Money is a good thing, but it will not make you happy. you need to build a game-changing business. You know how you get more patient?” And I said, “No,” and he said, “By doing things that require patience.” And I thought about that, I’m like, “Fuck, that’s some gold man.” And that made sense with me on the discipline front. They still want to play the part, so to speak. That’s right. And everybody asks, “How do you guys have the relationship? Charley the Bulldog's Fantastic Fruit Stand. Materially, I’m set. But yeah man, the bigger you get the less available people are, because there’s just not that many people out there. That doesn’t sound so bad, does it? And a lot of people can’t wrap their brain around that. And I have a very strong ambition and I have a very strong, what I call bitch voice. And everything that you’re doing, are you extremely active in the company, or you’ve taken a little bit of a step back? I haven’t removed myself from that in regards to 1st Phorm. You guys are doing a great job and I’ve been a big fan of what you guys are doing for a long time as well. Andy pooled together $12,000 with his friend and started the very first Supplement Superstores location in Missouri. Once, I even fell face first onto a sidewalk. 320 Reviews Founded by industry icon Andy Frisella, 1st Phorm is built on hard work, exceptional ethics & a supportive community like no other. They think that when you go into your favourite restaurant or your favourite store, and it has that feeling and you just happen to like it, we tend to think that that’s just an accident. And we had to have a conversation, a reality where it was, “Well, do we want to keep doing this or do we want to do other things?” Because Chris and I were only making $695 a month, 10 years into the business. The strongest economies. How do you plan to attack that? It can be the success of buying your parents a car. And it wasn’t until last year, 2019 that I decided, I’m like, “Okay, we’re just going to call this something and we’re going to put it out there so people can use it too.” And that’s what happened. We used what little that was to buy inventory, and furnished the store ourselves; the final touch was a used piss-stained mattress from the Salvation Army store that we put in the back of the store to sleep on. He coached me on the value of controlled aggression, and the necessity of having an unbreakable mindset. So him and I handle the CEO duties together. I got tired of people call me fat on the internet to be honest. How do you plan to approach that? It can be the success of paying off your debt. Over 17 years ago, on their first day in business Andy Frisella… And follow me on Instagram and then follow the podcast. Now that boss voice doesn’t sound very good, it sounds painful. I use the 75 Hard programme to help me some of the most difficult times through my life. That’s what we’d all like to think, isn’t it? So Nathan for me, a lot of people will say, “Oh, congratulations on success and this and that.” But for me, the last 20 years have been just so that we can get into that bigger game. That I use “colorful” language...that’s right - I curse. And I’m like, “What the fuck are you talking about? So that’s how I got the job. So we have monthly awards where our whole company will get together and celebrate together once a month. And what are the good things about me personally, that I want our customers and our employees to represent and know? And I really think, because I have this conversation all the time man, I’ll be in the pool with my wife and we’re talking and I’m like, “What is it? I might get labelled as politically incorrect for doing it, but what’s more correct as a human being than wanting to preserve life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? We’re in the business category. Why? I’m also curious at the level you’re playing at right now, you talk about how you used to compare yourself to others. When I was getting on the plane, the flight attendants were asking me if I need a seatbelt extender. So really what you’re hearing when you hear me get intense and say, “Hey, you need to do this, this, this, this, this,” really what you’re hearing is me telling me what I need to do. Our goal is, we want to be the next Nike level, Under Armour level, Adidas level brand for people out there that doesn’t just have a apparel, but also performance such as Gatorade. Rated 5.0 out of 5. The truth is, I could make millions of dollars just re-hashing what I already told people - for free - on the MFCEO Project. I advised them on how to treat their employers, and a million other lessons, but do you know what most people took away from the whole thing? The last thing I heard before I blacked out, was the EMT saying they couldn’t stop the bleeding and they didn’t know what to do. That’s just the cold, hard facts. On The MFCEO Project, I taught people how to win the day through proper structuring; I instructed them on how to make a sale. Some people just don’t want to listen. What if I don’t? To me, it is the grit of hard work, the endless possibility of free enterprise, and above all else, the love of liberty. 131 Reviews $125,000.00. Supplement Superstores. I, like everybody else, I have anxiety and I’m worried and I’m like, “Fuck, this is bullshit. What I would do is, I would say, “Hey, Joe, I heard that you’re having some issues with this.” And on the wall in the warehouse, are the core values, they’re real big. Andy Frisella CEO 1st Phorm, BEST Interview with Mark Lack - Duration: 13:52. Thank you so much. And then you have to make them known. What is your take there? He is the CEO of 1st Phorm International, A company that makes muscle building … Nathan: You’re welcome. Can you give a bit of an idea of scale with 1st Phorm now? And through watching, we were able to figure out what their game plan was and then see how it worked and observe and learn without actually having the contact with them. And so I quit and I started a small company in 1999 called Supplement Superstores, which is a retail chain, vitamins and sport performance supplements and health supplements. No, I agree. I’d love to hear. Wow. Andy: Well, what’s cool… So Ed Mylett and I started this group called Arete Syndicate, which is a entrepreneur group. The Legionnaire Team. Nathan: Yeah, no, that’s