Episode 97 – Bryant Chambers on The Military Millionaire Podcast

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Episode 97 – Bryant Chambers on The Military Millionaire Podcast

 

00:00 - 05:00

David:

Been a little while since we've recorded. We got so far ahead that I left a few weeks ago so I could kind of like catch up on the rest of my life. But how are you?

Alex:

We haven't hung out in a while. I was getting a little sick of it. And now I miss it.

David:

I figured you needed a break. So.

Alex:

I'm glad to see you.

David:

I know it's good. I'm still gonna it's gonna take me a while to get used to the fact that I'm looking at that instead of at your face. So I really need to figure out how to make this camera move a bunch of shit around so that I can put it right here so I can still but.

Alex:

Well I don't, I look at the screen.

David:

Yeah, that's probably true is probably not a big deal.

But alright, so the guy we got coming on today is Bryant Chambers, who honestly honestly, I probably don't know as much about his entire background as I should except that I found him on tik tok. And I liked everything he was saying.

He's got a super radio voice and basically everything he said about leadership or current events or whatever I've kind of agreed with so I did a little digging. He has a YouTube channel. He has a coaching platform. You Like he's kind of poised as he's an army vet. But he's poised is like an entrepreneur who helps people figure out like the thought, like strategic planning and stuff for their business. And I just have liked everything he has to say.

And also again that he has an incredible radio voice and I was like, dude, I would love to have you on the podcast. I just want a chance to talk to the guy so I figured this would be fun. He's somewhat uh, I think I think you'll like him. He seems to have some contrarian viewpoints. So I don't know if that should be a good time. You either love..

Alex:

Nothing I say is controversial. Everybody else is just wrong.

Alex:

I got nothing. All right. So with that, I'm gonna let him in and we're gonna kick this off. Hope you guys enjoy the show.

Intro:

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David:

What's up guys today, I wanted to stop and sponsor my own podcast by myself, which is a little cheesy to tell you about the course that I'm launching called from zero to one real estate investing for beginners.

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I am super on the low end for that price, but I'm gonna probably have to bump it up in a little while but for now to test the waters and see exactly how many people I'm able to help with this, I want it to be extremely affordable because I want to help service members and veterans get their feet in the water.

So if you are interested in learning about rental properties, and you just want to learn how to get your first one, and then there are some bonus episodes in there to help you advance past that, but if you really just want to know everything you need to know to buy your first property without screwing yourself over. This is the course for you go ahead and check it out. The link will be down below in the show notes. And back to your episode.

David:

Hey, what's up military millionaires. I'm your host David Pere and I'm here with my co host Alex Felice. It's been a few weeks since we've actually recorded but you guys wouldn't know that because they still come out on time. So why do we get ahead and batch and time block like I always talk about but we are here with Bryant Chambers today who is an army veteran and now he helps raise and develop warrior leaders. And I I'm gonna say this and there's gonna be I guarantee some of you are gonna laugh but I met him through Tick Tock and for all of you who hate on Tick Tock this, that and the other thing, there is a viable use for it if you know how to get your point across and Bryant did that I liked everything he was putting out and I reached out to him. I think I shot him a message there and Instagram and we got in touch.

And here we are. So Bryant, welcome to the show, brother.

Bryant:

Hey, man, thank you so much. It's my honor and a definite pleasure to be here with you, gentlemen. And with all the listeners.

David:

Yeah, there will be at least one of those now that there will be plenty of those. So why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself.

Bryant:

Alright, so elevator pitch story. Born many, many moons ago abandoned by my biological father, adopted by my grandfather who was a 37 year career Army veteran infantry guy came up through those ranks born in DC raised around the world came back to DC, middle school, high school, college ROTC, became an army officer myself.

Did that dance for a while obviously combat veteran came out of that went into the fortune 500 world and ran a part of a billionaires business and decided I wanted to do this for myself. So I got into that started side hustling until I could sustain myself.

05:00 - 10:00

Bryant:

And here we are. Now I focus on, like you said, raising warrior leaders around the world. Because the way I look at the world, all the challenges that we're facing from top to bottom can always be tied back to a leadership failure somewhere in the chain, like something going on.

So if you take the events that are going on right now with George Floyd, the fact that that's able to happen, and that we're able to handle it, the way we handle it is catastrophic leadership failure from top to bottom. And so my idea is, if I can get in front of people all over the world, not just in the US, but all over the world and start helping them think about how to live like warriors, warrior culture doesn't mean they have to be soldiers. But they think with the warrior ethos and the warrior mindset and understand what it means to lead which is to lead yourself first, and then be able to have the humility and the honor to go out and lead other people then we start to fix a lot of the challenges we have on Earth. So that's, that's kind of my life's mission. That's what I'm focused on.

Alex:

What is the warrior ethos?

Bryant:

The warrior ethos. So, to break it down simply, I look at the world as two different cultures, you've got warrior culture. And the simplest way to sum that up is team before I.

And then you've got civilian culture. Again, it's not about jobs. It's not whether or not you've been a civilian or been a soldier, is that civilian culture, that's more of the I what's in it for me, right? That led JFK to say, Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.

So the warrior ethos is predicated on doing everything you can to make yourself great so that you can help the tribe that you're responsible for. Right? And then always putting the team before the welfare of the team always because it always comes before my individual desires.

David:

I like that. I think he's gonna..

Alex:

And you're doing this on Tick Tock? I thought I thought that was for 13 year old girls to dance on.

Bryant:

So tik tok is just my newest thing I actually blew up first on YouTube more and I was doing more business coaching back then not so much the leadership coaching, actually entertainment first and then because I was a musician for a time and then I transitioned into helping people build businesses and build YouTube careers.

And then I blew up on YouTube first, then Facebook, I hate Instagram, so I didn't screw with that. I went to tick tock on a whim because one of the groups of people I always want to help is our veterans. And I struggled on every other platform to get really connected with a large mass of vets, military vets.

