Prison, Potential & Power
With Jarred Graybeal
Making a living by selling marijuana from the age of 11 had Jared Graybeal living the dream….until he got caught, sentencing him to prison at the age of 17.
From where he was to where he is now, former CEO of ‘Superfit Foods & E3’, Jared Graybeal, is the definition of “hard work pays off”.
In this podcast, Jared shares how prison gave him direction in life, pursuing a career in health, becoming a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Fitness Nutrition Specialist, Behavioral Change Specialist and Author of his book titled ‘The Self Help Book: 6 Practical Ways To Never Stop Growing’, which shares stories from his youth, and his journey to success.
In this episode, you will learn:
- 02:00 Jared’s troubled childhood
- 08:00 Jared’s experience in County Jail
- 10:00 Jared’s awakenings in Jail
- 16:00 How Jared began his nutrition and consulting business
- 23:00 What you need to become a consultant
- 25:00 Why you need curiosity to start a business
- 31:00 Jared’s thoughts on the ‘romanticised’ entrepreneurial lifestyle
- 36:00 Why spending your time with successful people is crucial to your own success
- 39:00 Why Jared owes his success to his relationships
- 42:00 The biggest mistake Jared has made in his business
- 43:00 Jared’s purpose
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