The Importance of Community Episode 129, January 29, 2019
This week, Andy Grant is joined by entrepreneur, mindset coach, and podcaster, Tony Grebmeier, to discuss his path to clarity and the importance of community. Tony’s mission is to create a community where entrepreneurs know they can achieve anything they want despite their past.
“Community is the most important thing and we don’t talk about it.” ~Tony Grebmeier
Tony shares his lowest point, the knock that changed his life, and his journey to a new way of thinking. Thinking that includes gratitude, open-mindedness, being teachable, and has the goal of happiness.
The journey to self-fulfillment was not easy for Tony. He almost lost it all in 2008 after years of struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Facing the near destruction of his marriage and the sad realization that he was negatively affecting his children’s lives, Tony made the decision that year to get sober, and he has stayed sober ever since. As he got clean, he also became clear about his vision to help others find their passion and achieve more.
Topics Covered Include:
- Life as a suicidal alcoholic, riddled in debt
- How did you rebound from such a dark time?
- What makes community so important?
- What is the GROWTH mindset?
- What does hitting the snooze button do?
- Tony’s core fundamental beliefs
- The New England Patriots
- The BeFulfilled podcast
- What is your definition of fulfillment?
- Impacting lives and being of service
- Free course at DrainersAndDrivers.com
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There are patterns we have that we don’t see. We need others to call us out on them. ~ Tony Grebmeier
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