And I did one Veterans Day post on Tick tock, and all of a sudden now I'm connected to thousands of veterans overnight. I was like, okay, great. Yeah. And the myth is that Tick Tock and you know, I'm one of my other hats that I wear as I am a marketing and sales expert, especially in the area of digital.

So it's one of the things that was really interesting to me as a huge bulk of my audience are not young. They're people like 30 are young for a lot of the people that follow me on tik tok. So this myth that it's all 13 year old girls dancing, it really is false. Because you know, the platform has a billion people on it now. And I can't tell you how many people I've coached or helped or like, yeah, I'm 48 years old, and I'm trying to figure out what I want to do with my life.

Alex:

Yeah, I just like to spread nasty rumors. You know, make your fan the flame a little bit.

Yeah, I think well, just like Instagram was for young people first and so it's Facebook. I think the younger people adopt it first and then when they realize it's cool, everybody else will jump on. And I think we're kind of we're at that place and tick tock now David's doing it. So the cool people are probably coming next.

David:

Not well. I’m not doing that well.

Bryant:

It happens faster every time. So if you go back like I've been running online communities since before social media, that's where I cut my teeth when I first started my business was more web based building. So online communities for businesses, I even did some work with PlayStation back in the day.

But it was a message form. Then it was myspace kind of kicked in and that’s cute, that's weird. Then Facebook kicked in and it took the adults a long time to really buy and then Twitter, then Instagram was a little bit faster. YouTube's kind of an anomaly that doesn't get lumped in with everything else.

But then Tick tock, it happened exponentially faster with the adults. It's like now a platform happens the adults find out faster and then they get there. It'll be interesting to see what comes out next and how long it takes the old people to get there.

Alex:

Tik Tok though, it doesn't play into people's incredibly short attention spans. Yeah, no big commitment with Tick tock, give me 10 seconds. I can decide if I like this or not.

Bryant:

Exactly. Right. Exactly. Right. There's no commitment.

Alex:

Yeah. Hey, um, I need you to make me famous on YouTube.

Bryant:

Cool. What do you want to hear?

Alex:

That's my, I just want to be famous. I don't know yet.
I'll invite you to tiktok, onto this podcast that promotes yourself.

I did it. That's how it came. Okay. It's a natural occurrence that I'm like, hey, look, this guy's gonna he's got the YouTube guy. Let me just enter. This is my show. Isn't it?

10:00 - 15:00

David:

That's right. I forgot Alex likes things easy. So, yes, yes, yes, instead of producing content, he's just gonna say.

Bryant:

I wouldn't be fair.

So I'll give you the best tip I can give you, go get big on Tiktok first and then funnel everybody to YouTube and you'll be big, easy. It's the same strategy. I tell people to use twitch like gamers that I work with, oh, I want to do Twitch, go get big somewhere else first, because you're not going to get big on Twitch, they're not going to give you any attention.

YouTube, it's a little bit easier because you can, you can find something to talk about that can get a lot of attention. But if you can build an audience somewhere else and bring them with you, that's usually the best way to do it on some of the older platforms.

Like when I got on tik tok, I doubled my podcast listening like within I think a month of being here.

David:

I believe I mean, you've got some good stuff, and that's the cool thing with tik tok is because it's such a short attention span. If you can make a if you can break something down very succinctly, you'll do very well. I think I don't know what I struggle with. I keep thinking I got some great idea and then either Tiktok blocks my video or nobody watches it, but then like the things that have taken off, like, it's kind of crazy sometimes I'm like, wow, is that easy? Like that's Yeah, okay, well, I should stop putting thought into things and I should just comment on stuff. And it seems to actually work really well.

Bryant:

Yeah. And it's emotion that drives everything. So if you can make somebody laugh, laughter is usually and that there's some exceptions to the rule because if it's crude or not safe for work, that can kind of backfire. If you can make people laugh consistently, that's probably the best way to do it. I'd say the next best one is pissing people off. And that's usually where I land. I make a lot of people like me, but then I make a very large group of people very angry. If you can piss people off. It draws a lot of attention. Don't do it intentionally obviously.

David:

Alex, you gotta get on...tick people off

Bryant:

And then make people smile.

Alex:

You're speaking my language right now.

Bryant:

Yeah, so it is. That's everything is about being able to drive emotion to make things work on any platform, not just tiktok, it's all. And I'll tell you if you make people cry nine times out of 10 you'll cry alone. It's like that, uh, it's not Sheryl Crow. I always say maybe it's Sheryl Crow, the one that does the dog commercial with the dogs and missing eyes and arms and I will remember your song is playing. Have you guys ever seen that?

David:

I can't say that I have seen oh, and I apologize.

Bryant:

It does fine. It's the worst commercial ever made.

Because it's just making people sad. And it's gonna make somebody turn the channel. So if you're making people like you, you can bring tears, but it has to walk a really fine line of I'm crying but this is also really really endearing. Like when I did the video for my buddy that died in combat.

That got a lot of attention because I'm not just making people cry. I'm telling the story of how this guy changed my life. The real story that he passed was just kind of the hook.
But if it's just sadness, sadness, sadness, sadness, nobody's gonna pay attention.
But laughter and anger are usually the two that I've found that drive the most attention.

David:

Well, if I can make people angry while they laugh at my face, we should be off to a good start.

Bryant:

Win, win.

David:

Yeah, cool.

Well, so somebody gets into your funnel, right? And we say funnel, but you know, I mean, so what is it like, what are some of the first things that you like to try to talk to people about as far as like, where did you start someone on the journey to warrior ethos?

Bryant:

So believe it or not, I would start. A lot of the content that I produce is built to elicit a response from them. Because I can't really start somebody until I know our starting point. And that takes a two way conversation. So a lot of times what I'm trying to do is get them in a position to talk to me so that I can listen.

