like you know we had a kid cold and the came through here he was here for five or six months worked for free pachen sacks very good kid and i told him before he left like you know i i helped him with some stuff in he lost a lot of weight and i was like look man you came here you killed it like i i don't have a spot for you right now you're gonna go pursue some other stuff but at the end of the day if you ever call me i'm going to answer it you know what you know what cory omal i'm glad you brought up omagh because it's a valuable teach okay now i want to tell.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Dan that is constantly evolving they market amazingly they package amazingly and most importantly their product is effective and cory effectiveness ms what you know most about their product i knew it was effective john when i was drink in my hot hut toko half at bob evans is loaded with sugar and it's terrible for me and i would just keep gold back him back in drinking more hawk okuno's like you know what f this john ongoing hawk who mix with quarter ceps i'm a light up on a light up my mind i'm gonna call john fosko we're going to get some business done you know a lot of the customers here and listeners on the show been trying it out you know make sure you guys took out four sigmatic dot com back is buys fifteen it'll take off your discount automatically once again it's f o u r s i g m a t i see dot com back seles be iz be i s 15th i don't want you to mess it up on the code make sure you that discount we appreciate forcing matic the brands amazing and i just really really appreciate the support and it's it's a really good business for our listeners the check out no question value that's where i love about about our relationship with four sigmatic is we get you have entrepreneurs that could be far greater than us and we get to study what they do and how they do it so guys a again you're listening to this podcast two to learn stuff in mean cory always try our best to teach but sometimes you can simply learn by by viewing great brands and how they operate and if you go to a four sigmatic dot com you will see a great brand operating at a very high level in not only is that brand operating in a high level but also another brand that we started.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Community of people and then we have to go cost out our supplements we have to go cost out our apparel and we have to make sure that as were developing that business model that creates that culture that create something new in the supplement space that number one it's profitable right that we could support what our vision is anam ed and number three that the this isn't a figment of our imagination so we have to pull data yep so if you put all those things together data looking at the business vertical like you can put together a model that fills a void in the marketplace it's all about filling a void in the marketplace and and putting the pieces together based on data that's how i see a business not john i think what's also filling a void in the is health iq i don't of you are aware this but health iq is a life insurance agency they can provide savings tell the people healthconscious people just like john fosko 'cause listen doesn't seem like commonsense john like most companies what have you pay the same for life insurance of someone that's completely inactive john you're not smoking cigarettes in shelvin big macs down your gullit like why should you pay the same as everybody else john i mean right cory cory john in all its gullit glove color it also in all seriousness yacht with help iq it's a brilliant that is model because why if you put in the work the to live a healthy lifestyle why should you pay more for life insurance why should you be penalized because the rest of the world doesn't work is hard is you are living a healthy lifestyle why should your premium be higher because because if you take a median average right and people are as healthy as you would health iq does is it actually rewards you the for living a healthy lifestyle so you could get more affordable life insurance because you live alpine life south that's that's a business model right that's that's a business model right there let's reward healthy people by giving them a more reasonable cost the life insurance they're filling a void.

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"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"That will tell you this if you have a piece of paper okay and a lack of understand understanding in business war if you have a really hard core grady understanding and you don't have that piece of paper that radio understanding an understanding that i need to go out in hustle that'll take much farther than a piece of paper and it's free what another episode a business in by serbs and you're better wake us up on today's show john fosko goes back to school you heard it here first he did enter a couple college classrooms in a major entrepreneurship program i believe with josh with john's recon that we've got some things that we can offer to create some good dialogue in the gap in the difference between college and while we like to call the real business world so i can't wait to talk about that with mr john fosko today welcome to the show college boy a man who this guy and new clash 35 hurts for all you guys you know classic movies back to school by rodney dangerfield is what i felt like yesterday if you haven't seen it look it up it's amazing anyway i uh yeah i got the privilege man to go to a fantastic mba program and and i got the sit in on two classes and i have to say i learned a lot was what i learned grains or bad or in the middle i think that's what we'll talk about but i learned a lot i witnessed a lot and um it gives me and i think the show in oakland our listeners a much better understanding of of what's going on out there obviously because tooth the host man of you not have this background so yeah it it was it was.

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"john fosko" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"john fosko" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Our two men who are incredibly successful cereal entrepreneur is the title for both of them didn't know that name existed into i read their bio's in goddamn it's impressive john fosko started mma stop what you have heard if you're in the nma operation now host a podcast with the other man on the line name cory gregory you might hurt or some of the should he's done muscle form took over the world for a little bit he was a cofounder now the these to have a podcast called biceps and business in there on a website called max effort muscle dot com which is just absolutely fantastic one of them used to work in a coal mine which is mindblowing how unhealthy that is a now he is one of the most fit humans on earth the other one started a business when he was twenty this is just see honor to have these two on the phone ladies and gentlemen put your hands together for john fosko and cory gregory had created veiled bedier everything good thank you well it's all true though i don't think i don't think anybody really thinks about how difficult it is to have a business get started up and to be successful and i'm a start with you cory real quick because we have a longer history together you're cofounder of a supplement company called muscle farm correct sir how did you get into that i've been looking into this there's no government regulations you just got to purchase shipped together and then you get to sell it the muscle farm was something that i enjoyed i took it it was the first supplement i ever took and it was a business a really launched you into ridiculous wealth amino talk another but also in the stratosphere when it comes entrepreneur was that something you've learned from is that what you're dream was was the goal muscle farm all that shit.

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