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How to silence your inner B**** voice : Ryan Williams

🔥Hey Guys! Back at you today with another episode of The One Percenter Podcast and I know you guys will like this one. Today we have an absolute stud! He is a former Navy Seal, an entrepreneur and CEO of Industry Threadworks, and a fellow Arete…

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🔥Hey Guys! Back at you today with another episode of The One Percenter Podcast and I know you guys will like this one. Today we have an absolute stud! He is a former Navy Seal, an entrepreneur and CEO of Industry Threadworks, and a fellow Arete brother of mine; Mr RYAN WILLIAMS!! Ryan has built Industry Threadworks up to a multi-million dollar company and has filled a massive hole in the apparel industry. They provide individuals, brand owners, and businesses with an established infrastructure that supports apparel production, order fulfillment and everything in between. He helps people get their clothing brand off the ground, all the printing, fulfillment, and teaches how to scale properly and build your BRAND! Ryan spent 11 years as a Navy Seal and together we talked about what the BUD/S process was like and what he learned through it. The self discovery he experienced in this time was so valuable and he was able to take those lessons, harden his mind, and get through a program where most people quit. One of my favorite parts of the conversation was when we talk about how BUD/S is so hard because you’re willingly getting beat down. Ryan said that is one of the hardest parts, that it can be over at any time you want it to be. That temptation and ease of quitting is always there, and silencing that voice in your head is the real battle. This is the same in business. We continually get beat down day after day working towards our goals. Just like in BUD/S, when it gets tough, that voice in our head starts telling us to quit. The real battle is won in the mind, the way we show up to play. So many people lack the fortitude and grit to take that and it’s why so few people become SEALs and why so few people SUCCEED in business. So how do you find real success? Master your mind, and learn how to silence the voice that tells you to quit. We also go over the ins and outs of Ryan’s business and what he’s learned over the years about creating successful apparel brands. I hope you enjoy the interview and I’ll see you next time!

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