Helping veterans that want to be successful entrepreneurs after they exit the military. The strategies can help ANYONE that wants to create a life of abundance, wealth and happiness
Ep. 011 Hollie Kitchens Unleash Your Inner Legend Interview
This was an amazing interview I did on Hollie Kitchens Podcast Unleash Your Inner Legend.
Ep. 010 Vision-Dedication-Belief
Do you have the right vision and belief in your self.....
Ep. 009 Tuesday Tirade--Persistent Patience
Hey, what is up everyone? This is Anthony, your military millionaire mentor and host of boots to billions podcast. I'm with my special guest, Phoebe as say hello. Oh, such good kisses. For those of you out in podcast world, you can't see my, my wife's beautiful dog here. You can flip over to our youtube channel. Boots to billions are probably catch us on Facebook. Uh, Instagram. You can see Phoebe beacon. Love that puppy. She is very, very cute. Aww, you can't resist her. But anyway, today is our Tuesday tirade. Hey, that's a name. I just came up with the Tuesday tirade. Even though it's not going to be a tirade, it's going to be me giving you some useful information. You know, it's funny. So last night I was driving home late from work and uh, I was talking to a client of mine. We're talking about Patience and you know, we were talking about the long game and how we're in it.
And, and people, you know, they're not Patience or when people talk about Patience, they think it means you don't do anything. Well, I'm here to tell you that as an entrepreneur, as a business owner, you know, we have to be persistent in what we do. So while we, you aren't going to get rich quick and while stuff doesn't happen overnight and those who think it is going to happen overnight, while you're sadly mistaken, uh, I'm talking about persistent patients. So what is persistent patients? You know, shout out to mark my boy Calvin in a Missouri. I talked to him this morning, had a good chat. You know, we talked to him about that long game and about how, you know, people always want it now and how you got to be persistently patient. So what that means is that every day you show up, it means that you're still grinding every day.
You're still hustling every day. You're still doing what it takes in the military. You know, when you enter bootcamp, let's say when you inner boot camp, you go in and you know that in, if you follow the rules and you do everything you need to do to graduate, you're gonna graduate and they'll say 16 weeks. I actually don't know how long bootcamp is anymore, but my point is, is that you are persistently patient. You wake up every morning, you make your bed, you shine your boots. You do, what do you need to do to get to graduation? You are persistent in achieving your goal. Just like, I think I talked about it in a post or something, you know, a couple of weeks ago when my daughter was climbing the incline and that person quit 20 steps up, she wasn't persistent. She didn't even give it a go. And you know, as entrepreneurs, you know, we can't think that stuff's going to happen overnight.
You've got got to realize that it's gonna take awhile. If you want to make 1 million bucks, you're not going to make it in a month. Well, you could, but you know, it's Kinda hard. Uh, but you can do whatever you want to. I'm just saying you've have to have the right kind of systems in place. You've gotta have the right clarity. You've got to be gaining momentum. You got to know exactly what you're doing. And then you've got to scale and you've got to do things at the right time, in the right order. So that's a whole nother set of things we could go in. In fact, I should probably do a week long segment or a couple of things on the right things in the right order. In business, if you do the right things at the wrong time, you're going to fail and you're not going to be successful.
If you do the right things at the right time, you will be successful. So, you know, persistent patients, that's what it's all about. Uh, you've got to go in there, you've got to try every day. You've got to show up. I don't care if I don't care. If you don't feel like doing it, get up and go do it. You know, just do what you need to do to be successful. Because if you're not, I'm telling you, people like me, whatever space you're in are going to crush you because there's someone like me that's hungry and I'm hungry and I...