really smart. Sal Frisella. Look at America. I even texted him and I’m like, “I don’t know what I did today, bro. I know you always talk more often of the hard times, the stuff that people don’t talk about. Here’s the thing about 75 Hard. You’re not sleeping on a piss-stained mattress in the back of your first store, like I had to. And a lot of entrepreneurs out there, they like to use their success to build their character into this superhero type person. It’s for the person who went the extra mile the best way for somebody outside of our immediate network. And I did that with my business partner Chris, who’s still my partner today. And so with the 75 Hard programme, that’s the truth, that’s what I’ve used myself to build what everybody sees. And that’s my mission now. And I have a lot of respect for that. I love Danny McBride, and hell, if you can’t have fun at work, then why are we working? So how do you do that? And my goal is to create the opportunity for them to have a life that they want just how they’ve done that for me, if that makes sense. And so that was really the mindset flip for me when it came to developing discipline and mental toughness and the things I needed. I think that’s the truth. And for me to compete with some of these dudes that are, I have to give it everything I have. And I don’t have a problem with my ego saying, “Hey, I’m a regular dude.” In fact, I would rather put that message out there for people because I remember what it was like being the younger guy, trying to make it and feeling I wasn’t good enough. That same drive? Nathan: Yeah, no, I agree. It was amazing. I want to improve society.And if you’d like my help, I would be honored to do my part in helping youimprove too. Does that mean that I hate or look down on the rest of the world? And so we had to get real with where we were in life. I really appreciate you having me on. What about when you have the cars, and house, and travel on private jets? There’s lots of other guys, Dan Fleyshman’s a guy. And to really change your life, all you have to do is train yourself to listen to the other one. The Founder of 1st Phorm, the “Real AF podcast host”, 75Hard program creator, and all-around badass Andy Frisella knows discipline and mindset and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. So I’d love to switch gears and talk a little bit more about this movement that you’re building with 75 Hard and also 1st Phorm. And that’s how I do it, is I look at everybody else and then I take their moves and I make them, was it good? Sometimes I fell into depression - something I’ve struggled with my entire life and am very open about. Nathan: Hmm. So I was just saying, I was just about to say offline, it’s so great to connect, the stuff that you’ve done with the 75 Hard Challenge is incredible. I have a lot of guys who have been with me for 10, 12, 15 years, who started out at seven bucks an hour that are now making considerable income. Andy Frisella net worth: Andy Frisella, head honcho of 1st Phorm, podcaster, speaker, dominator of things, has an approximate net worth of $33 million dollars.. Frisella was a born entrepreneur. Book Andy Frisella to Speak at Your Event. I saw you and we’ve gone up and back over Instagram very, very long time ago, maybe four or five years ago. In the last seven years, Nathan has interviewed some of the most successful entrepreneurs of our time such as Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington, Mark Cuban, and Tim Ferriss. And you show vulnerability as well, which I think people can really connect with. And how do you cultivate having this discipline that you have, having and yes you fault up, we all do, but what are you doing to fuel your mindset, to have a really solid mindset, to be fearless? Nathan: Yeah, it does make sense. 13:52. You’re an extremely authentic guy. I knew I wanted to be a business owner and I knew I could recognise information that was relevant to that and what it wasn’t. You know what I mean? So in a lot of ways, my mentality is probably the same as a lot of the younger guys now when they look at me. My dad taught me that with determination and work ethic, you can succeed at anything. So do you want to learn more about 75 Hard? Andy: No, I’m here every day just like normal, and I do what a normal CEO would do. And that’s why I haven’t backed out, and that’s why I haven’t sold, and that’s why I haven’t taken money off the table, and I’ve just kept in because they were there for me and I’m going to be there for them. And it took me until I was about 35 years old to really have that make sense. And so that’s where the idea of having a certain set of values that guide your brand come into place. Most people make all of their decisions based around comfort, based around that what I call the bitch voice in their lives. This is not what it is.”. Even as a kid, I knew that there had to be more to life than boring classrooms, more than a 9-5 job that I hated. And that took a while to really… It takes getting a little older to have that really lock in. Not sure what supplements are right for you? It can be the success of putting your kids through college, or giving them seed money to start a business. MFCEO. Nathan Chan holds a Master of Business from Victoria University and is widely respected as one of the brightest minds of his generation. I’m making the most money I’ve ever made. You need it at every level of your life if you want to see success. I’m not winning, I’m making $0.” And I’m looking around at all these other guys and I’m like, “Why are all these guys winning so big, but I’m hurting?” And so what I started to think was, “Well fuck Andy, you might just be a terrible entrepreneur.” And I remember feeling like that for 10 years. It’s really the best it’s ever been for me. 1st Phorm Company Details. I am a patriot. So the brand is whoever the CEO is, but then what happens when the CEO dies or he moves on, or he sells the company? So for example, if I were to go out and talk to this person in the warehouse who’s having a bad time or a difficult time, I would talk to him, I wouldn’t go out there and I wouldn’t say, “Hey, Joe, you’re really screwing up. Harley-Davidson guys usually aren’t riding Yamahas. In high school I was a great athlete, but I was very soft mentally. If I wanted to buy