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DAN CHARLIER: From Immigrant To Prestigious Color Sergeant And Multi-Millionaire

Mr. Dan Charlier is a Haitian born immigrant that came to live with his mother in the United States at the age of 9. Raised in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Charlier learned from a very early age that success would only come from hard work and perseverance….

Mr. Dan Charlier is a Haitian born immigrant that came to live with his mother in the United States at the age of 9. Raised in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Charlier learned from a very early age that success would only come from hard work and perseverance. After high school, Mr. Charlier enlisted in the Marine Corps where he accomplished something only 1% of Marines ever achieve.

He held the most prestigious position of the 23rd Color Sergeant of the Marine Corps leading a platoon of Marines. These fine men were entrusted to carry the colors at the White House and at all ceremonies for the military and the President of the United States.

After 13 years, Mr. Charlier transitioned into the financial services industry where he leads and mentors hundreds of thousands of people. In today’s podcast, Dan explains his up comings and how the Marine Corps came into his life.

He tells about his journey scaling up the ranks faster than any others before him and how he accomplished it. After his Marine Days cooled down, Dan happened to stumble on the opportunity of a lifetime, when he was sought out by the man himself, Ed Mylett.

Success became inevitable and the rest was history.

Dan and I go way back and it was actually because of the advice and wisdom he bestowed upon me that helped lead me to where I am today. We talk about how I first got started with owning my personal gym and the potential Dan saw in me.

I will forever be grateful to him and his friendship. Give this podcast a listen and hear from one of the most prestigious men I know, Dan Charlier!

Enjoy the podcast!

– Sam Bakhtiar


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