So I'll give you a practical example. A lot of young guys will say hey, man, I'm thinking about joining the military. Do you have any advice? And the simple answer is no. Because I don't know you. I don't know why you're wanting to join the military, like I said, so I'll start asking some really, really pointed questions to say, okay, you want to join the military? Let's talk about why. And let me make that question easier for you. Do you want to make a career out of it? Did you play Call of Duty and got inspired to do some of that stuff? Because I got some bad news for you if that's the case, you know, or is the military like, are you in a bad place socioeconomically and you see the military as a stepping stone to maybe another career that doesn't involve the uniform and when they answer that question, then I could say, okay, you want to use this as a stepping stone to a career, then I'll immediately say, okay, Airforce, you know, because that's the easiest route to getting a job even as an enlisted person that matches something you're going to be doing in the civilian world, right.

So a lot of where I start with people is in the listening phase, not even me trying to talk like I'll put stuff out there to get attention, but it's usually designed to elicit a response. So I can hear, okay, this is where this person is that now I can start to help them because I know where we're starting from.

15:00 - 20:00

Alex:

How long were you in?

Bryant:

Huh?

Alex:

How long were you in?

Bryant:

Eight years.

Alex:

But I think you know, sometimes, you know, just having somebody around.
You can call it a mentor, but just having somebody around that will, you know, ask the questions that your mind is blocking for you. Like, it's one thing to say, why am I joining the military? It's like, well, that's a difficult question. Because, you well, you're, you have your little, you know, you're looking at the world through toilet paper tubes as my as the guy, right. So you got to get the blinders on in your own mind. And so just having somebody to explain it to and then, you know, just the next question, the third question that a little bit digging of just the answer those questions can open up a lot in people so I love that.

Bryant:

Yeah, it's 100% it's, I can't tell how many people I've worked with don't come to me and say I'm lost. And I'll respond immediately with no you're not you know exactly what you need to do. You don't you just don't realize So let's start asking questions and then they figure it out on their own. Like, all the answers are in you, you just got to, you're not asking your brain the right questions so that I come in more as a person, especially in the coaching world. It's more asking questions to get them to discover their answers than it is, oh, I have all the answers. And I'm some super sage guru that's going to show you the exact path to your Shangri La knots. I just know the questions to ask you to get that subconscious part of your brain firing. So you can unlock your hundred percent 100%. Right.

Alex:

I think that helps people get out of their own way.

David:

I think that's true at every level. I mean, that's why I'm in mastermind groups. That's why I've had coaches, that's, you know, because a lot of times it's exactly that. I mean, tons and tons of times where I'll be stuck somewhere and somebody will suggest something and I'm just like, why? Why would I not like, you know, and yeah, so I think it's cool that you mentioned the people hate that answer that it depends.

But that's that's more like with the military. I mean, that's more often than not It depends is, is the answer to unfortunately a lot of really good opening questions to life. But I think that's some really good advice as far as getting around people who can ask you those questions and and really helpful, your own ideas.

Bryant:

Yeah. And I'll even tell them my story because everyone's like, why did you join the military and they're expecting this because of my persona, like it's gonna be this epic.

Well, there was, you know, my father fought for freedoms and died. I was like, no, I wanted to go to college. And my football scholarship didn't come through. So Uncle Sam was paying for it. There we go. Yeah. Wasn't begging about being a hero.

So I tell him like you don't have to have some grandiose. You know, Jesus came down and sat with you and explained to you that this is your mission for life. Like no, I didn't want to pay for college and my family made college mandatory as I don't want to go to college to play football. No, but it didn't work out.

Alex:

I think that's true for a lot of people who join the military. They're like, you know, I'm ambitious enough to know that if I do nothing, I'm going to be wasting a lot of time and I have no better option. I don't want to either don't want to go to college, can't afford college, don't have a good career don't live in a town that warrants some kind of, you know, high level career.

And so it's kind of like I want to do something that will give me skills that are productive for the rest of my life. And there's nothing immediately apparent, and I got it in time as a tickin. So I'll put on the green tuxedo on that something. Yeah. And I think that's why a lot of times, I don't know the statistics, I'd be curious to know the statistics, if how many military members come from small towns versus places like LA, New York City.

Bryant:

So you can, there's a way you can back into the numbers because the statistics...

Alex:

I'm sure that I just don't know. I don't. I don't want to know because then it's gonna mess with my..

Bryant:

It's gonna mess you up.

So what I can tell you is that typical soldiers come from families where their parents were a soldier, that that's where the bulk of the military folks come from.

Alex:

Oh, wow. That's interesting.

David:

That is…

Bryant:

Nowadays that is different, obviously in World War II because school teachers and janitors will get drafted and become Army Rangers or whatever.

Alex:

But people coming from boats over in Europe..

Bryant:

Right. And these days it says it's all volunteer. It's usually someone that grew up close to or in a military family that makes the call.

David:

Yeah, there's a lot of legacy behind that for sure. And I was one of those like, yeah, didn't have money for school. didn't know what I wanted to study. One of the good ones in Arkansas. Yeah.

Alex:

Arkansas sea point proven.

David:

Arkansas is actually a beautiful place. But you know..

Alex:

That state existed. So you just said the name again. Oh, forgot that was a place.

David:

You should visit sometimes. It's a great place. It's a great place.

I mean, but yeah, I mean, it's true, right? And that's one of those states. It's funny, cuz it's one of the most beautiful places I've ever lived, but it's also yeah, it is. It is small compared to a lot of other places. So, yeah. And I was ready to leave for sure.

Bryant:

I could dig it.

20:00 - 25:00

Alex:

Bryant, what are you working on now?

Bryant:

Right now I'm working on a program, called the 30 day change your life challenge. And so I started it on tiktok. It's actually taking a course that I created years ago, which is much longer, but I shortened it to 30 days. And basically what it does is it gives everybody a practical exercise. There's a coaching video on a practical exercise every day that if you implement these things, it's going to fundamentally change your life for the better.

