America was forged. From nothing came everything we believe in. But the America our grandparents once knew is not the America we now know. Pete Roberts explores how our ancestors used their minds, hands and daylight to build this great nation. Have you forgotten your history? Have you forgotten that you and me, men and women are the ones who drive true change. Have you forgotten that our independence was won through the sacrifice of our ancestors. That what we have is the sum of their works. A movement of the people is the true power we have. But the greatest legacy they left is not the bridges and buildings, it's this thing we call Freedom. That unified we can move mountains. It's not business as usual, Pete builds parallels between the past, the present and the future. He discusses how to reconstruct the grit, values, and work ethic through his personal experiences and of those who have been there.
AMBITION'S BEST FRIEND IS PRIDE
Former Navy SEAL sniper and friend, JP Dinnell joins us to chat about the importance of transferring belief in your cause to your team. We also discuss how leadership and pride can pull you in opposite directions. How leadership is earned by practicing it daily, but never mastered.
NEXT LEVEL GOALS, CHINA, CORONA
Part TWO of last week's Q&A episode, Pete & Brian answer questions regarding next level goals for Origin, China and the state of the supply chain, and also the rising pandemic of the Corona Virus and how it may affect business.
DON'T BE AFRAID TO INVEST IN YOURSELF
Today we answer a wide range of questions from fans with topics including: The American supply chain, Hiring new employees, Partnerships in business, Investing in yourself, and more. PART 1.
THE CURIOUS CASE OF ECHO CHARLES
Today we sit down with our friend co-host of Jocko Podcast, Echo Charles for a candid conversation surrounding a myriad of topics.
A DECADE IN THE GRIND
The Origin story has never been shared like this before. Pete's first partner, Dedeco, takes us back to the beginning. An idea, 10,000 dollars, and a handshake at a Brazilian Steakhouse.
UNDER THE ARMOUR
In the late 90s, two college kids in Maryland decided to take action and build a billion dollar company, known today as Under Armour. Today we sit down with one of those men, our friend, Kip Fulks. Kip shares his powerful story of overcoming learning disabilities, and building a massive chip on his shoulder that propelled him to become not only a division one athlete, but one of the most successful business men today.
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Inspiration the American Way
This is all about bringing back something that was great in our country but fell away. You will learn a lot about yourself and your business whatever it is. I can tell you this isn't about living in the past, it is about building a new future. I love the theme, the history, and it is entertaining. Great work Pete!
Origin Maine: Get Some!
Excellent podcast. Bringing manufacturing jobs back to the USA. Love listening to these guys. My only wish is they need to produce more episodes!
Thank you for shining light on the roots of this beautiful country especially my home state of Maine and for giving me a reason to be proud of my scarred and dirty hands that I sometimes feel self conscious of. Going out to chop more wood now! 💪🏽