Oct 14, 2020
I sit down with one of the world's great powerlifters, Chris Duffin, to talk about...business! I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this conversation. Chris and I both have so much excitement when it comes to talking about business and success and how to achieve it that we could have easily done 2 hours.
Known as the "Mad Scientist of Strength Training" this dude is an absolute brute, being the only person to have deadlifted AND squatted 1000 lbs for reps! He is the owner of kabukistrength.net, as well as four other successful companies right here in my home city of Portland. Oregon.
While Chris's physical achievements are amazing, I was much more interested in his even more amazing life story and business accomplishments. Among other things we discuss growing up in poverty and neglect, and some of the keys that helped him escape that life and find success. How mistakes are critical to finding success and learning from the mistakes even more valuable. How Chris got into business for himself, his early experiences as an entrepreneur, and what he thinks about "wantrepreneurs!"
Growing up in poverty, with zero advantages and little direction, does not mean you don't have a chance. Chris shows, with his own life story, what is possible when you combine a rock-solid mindset with an unequaled work ethic.
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All of that and more on this episode of The Jerry Brazie podcast!
So check it out and hear some unfiltered insight from someone who comes from nothing, who had made it big, and is talking about it in an unfiltered and honest way. It’s just his opinion, but he will make you think!
Let us know if any of this hits home for you and please forward this to anyone you know that may be thinking about starting a company, is struggling with an existing one, or is just interested in the game!
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