In 30 days or less, usually what I find is the first lesson slash activity is so profound for a lot of people, because they haven't heard it. It's like yo, I'm already starting to change, right? And so I'm running that through tiktok, and then I'm doing a lot of live streams and coaching people in that way and then running my podcast are kind of the areas where I have my full court press focus right now my background project that I'm working on is something called the soldier printer startup kit. And so I'm already testing. I'm testing the concept right now with a bunch of guys that I'm coaching kind of behind the scenes not really on.

I've found that I'm on tiktok, but a lot of times it's behind the scenes. And I'm building courses to help existing service members like so for example, one of the guys I'm working with now is a ranger instructor. And he's like, what do I do when I become a civilian? I'm like, here's what we do. We're going to start networking now, I'm going to show you how to either build a freelance career now something that you can run while being a ranger instructor and not have to take up all your life, or how to start a business. So then when you come out of the military, you don't have to go into cubicle hell, like a lot of us do. Right?

Or go do some shit that you don't believe in. Like, you can have something set up where you can still take care of your family. So that's, I'm working on that behind the scenes. Right now, I'm working more on an individual basis with guys just to test the idea. But eventually I'm going to roll that out as a free course to existing service members and veterans to say, hey, if you take this course, it's going to help you get down the road to where you want to go.

Those are the two biggest things that I'm working on right now.

David:

I like that soldierprenuer. I mean, I like I like both of those things. I think I've been looking to do a 30 day challenge for something for a little while. I think they're a good idea, especially for you as I mean, it will help grow your platform and pull people in.

But I think that helping people find a purpose before they exit the military. Like, that's one of the reasons that I do a lot of stuff is because I realize, like, what, obviously there's an issue with people, depression, anxiety, suicide, the works when they get out of the military. And I think a large portion of that portion of that is that people kind of tie their identity and their purpose to the military. And then when that disappears, it's very, very, very rough. So if you can realize that your purpose isn't necessarily something you do so much as an emotion you feel related to a cause or serving or whatever.

Or you can create something for yourself, then that transition and I haven't left yet, but that's what I'm trying to do for myself. It's like I got to get this thing going so that I'm able to transition and still have a purpose, still have an identity, still have something to work towards. So I think that's really cool.

Bryant:

Yeah, and it's your hundred percent spot on and it's it's identity. And then there's this idea of, you know, when we come out, there's a really good chance it's not true for every person, especially depending on what you do in the military but it's, there's a really good chance that not only are you going to be like who am I now what's my purpose is, there's nothing going on out here that challenges me the way that these things I went through with my guys challenged me so it's like not only have I lost a sense of identity, not only am I doing some bullshit cubicle hell job that I don't even want to be in, right? It's damn none of this is challenging me to be a better person, nothing gives me the high let's say of being in a firefight, right?

A lot of that and so it's what I'm trying to help guys and ladies figure out is how do you create that in the civilian world for yourself because a lot of you know, obviously there's jobs you can get where you can get that same juice, but there's a good chance that that's not where you're going to land.

So if you create something yourself, then you give yourself and then you get that sense of identity because now my identity is this thing that I'm building. You know, my identity is who I am, but it's my purpose, this thing that I'm building for other people that's going to make them better and make us collectively stronger. And that just gives you the same kind of juice. You know, obviously, it's not like cocaine, heroin, high in combat. But and I say that never having done cocaine or heroin, I'm just making an assumption.

Alex:

They're very different.

You definitely know you're talking about like...

David:

It's a great adrenaline rush though. that's for damn. It's funny that we talked about this in the challenge, like so I'm reading the book Wild at Heart right now.

Bryant:

Yes.

25:00 - 30:00

David:

Yeah, and so Brandon Turner posted about it on his Instagram and I was like, okay, that sounds like a book I could read. I've read a lot of his recommendations and it is like just punching me in the gut right now. like holy crap. The reason I feel so like, domesticated like I hadn't thought the word domesticate I think he used that word, but I was like, oh man, that's it. Like the Marine Corps is incredible. But as I've gotten promoted as wars have died down like, it is not scratching the adventure itch, I don't like it, and I'm, I've been struggling for a while with a lot of stuff. And that book has just hit me in the face like, you're an idiot, you're an idiot. Here it is.

So like, I've been trying to do more stuff like swim in the Pacific without a wetsuit, or, you know, things I just challenged myself, but like, trying to book a hunting slash backpacking trip in Alaska this winter, so I'm like, I gotta do something I gotta get out of the office. And if that means I get eaten by a moose, like, whatever I got out of the office.

Bryant:

We're all getting out of here dead man.

You know, and if you get a chance, read the book, the journey of desire after that one, because I think that's the sequel. It's not necessarily a direct sequel, but it's a book you wrote after the fact, which is really good.

David:

Awkward pause while I write that down.

Bryant:

I love it.

Alex:

Yeah, I, well.

I might check that one out. But I'm habitually, or historically I'm not a big fan of Divi. I have Brandon's recommendation.

David:

Well.

Alex:

It actually speaks to that topic. Bryant, you buy real estate?

Bryant:

I have not since the last house that I sold. It's been a while since I've been in that game.

Alex:

Okay.

Bryant:

Yeah, I'm looking to get into, right now I've got a person who's a real estate tycoon who's kind of, he's working with my wife and I figured out some of the things that we're working on concurrently to figure out what the best move is in terms of because we're getting ready to buy some real estate to build our house.

So he's, he's looking to advise me on how to do that properly.

Alex:

That's primarily what you do here.

Bryant:

I'm getting ready to get back in the game. It's just all this other stuff has been my priority for now.

David:

Yes, of course. You can't. You can't go down that well, that's what primarily will be.

