The Meathead CEO Podcast
About This Show
Meathead CEO is for people who want to take their love of strength, their love of health and fitness, the passion they have for making themselves and others better, and build a business around it. I teach strength athletes how to build businesses, specifically around health and fitness, so they can do work they love and create something worthwhile that creates huge value for their customers and at the same time sustains them financially.
Most Recent Episode
The Meathead CEO, Ep. 003 w/ Bryce Lewis
3 days ago
On this episode of The Meathead CEO Podcast, I'm talking with powerlifter Bryce Lewis, founder of The Strength Athlete. We covered a number of subjects, but here's the highlights: How The Strength Athlete came to be - What led up to its' creation - The importance of quality collaboration & creating quality content Bryce's background in philosophy and how that has impacted his coaching style and the way he does business. One thing that Bryce said that really stuck out to me in this episode was this: "No one ever started as the best. You start somewhere and you grow." That piece of wisdom can be used in anything you do in life: lifting, work, marriage, whatever. You start somewhere, and you get better from that point. But you have to start. If you don't start, you'll never know where you're supposed to be going. Some tools mentioned in this episode: - Paypal: Use it for creating simple invoices and payment options for your clients -Timely: Make scheduling super-easy for your partners and clients - Wunderlist: One of the best-rated "to-do" apps on the market Mentorship: Bryce talks about how being mentored by Eric Helms of 3DMJ has helped him in his journey, as an athlete, coach and business owner, and why you should try to find a mentor. Bryce is working on a new project with Citadel Nutrition called Top Strength, a collection of articles, reviews and how-to's for different lifting gear. Book Recommendations from Bryce: "The Moral Landscape" by Sam Harris: From the Amazon description, "In this highly controversial book, Sam Harris seeks to link morality to the rest of human knowledge." Sounds like a challenging read! "Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman: Learn about the main modes in which the human brain thinks, and how you can "guard against the mental glitches that often get us into trouble." Advice from Bryce(Yes! It rhymes! It could also be Bryce's Advic