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300 lb MUSIC MILLIONAIRE to NIKE ATHLETE – Charlie Rocket

🔥What’s up guys! Today we have an amazing guest I’ve been trying to have on the show for a long time. Mr. Charlie “Rocket” Jabaley!!!! Charlie Jabaley wasn’t your typical kid from Georgia (United States). Sometimes labelled, “the chubby…

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🔥What’s up guys! Today we have an amazing guest I’ve been trying to have on the show for a long time. Mr. Charlie “Rocket” Jabaley!!!! Charlie Jabaley wasn’t your typical kid from Georgia (United States). Sometimes labelled, “the chubby kid”, Charlie was a dreamer. Knowing that he needed to use his imagination as a weapon to survive the playground, Charlie created his first persona, CEO Charlie. He had other ideas. Like pursuing the life of an athlete. But, that had to wait. As a young CEO millionaire of Atlanta Hip-hop management company, Street Execs, he sold millions of records, changed the trajectory of how to market to millennials, and guided the careers of influential artists like Grammy award winning 2Chainz. However, while all the success was pouring in, he battled depression, binge eating, crippling insecurities and a brain tumor. To everyone on the outside, CEO Charlie was crushing it. On the inside, he was dying. Unhealthy, unhappy and unfilled, Charlie retired in 2017 at the age of 29 from both the music industry and the name “CEO Charlie”. He made the decision to reinvent his life in pursuit of his childhood dream to become an athlete. AND FROM THE FLAMES EMERGED CHARLIE ROCKET, Charlie Rocket inspires those around him. He’s lost 135 pounds. Became vegan. Ran 3 marathons. Reversed the growth of his brain tumor. Became an Ironman. Just finished his nationally known Dream Machine bike tour across America. Is currently on the cover of Runner’s World Magazine and secured partnership with Nike. Charlie has rerouted his ambition of making millions of dollars into his current mission to TRANSFORM 1 MILLION PEOPLE’S LIVES. His name is Charlie Jabaley. His story isn’t over yet. My favorite part of the interview was when he was talking about his “Mom” marketing strategy. Think about it. Who loves you in the world more than your mom? Who supports you more than her? No one. So how can you take the people around you and have them become that supportive of you? So take that question and apply it to your business, your life, or wherever it fits. Turn as many people as possible into you “Mom”.

Sam Bakhtiar is the Co-Founder of Camp Transformation Center that has impacted thousands of lives and grown to many locations with a vision of becoming a household name globally. From 1-1 personal training to expanding their offerings to group training which proved to be very affordable, they decided to expand into other areas and people liked the model so much that they decided to franchise this concept which proved to be successful. Being raised by a single mother, Sam immigrated from Iran to Pennsylvania, America after a series of bombings and fearing for their lives, his mother decided it was best to leave the country for a better life. After not making the cut for the basketball team, Sam went to the local boys club after his mother told him that he should start training and try out again the following year. However, Sam was fascinated by the people training at the gym and their physiques which inspired him to train to become a Champion Bodybuilder.

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