Alex, remember the conversation like a few weeks ago where you're like, we need more non real estate people on this podcast. You're welcome. Don't don't bring them back to real estate because I brought someone on who wasn't a real estate investor.

Bryant:

Yeah, not my it's not I so here's the thing. I was in commercial real estate for a while. That's the part of the billionaire's company that I ran as a commercial real estate operation, but not on the investment side.

Now, if you don't like wildheart, here's another book that you can give a shot called the way of men. That's a really good one, too. A lot of good shots there.

Alex:

I love me as a reader.

Bryant:

Yes, sir.

David:

Well, I don't know if you looked at his bookshelf, but..

Alex:

I'm looking at it.

David:

He probably bought all those and then put them all there to look at it.

Bryant:

Their props. It's all mean.

David:

That's what Alex does. He buys a hardcopy book and puts it in a bookshelf but he never actually reads the physical book. He only buys the book after he finishes the audiobook. That's actually Yeah, pretty much what I do, too. I really like books. I'm like, yeah, I'm gonna buy the hard copy.

Bryant:

Yeah. Do it backwards. I'll buy the book first and then I'll eventually listen to it.

David:

When you finally give up on picking it up, you're like, ahh.

Bryant:

My God, I gotta listen to the rest of this. I ain't got time for this.

David:

Oh man that’s too funny.

For sure.

Alex:

And there's nothing wrong with having a bookshelf as a prop. Okay, my bookshelf is definitely a prop so that people can be super impressed when they come over and they see my books.

Oh, and then inevitably, they crack one open and they can tell it's never been opened before. We’ll listen to it now. And now he's having this case.

David:

See, that's why I had kids. I can take my three year old and I can hand him a sharpie. It's sitting down on the couch, and he'll make it look like I read that because it's like, well, you've highlighted a lot of this. It's like, I don't know. phalluses drawn in it with a highlighter. Yeah, I don't even know how he knew that. But..Like you have Parkinson's, right? Right.

David:

I'm trying to figure out how to bring this back to a normal like where we left off.

So I'm gonna ask you, I'm curious what an example of a challenge you might suggest to like, like self imposed for someone to help if they don't feel like they're being challenged, like, is there? Are they specific like, hey, you should try this or is it more like just creating an environment for people to grow, or for them to create that themselves?

Bryant:

So I would if I was creating a challenge for somebody, I would get really, like if I was creating it for the individual, there would be an interview process where I figure out what's the thing kind of like John Eldridge says, what's the thing that makes your heart come alive? Right?

So if it's like, for me, if you wanted to challenge me, you'd probably give me something physical to do, like not a Murph because I hate CrossFit. Like, you got to go to the gym and you got to, you know, go through circuits and benchpress and 350 pounds or some crazy thing that I have to do.

But then there may be people who want to be more challenged intellectually, so I would do it and I would also, you know, obeying the fourth principle of economics, I understand that people resist to incentive so I'd find what is the thing in their life that they want that they're not getting. And I'd put that on the other side of the challenge like you are not allowed to have this thing until you complete this challenge. Right and so use the thing that they want us to leverage to get them busy working toward the thing that they know the thing that they're doing.

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David:

That's what I need to do. I need to start putting bread and ice cream outside when I go cycling.

Bryant:

Yeah, my gut tells me all the time like if you want to eat certain stuff cool just come with me on one of my three mile hills sprint workouts now you whatever you want with you know within reason at me whenever I want ends up being a whole pizza and three Cinnabon so I kind of have to keep it under wraps.

Alex:

I want as far as you want me to run for Cinnabon.

Alex

Bryant, what's your favorite flavor of ice cream?

Bryant:

Oh, oh God. It's a tie between cookie dough and strawberry cheesecake with the cheesecake chunks in it.

If you made me pick one private cheesecake.

Alex:

Okay, all right, that's acceptable.

David:

See I'm I'm I there are a lot of flavors of ice cream that are amazing. I usually go with either if it's a homemade place like a pistachio or like I like the cake batter but I am more of a vanilla ice cream with a really good brownie. That's my, that's my jam.

Bryant:

That's good too. And so in the interest of full disclosure, I'm not a huge ice cream fan.
I'm just using it as a delivery device to eat cookie dough and cheesecake just like when I go to Dairy Queen. I make them put eight times the normal cheesecake chunks in the stupid flurry thing that they make them like this is just a delivery device get the cheesecake in my mouth.

But yeah, flavor wise yet a good vanilla. You know, even like there's a spot there's a homemade spot not too far from where we live. They make frickin amazing chocolate ice cream.

David:

Where are you? Where are you living right now? Did you go back to DC?

Bryant:

Yeah, so I came back to DC I live on the Virginia side now.

David:

Awesome. I know Alex says too, but I love that we were there last year for a conference. And, man, I wish I'd spent more time downtown, like a pretty cool place.

Alex:

I love that city. Yeah. What a fantastic place. I went there again with Russell earlier this year in January, because I do photography.

So every time I go somewhere, I try to take pictures of the city and I get to think of churches. So I went to the National Cathedral you guys got over there. DC was just an incredible building.

Bryant:

It’s beautiful and clear.

David:

We're talking about photographing churches, right?

Alex:

Yeah. Where are you going with that? Hot shot?

David:

I just heard you say I have a thing for churches and I wanted to try to take that way out of context. Because I know that it doesn't mean Alex is in the front row praying.

Alex:

I'm okay, that's a whole other podcast. Okay.

Alex:

I like, I like churches.
David:

That is a beautiful church.

So, Bryant, what's next? what's the what's the what's on the horizon?

Bryant:

So right now we're in a state of transition where my wife is preparing to go to law school.

So I'm transitioning into being more of the Mr. Mom phase or Mrs. Dad, whichever, you know, I know. We're all obsessed with gender nowadays. So whichever one doesn't offend you, listeners.

David:

Day dad, is that the day? Yeah, is that a family made up?

