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THE BUSINESS OUTLAWS TEACH MILLENNIALS THE MINDSET AND TOOLS TO BECOME MILLIONAIRES
When you were a kid, you probably heard the old cliché that “you can be anything you want to be,” trotted out on a near daily basis. But nowadays, we’re living in a world where it’s actually true, thanks to virtual reality — which exists because of the driven, creative people who design and build these new virtual worlds.
In Part 2 of the Business Outlaws interview with Tim Larkin, creator of Target Focus Training and author of Survive the Unthinkable and When Violence is the Answer, BigMike, Chris “Bulldog” Collins and host Jayme Foxx continue their discussion on protecting yourself in violent situations by understanding how predators view your body. In business, the same principle applies — to protect yourself from the people who can hurt you, you’ve got to think how they think.
It’s an unfortunate reality that violence exists in our world. We all move in and out of situations on a daily basis that can potentially become violent — you might not realize it because most of these situations don’t become destructive, but that doesn’t mean the risk is any less acute. How are you prepared to defend yourself in a violent situation?
Business Outlaws – Think You’re at a Disadvantage? Bet you Never Built an Empire After 13 Years in Prison – 30
How do you recover from an extreme setback, like going to prison? What’s your plan for rebuilding your life and your brand after you’ve hit rock bottom? In this episode of Business Outlaws, BigMike, Chris “Bulldog” Collins and host Jayme Foxx chat with “Freeway” Rick Ross, convicted drug trafficker who’s now rebuilding his life and business after spending 13 years in prison as part of a life sentence.
Psychopath. Sociopath. Narcissist. Codependent. Gaslighting. Triangulation. You’ve likely heard all these terms before, but can you accurately define them? More importantly, can you recognize them in yourself and in the people you interact with?