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58 minutes | a month ago
E99. Monopoly In America (1/2)
Before corporate raiders and runaway capitalism, there was a company who owned the industry of shoe machinery. A 70 year battle with the federal government resulted in the monopoly broken up. This is that story.
45 minutes | 2 months ago
E98. America's Next Big Brand is Expanding
Pockets of manufacturing are still alive in this country. In this episode Pete talks about the past month of travel he has had, laying down roots and building relationships to take Origin to the next level.
52 minutes | 3 months ago
E97. Opportunity Costs, Risks & Rewards
Partner in Origin and Pete's JiuJitsu instructor, André Dedeco Almeida tells the story of how he continued to win during pandemic lockdowns. If you like to laugh and want to learn something new, this is the podcast for you. GO GET TO WORK.
57 minutes | 3 months ago
E96. YOU ASKED, WE ANSWERED
It's been a long time since we had the opportunity to field some of your questions, today that's exactly what we do. Diving into subjects such as supply chain hurdles that have thrown a wrench in our growth over the past year, dealing with tough customer service questions, and also a bit on capital, wealth and cryptocurrency. GO GET TO WORK.
49 minutes | 4 months ago
E95: WHO WILL YOU BE IN 2021
Back after a year in the grind, pivoting, working, winning. Pete and Brian discuss the last 12 months, politics, government, coronavirus and how to pivot your mind for 2021.
84 minutes | a year ago
E94: 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.
63 minutes | a year ago
E93: 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.
61 minutes | a year ago
E92: 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.
88 minutes | a year ago
E91: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.
106 minutes | a year ago
E90: 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.
104 minutes | a year ago
E89: 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.
94 minutes | 2 years ago
E88: THE SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE - AN ORIGIN STORY
Before tar roads, electricity, railroads, modern heating and cooling, our first Origin Story, "The Spirit of the People", is a story about one of America's first mills in Trion, Georgia. From the original land lotteries, through the Civil War, and thriving today, this story covers one man's idea of spinning and weaving cotton in a small stone and wood factory in the south.
79 minutes | 2 years ago
Eli Combs was known on the street as a "closer". The only person to every raise 1 Billion Dollars for three different hedge funds. Eli didn't find immediate success, but he chose to put himself in the action, and grinding day-after-day. His meteoric rise to the top descended quickly after he took a risk on himself, and started his own hedge fund in Greenwich, Connecticut. Today, Eli opens up about his story.
84 minutes | 2 years ago
E86: NEVER FORGET
18 years ago, we witnessed an attack on American soil unfold. On our televisions and streamed on our computers. We all remember where we were, what we were doing, and how it impacted our ourselves and this country. Today, we sit down with a dear friend, Tim Couch. A man who was moved on 9.11.2001 to quit his job and enlist in the Marine Corps. Some of us watched and prayed, others took action on that fateful day. This is Tim's story.
73 minutes | 2 years ago
E85: BEARDS, BROS, AND BOOTS
Maine's newest resident, Ryan Michler, joins us as at the studio for a great conversation about his experience building boots recently at the Origin factory. We deep dive into all things Maine.
63 minutes | 2 years ago
E84: CHECKPOINT CHARLIE AND THE COLD WAR
Pete just got back from Europe after almost 30 days abroad filming a documentary. His last stop was Berlin, where he sat down in an old Russian restaurant, and interviewed a woman named Anna, who grew up in communist East Germany. They talked about her father who was a spy for the East, and her first experience in the West. Although Anna's interview won't be released until the documentary is finished, Pete shares with us her stories. There's so much to learn about the mindset in today's America by reflecting on the mindset of post WW2 Germany.
67 minutes | 2 years ago
E83: SEARCHING FOR HOPE WHEN ALL SEEMS LOST
After three weeks abroad, Pete discusses his experiences, how they relate to living the American Dream, and how much hope plays a part in every human's life. Hope is something that everyone is born with. But why then do some quit and fail to thrive? What happens when the burden becomes too heavy? In this engaging conversation, Pete and Brian deep dive into lost civilizations, today's current problems in America, and how hope and action play such an important role, not just in the American Dream, but in the human dream.
53 minutes | 2 years ago
E82: ASK US ANYTHING Q&A
Today we answer some great questions from listeners, it's raw, and unfiltered. From jiu-jitsu to business and everything in-between.
82 minutes | 2 years ago
E81: MELTDOWN AT CHERNOBYL
The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred in 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine. Today, we deep dive into what exactly happened, the failure of leadership, and dereliction of duty. A huge amount of energy was suddenly released, rupturing the reactor pressure vessel in a highly destructive explosion, which was immediately followed by an open-air reactor core fire. The only thing left to secure the radioactive site was the hands and daylight of the people.
82 minutes | 2 years ago
E80: CLEARED HOT AND JUMPING IN
Andy Stumpf joins us today to talk about war, BASE jumping, wing suiting, hunting, and jiu-jitsu. After being wounded in battle as a Navy SEAL, Andy succumbed to medication to numb out the pain from his injuries. Through a defining moment during a quick stop at the gas station, Andy decided his current path was not only self-destructive, but keeping him from advancing in life. Andy shares the good times and the bad, breaking free, and breaking world records. Funny, and inspirational, this is the story of one frogman who attacks life by jumping in.
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