Bryant:

Um, so I'm more involved actually, with my kids. Like, I'm homeschooling my kids during quarantine. And she's really studying to get ready, you know, to take her test to get ready to go to law school. And so I'll transition more into a supporting role, which is why I've kind of been focused on the things I've been focused on because they don't eat up a ton of my time, because they're things I've built over and over again, like the challenges and even the soldier printer startup kid. You know, I've been teaching guys and ladies how to do this for years.

So on my side, I've been working on things that don't take up a ton of time. So I've got my podcast, and I've got my tiktok. All my other social media kind of exists to serve those two worlds right there, kind of just a, like YouTube, for example, has become just a repository for videos and things that I'm doing somewhere else. But it's basically a tiktok podcast and some of these courses and challenges that I'm working on. But then it's full court press, you know, with the kids, I might you know, my kindergartener will sit right here in the chair that you guys can't see off screen, we'll do our lessons. You know, I was the coach of their football team until quarantine, but we still go outside and do football practice. So it's really, it's kind of a minute phase in my life where a lot of things have become about family time and creating an environment where the missus or Mikko who's also on tiktok can really, really focus on getting what she needs to get done.

David:

It sounds like a great phase of life to be in where you have enough success that you're able to continue being successful without having to miss out on the things that are important. I think a lot of people get so wrapped up in it, I was just talking about this on a podcast I recorded earlier where people get so wrapped up in the idea of success. It's like, well, what happens when you get 45 years old and you retire and you miss your whole life for. So that's what I'm trying to avoid for sure.

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Bryant:

Right. And it did you know, the obsession, like I have to do these things. Because, you know, once you know, and I'm a goals person, so I always have to set something like I'm gonna get down to 7% body fat, I'm gonna get a million followers on YouTube, like, I'm insane. Like, I have to have things to drive me. But the closer I would get to those things, I realized they're not really all that exciting. You know, like, I'm very grateful that hundreds of thousands or I guess millions of people every week, tune into what I'm doing on tiktok, and it's a blessing.

And with that comes the people that I never want to be around. So it's like you get there. And then you realize, Oh, that's why Dave Chappelle went to Africa, because it's just not a burden.

Alex:

It's a blessing and a burden.

Bryant:

Yeah, because you just you never because all the all the online president presences that I've built have been relatively large but small enough to where I don't attract too much crazy.

Tiktok on the other hand opened up the floodgates to like, Oh, this is why people turn their comments off. This is why people stop interacting with their audience because the crazies come out in droves, man. And I was like, yep, that's why Dave Chappelle flew to Africa. After that he was getting ready to get cut that $50 million check as it gets overwhelming.

And but the point is, you just realize that getting to this place isn't as exciting as I thought it was 15 years ago, when I started building all this stuff. It's like it's..

Alex:

It's just really, there's this really interesting bit in a book, a fantastic book by David Foster Wallace called Infinite Jest. And it talks about Americana and this materialism versus individualism. It's a super dense like 1100 page.

I mean, it's a tough book, but he has this about fame and he's like, you know, you're never gonna, you're never going to get to the place that you think you want to go if you're just chasing it for fame.

Bryant:

Right.

Alex:

It's like he says something like you can't put out a fire by putting it by breathing on it.

You can't fan a flame and make it go out. And so when you have this ambition to become this big thing. And then when you get there, it's like, dude, you've only made this thing worse for yourself, in many ways. And yeah, Dave Chappelle has been very open about he's spoken about on multiple occasions about the burden of that so I, you know, I think everybody naively would say, well, let me find out for myself.

Bryant:

Yeah.

Alex:

But yeah, it is something, I appreciate the insight. It's interesting.

Bryant:

And that's I'm glad I learned it early enough in my life to be like, dude, I don't need it to be complete. Like I was never looking for fame. It's just I always am crazy ambitious when I set my mind to do something.

Um, You know, I was content just to have a couple thousand people that gave a crap about me and just work with them and help them make their lives better.

But now now that I did kind of inadvertently get a taste of that internet fame, so to speak, it's like, okay, cool. I don't need to be obsessive about any of this stuff I just need to make with all my heart and mind to make and if it serves me helping people or getting them into one of these programs, where I can help them even further. Great. If it doesn't, I'm gonna go play soccer with my kids outside. I don't, I don't need to like it. I don't need to prove myself I guess is the thing. You know? Yeah. And it's because when you get there and you start proving yourself you're like, oh, this is exactly what it looks like from the outside.

David:

Yeah, just say Alex said people naively try to you know want to find out for themselves so I had heard a lot of people say this and and I am by no means like, famous enough that that's an issue yet, but you know, I always thought like, Oh, yeah, what a what a bad problem to have right? Danville Aryan as much as he is, like, you know, he's known for all kinds of crazy stuff. But I heard I think it was London real. He did an interview not too long ago and I heard him talking about it and the way he put it was just like, oh man, that makes sense. Like, he was basically like, being wealthy and being famous. He was like, the worst part about it is like, there's nowhere to go. He was like, I could have the best steak in the world and it wouldn't excite me because the only reasons the best is that I had the other best last week so there there's nothing left he's like I could have the best looking woman in the world and like he was literally just like, there's like no excitement left in my my life or nothing new for me to achieve or no like challenge like it was He's like, I've done it. Like what else? And I was like, man, that's that put it in perspective for me like, man. Yeah, yeah, at some point, you just get to a point where it's like, well, now what?

Bryant:

Now what?

David:

There's much more now what.

40:00 - 45:00

Alex:

And yeah, he's incredibly materialistic. So I think there's a lot of human challenge out there besides just can I get the best steak and can I..

Bryant:

Agree.

Bryant:

Yeah, that's true. And I'll give you kind of the altruistic flavor of that same notion is a person like me, whose soul is about warrior culture and helping other human beings. Once you realize the more people you reach, you can't help a lot of them.