Ep. 008 Remembering TSgt Dan Zerbe USAF Pararescueman Memorial Day 2019
Daniel Zerbe was born on June 27, 1983, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force on August 21, 2001, and completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas, in October 2001. After completing the U.S. Air Force Pararescue training pipeline, Sgt Zerbe served as a Pararescueman with the 38th Rescue Squadron at Moody AFB, Georgia, from March 2003 to May 2006. He then served as a Pararescueman and Special Tactics Team Member with the 24th Special Tactics Squadron at Pope AFB, North Carolina, from May 2006 until he was killed in action when the CH-47 Chinook helicopter he was aboard was shot down in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011. During this time, TSgt Zerbe deployed multiple times to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Daniel Zerbe was buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Ep. 007 Be Fearless, Be a Kid Again--Special Guest My Grandson Caleb
Be Fearless, Be a Kid Again--Special Guest My Grandson Caleb
00:03Welcome to the boots to billions podcast, a podcast that gives anyone with a military background the tools they need to become a successful entrepreneur. Each week we will delve into the secrets of what it takes to create wealth and success in the civilian world. Get ready for some fire with your host. Retired major Anthony Lee.
00:26Hey, what is up? It is Anthony from boots to billions and military millionaire mentor. How are you doing today? I am with my grandson Caleb. He is our special guest. Look at that little guy right there. So Caleb is around seven months old right now and his, first podcast. This is his first podcast. Yeah. Where do you think this is going to be? Cool. Huh? So I bet you're wondering why I have a seven month year old on a podcast in the studio. What I wanted to talk to everyone about is, do you remember when you were seven months old? Do you remember when you were, you know, a little kid and anything was possible? Can you remember back when you want it to be an astronaut or a fireman?
01:23What did you want to be a fireman? I know. What did I, what did you want to be when you were growing up? I know I wanted to be a fighter pilot. And while I might not have been a fighter pilot, I still got to jump out of planes and things changed. But remember when you were a little kid and anything was possible, anything's possible with dreams, with vision, without limiting beliefs. You know, this little guy right here, uh, out there in podcast land, you can't see them. But this guy has no limiting beliefs right now. In fact, you know, he doesn't know what he doesn't know, of course, of what he doesn't know and he's just willing to try things. He goes up, he wants to bang on things, he wants to touch stuff and you want to do things and you never know what's possible.
02:09This guy could be the next, the next big thing. He's the next Caleb. Right. He's not going to be the next to me. He's not going to be the next mark Zuckerberg or the next what? At Bill Gates and he's going to be the next Caleb. He's gonna do his best to yeah. Tell him you tell him. What did you want to tell the people today? So he's in the studio day. This is going to be a real quick podcast. You're probably gonna see this after he goes back home. He lives in Ohio with his mother and father and we are here in Colorado. And you're visiting. Huh? You're visiting and what? He's visiting. He's come here to see GRANDPA and hang out. And so every time he gets to come back, I'm pretty soon, hopefully he's going to get to start recording podcasts with me as soon as he can talk because I think he'd be a great guest.
02:58 I knew our boy, Adam Carolla had his son on there early and now look at him. Now he has his own show. Go back to when you were a kid. Get your limiting beliefs out of you. There is no limiting beliefs. Limiting beliefs are bad. You know it's your own. It's the 12 inches in between those two years is the reason why you're not achieving what you were born to achieve. You know, think great things, go do great things and life's going to be amazing. Anything is possible.. Anything. I mean I remember I was there a few years ago with some of the older kids and you know, I was sitting there, I was like, wow, anything is possible. You know, I can do anything and I have done anything. I'm living my life truly by design and truly on my own terms. And what I want to do and I'm forging the way for this young man. You ask about, everybody asks about what's your why and what is your why. Well, my why is this little guy right here because I want to show him that, you know, no matter what I served 22 years in the military, I have three college degrees and yet I'm creating my own business, learning along the way. And you know none of that, none of that.
04:31Being in the military did provide a lot of discipline and...
Ep. 006 Age is Just a Number
Do you think your too old----too young!! Bull Crap, age is just a number, hope this inspires you to chase your dreams no matter how old you are!!
Every episode has been awesome!