a ranch up in Montana and disappear and never post again on the internet, never do another podcast, I could do that today and I personally, would be fine. ... Best Motivational Video ft. Andy Frisella, Eric Thomas, Les Brown - Duration: … Playing with my hair on fire. Nathan: Yeah, it’s that authenticity. Something that just… Was it a snap? I did it because - as much as I love winning - there is something that I value much more, and that’s winning together. You have to live those, yourself and your company. I didn’t work hard, I was lazy. And eventually, even if you’re not very smart, if you do something for a long time, you’re going to get good at it. This is the female version of the stack... so it has the female versions of our thermogenic (Andy… But what about when you have enough money that you don’t need to work again? He … So it’s very important to me… I’m not everybody’s cup of tea, you know that. I love this country so much that it would be impossible for me to put into words. And I realised what a lot of wealthy people say. So we’re able to connect with people through that group and it benefits us as well in that way. It’s no secret that Foundr is a huge fan of Frisella’s work with developing mental toughness and discipline (in fact, most of our team has completed his 75Hard challenge!) Maybe you get hurt, or maybe a friend gets killed in an accident or gets sick, or maybe you get sick and you start to have this understanding that you have a time limit here. We’ll start again tomorrow. They never make the money they want to make. And I’m like, “No, I’m not stopping.” And even though it was physically hurting so bad I could barely move, I was getting my energy from the fact that I know that 98% of people would say, “Yeah, dude, I’m going to quit today.” And so dude, I really thrive on that dark energy and that dark side of taking negativity and turning it into productive action. And when you start to reward people for creating those kind of experiences, you can imagine what it does for your sales. And from what you could see in the public, it’s pretty easy to do that it seems like. I didn’t put a free program out in the world so I could swim in a vault of money like Scrooge McDuck. Honestly, seeing those guys and gals succeed is how I measure my own success these days. The name was ironic. That business you built from scratch. “Five years ago I met Andy and Sal Frisella, and became a part of the 1st Phorm team.... and my life has never been the same. Stitched up face or not, I could still own my life - I just had to choose to, then take step after step to make it happen. It’s just internal dialogue brother. And then when I got out of high school, I went to college like you’re supposed to. BUT YOU MIGHT HEAR PEOPLE CALL ME THE MFCEO. All the stuff that got me on the map, the fiery rants and the shit that no one really was talking about. Why is that? But that’s OK, years ago that would have bothered me but now I make it clear I’m not for everyone. Most people would have just given up, but not Andy. And we did that and we were able to accumulate a little bit of startup money and we got the business off the ground. Think about it right now. Go the Extra Mile is exactly what it sounds like. If you don’t know what it stands for, it means The Motherfucking CEO. Andy: I think what’s most exciting for me is, because we have so many people doing 75 Hard right now. Nathan: Yeah, no, I really respect that. 131 Reviews $125,000.00. And sometimes you just have to let your systems pull you through the problem. Rated 5.0 out of 5. And I explained what to do and people started doing it and it worked for them and when things work and you have a good product, they spread. I’m going to do it… But before we get into that, what you’re doing there with the challenge is just incredible. There’s just not a lot of people. So I just take the word patience and insert discipline. Andy: Oh, man. There was only one problem: My dad had been financially successful with his own business, but he wasn’t about to cut me a check. So, crazy stories. So I’m learning as I go right now on that level, to be honest. And everything started to click because we took the focus off of what we could get and put it on what we could give. Well, you have to design it intentionally. And what tends to happen is, a lot of people, their brand automatically takes on the persona of whoever the CEO is. There’s a lot of good that can be done with a company that size and I don’t see any of the big companies doing it. Andy: I’m happy to have some human interaction here is limited as can be. Andy: Yes. What were they thinking it was going to work like? What am I going to feel like at the end of my life? And the thing I would get back is “Bro, you’re fucking fat.” And I got tired of hearing that. How do you do that? It used to be called the MFCEO Project, but the MFCEO feed is still in there. Some guys will look at all the work that you’ve done - all the knowledge and hours you gave away for free - and they’ll say: “Well gee-whiz, he sure does cuss a lot.”. So now I try to show other people how to do the same thing. And I think if you could teach yourself to do that, you really remove the necessary of having someone that you have to call or text or e-mail or coach. That’s just a real simple example of how you would thin the herd to make sure that culture people are first. Nathan: Andy, thanks so much for taking the time, man. So let’s just try to replicate that result with people, the best that we can.” And when that happened, everything changed for us. So, that’s definitely important to know. Andy: Well, that’s interesting brother because I find myself right now without anybody to talk to. Now, a few of the other companies that we own, yeah we do have guys that act as a CEO, things like that. I wouldn’t say there was a moment in time, but I can remember one moment, I had pneumonia and it was 2014 I think, or ’15. And whatever your system is, is your system. I’m curious around, just for clarity for the audience, for those that aren’t familiar with how big 1st Phorm is now and what you’ve done with the 75 Hard Challenge. And we want to listen, we want to train ourselves to listen to that voice that tells us, “Hey dude it’s time to go for a run. 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