And that kills me. It's like, I really want to help this dude that just came on my post and started screaming Trump 2020 on a post that was about you know, making pancakes or whatever, they had nothing but he's he's so lost in his, in his brain, that I can't even cut through the lunacy that's going on in there or sometimes it's just simple. It's it's forced simple mind in this to where I'd love to come in and show this guy how to win, but he's so committed to losing. And so that's the curse man, you help tons of people every day, man, you changed my life. You did this thing you inspired me but then you see the other group of people. That's like Damn, that's I can't help that and a person like me who gives a shit. It's hard.

You know, maybe maybe I have. Maybe I should turn off some of my empathy. I don't know. But it's, that's the altruistic curse. It's not the steak and the oh, let me get a nicer Ferrari because I don't need that shit. It's damn I'm starting to realize how many people I really cannot reach.
And that's tough.

Alex:

Yeah, well that sounds nice. give you your example sucked. Dan bilzerian I thought so before and then you and then you prove me right so..

David:

I'm here for you, Alex. But if I got nothing else out of this show. I'm glad that you appreciate me less.

Alex:

Oh, yeah, Bryant. Bryant’s like, yo, Bryant, let me tell you this guy had this show for two years and then he invited me here and then I just dogged him.

David:

And I was handed a microphone last weekend at a conference. And told, hey, why don't you introduce Alex? And you know what I said nice things, nice things because I thought, why would I bash my friend before he gives a presentation?

And you know what I should have done? I should have just gotten up and said, there's no introduction. Alex sucks. You don't want to, you should just turn off your cameras right now.

Alex:

To be fair, to be fair, to be fair, I would have preferred that. That would.

Bryant:

That would kill.

But you know, that's the secret. That's the secret that I heard Louie CK talking about that. And so in the long run, that's gonna help you because one of the things, you know, because I always listened to super successful people in interviews because they always share all their secrets.

And it's one of the things I teach my students to do is like, go list like, if you don't like reading, go listen to your favorite people do interviews with like, hour long interviews because they're gonna tell you everything. And one of the things Louie would talk about was on his show, he always wanted to lose in the scenarios he was in because he says for the audience that's always more interesting, because they can relate to the guy who keeps it like I'm married with children. And that's by design because the audience can relate to the do works at a shoe store.

He's just a lady.

Kids hate him. Like and it's obviously it's exaggerated, but everyone can relate to somebody taking an L .

Alex:

Yeah.

Bryant:

You know, so David's got the secret formula, man, get somebody that I need to get somebody to crap on me on my show.

That's what I'm missing.

David:

Well, I can't have Alex he's taken.

Alex:

Yeah, you can’t have me. Well you can but I'm expensive.

Bryant:

We’ll figure it out.

Yeah. So expensive. He buys his own shirts. It's easy. even wear my shirt. I sent him a shirt and he wore pink.

So, man, all right. A few questions that I always ask and I want to run through a real quick. The first is if an E one e two or you know a youngster, hipster, whatever we call people these days when they're young in the I walked up to you asking you for advice. You only had a few minutes to give them your best tip.

What would that be?

Bryant:

I would tell them.

Trust the process, first and foremost.

Secondly, do everything every school you can get sent to every opportunity for you to learn, take advantage of it, because it's going to make you more effective. But more importantly, it's going to make you more valuable to your team. And the more you can give to your team, the more that's going to come back to you in spades. Because like I tell everybody, you know, from the officer side of the house, my NCO is and soldiers made my career and that's not hyperbole. It's not me saying the right thing. It is the absolute effing truth, that these men are the reason why, you know, my unit kept winning all these awards because they kick ass.

I said, so if you trust the process, you trust the people around you. You trust assuming you have good leadership, right? You might be one of those rare people that's in a bad chain of command, but trust the process.

45:00 - 50:00

Bryant:

Learn everything you can and then give everything you've got, you know, it's like when I'm coaching my son's teams. Every time I coach a new team, I ask every kid to go around the circle and ask me, what's the definition of a winner? And they tell me all the guys that win the most points. Well, I said, a winner is a person who gives everything he or she has to help the team win. Period. I said, so in my book, regardless of what the scoreboard says, Now I want to win don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to come out here and take L's but if you gave everything you had on the field or on the court, and you could see look me in my face and say I gave everything to the team and we still just took the L than you want.

And it's the same thing for the young guys coming in. It's especially today with social media and all the different ideas floating around like trust the process, trust your team and give everything you have to them. Because it will always always come back. You know, heavy Good for you.

David:

Have you read a I can’t remember which one it is if it's Stephen Covey or the other covey but the speed of trust?

Bryant:

I have not had so much to read.

David:

I read that not too Long ago and it made it really hit home because it's basically just saying like, trusting you know, trust in general is like the fastest way to accomplish stuff. And I've really kind of started to notice, like when people do trust or don't care, like I used to break things down into, like micro managers and non micro managers and this and that and leadership stuff. And then I've just kind of realized, like, man, if you really sum it all down, it's like, if they trust you, things go really well. And if people don't trust you, or just aren't trusting things are very rough. It seems to be that you can break a lot of stuff down to that word.

And yeah, I agree. Like if you, that's one of the things I loved. I still love the military, though, is that team piece that you know that that's cool, man, I like that.

Bryant:

And taking the actions like doing everything you can to help your team is a form of love. And that goes back to sunsoo, who said, General, or anybody doesn't have to be a general who loves their soldiers like their own deal, dear children, those soldiers will follow him into death.

And a lot of people don't talk about love when they talk about son suicide. It sounds too soft. But that's the main takeaway from that book is if you look and if I love my men, I'm going to do everything I can to develop myself to serve them. And you can't lose when you have that type of mentality. Man.

Alex:

I love Sun Tzu so much that I had a tapestry of the book hanging in my walls.

Bryant:

That's awesome.

Alex:

I'll send you a picture of it.

Bryant:

Yeah dude send that to me. For real.

Alex:

I'll send it to you.

Bryant:

Try to get you on tik tok so I can follow you man start taking video that stuff.

Alex:

My life is too dope for tiktok okay can handle it.

Bryant:

You might be right.

David:

I've told you before that I think you would fit the personality well for tiktok but you know, Alex wants to stunt his own growth by being scared so that's not my problem.

Alex:

Ouch.

David:

Now he's now he's now he's gonna do it. You wait until tomorrow there will be a tiktok, subtle, subtle.

All right. What is one resource, a book, course, website, whatever that you would recommend. Normally I say people getting started in real estate but people getting started in.
Whatever, I don't know business, leadership.

Bryant:

So book wise, I'd tell them I'll even put it on the screen for the people that are watching. I'd say just start real simple, book wise if I can get my light here, there we go, oh, let's block the lights managing oneself by Peter F. Drucker real simple book takes about 45 minutes to read. It's like a little booklet, tons of value in there. I'm gonna selfishly say if somebody wanted to start their journey of taking command of their life in business to join either my 30 Day Challenge, which is 30days.BrianChambers.com and the follow on from that is a program that I run that's not free, called the good life playbook.

And that's it I learned about BrianChambers.com because what I did was I went around the world and started taking all these other people's and gurus courses. And then I was just like, I'm gonna do it better than all of them and make it cheaper. I'm going to do the Walmart online course.

And then just let all my customers say did you know I was in so and so's course and they didn't even teach this stuff you're teaching for, you know, one 16th of the price or whatever. So that's where I'd send people in terms of courses because then they'll also get to interact with me directly and I can help them and we even get them hooked up with one coach if that's what they need. I've got a network of folks that I hope people out with.

Alex:

It's 30 days, David you and I should do this 30 I'm excited let's do this 30 day challenge on tiktok because I want to do tiktok no, I really don't want to but now I want to do it just told me that I am scared.

Alex:

Some people's negative reinforcement doesn't work, but I am not one of those people. It works on me. It works on me just my ego a little bit my delicate little ego and I will deliver

Bryant:

That’s it.

David:

Oh man.

Alex:

I like that. So I want to try the 30 Day Challenge.

David let's do it.

50:00 - 55:00

All right deal will do. As long as Bryant follows me on tiktok.

Bryant:

Yeah, I might not already be following you buddy?

David:

I have no idea.

David:

I don't I don't have that many followers, so..

Alex:

I want to make a tiktok. I'll make a tiktok but I'm gonna wait till this episode is released and that way people listen to this we can all do it together.

Bryant:

Your military millionaire on tik tok, right?

David:

Yeah, I think it's I think that's what if I don't have my phone on me, something like that.

Bryant:

If I'm not falling because you came up with my stuff, but if because I've liked a couple of your videos.

David:

Look at that. See, I'm a rock star even though I have no followers.

Tiktok is my worst platform.

Alex:

I have two followers by the way and no videos so..

David:

I’m one of your followers. I'm pretty sure one of your followers.

Alex:

Alright perhaps.

Bryant:

Alright, confirmed I am now following you. Oh, yeah.

Yeah, if you guys so if you guys do the 30 day challenge and you make tik tok videos, tag me in them so I can show love I can promote them.

And so if you guys use Facebook, we have a private Facebook group where we do the discussions. If you don't use Facebook, I had a guy set up a Reddit page for me to have a handful of people that are like, I don't use Facebook, they're spying on us like that's true. Very true.

Alex:

Yeah, I don't use Facebook if they're spying on us. But I have a Google phone.

I'm safe. Google.

I can put exactly my GPS coordinates in this.

Bryant:

That's what I laugh about. It's like, I don't use Facebook, but then they have an Alexa in their house and an Xbox.

David:

Or, or they're the people who were totally okay with the idea of using a contact tracing app. And they don't seem to realize the irony, right?

Like, well, yeah, but it's just to track if I've been around someone who was sick, like, give it you think it's just gonna magically stop.

Alex:

Yo, I went to the gym today and they stuck a thermometer on my forehead.

I was not happy about it.

Bryant:

Oh, their tests.

Well, at least your gyms are open and we're still waiting to say.

Alex:

Yes. I got it. I think I had to go back in immediately.

David:

You know, I laugh but our gym opened only for a few hours here and there on base. And the first day I went in, so only like 20 people are allowed in.

They closed every other machine so that you can't be within six feet. You have to wear masks, you have to carry a towel, you have to sanitize like they're like stations every, like 20 feet to make sure you're sanitizing everything. And you have a one hour limit.

So like I showed up, and they were like, well, you got 23 minutes till the next person's time's up. So just hang tight, and I just stand there like.

Bryant:

Wow.

David:

And then I had to wear this stupid mask and all this stuff. And I was still like, I'm in the gym, you know? And I'm like, I'm telling myself like, this is the like, this is worse than working out in Afghanistan with sandbags. And I'm happy about it. What more..

Bryant:

Like what is wrong?

Now, best kept secret. If you guys have local parks, where you're from that have gyms, go there because you usually like six bucks a day, but the best kept secret because only old people work out there. Unless you go at night that's when all the getting laid people show up. But if you go during the day, it's all old ladies that just oh, there's that handsome guy again that clearly doesn't have a job.

Do you have a gym to yourself?

Alex:

It's all entrepreneurs or all old people.

David:

That's true.

All right, so the one last question I always ask is before we wrap this up, you know where can people get a hold of you but I know you mentioned so it was I want to make sure I got this right 30days.BrianChambers.com?

Bryant:

Yes, sir.

David:

And [email protected]?

Bryant:

Yeah, just remember, it's Briant with a T. A lot of people don't put the T at the end of Bryan. And then they're like the link doesn't work like.

David:

Well make sure to link it in. Is there anywhere else that you want people to follow you?

Bryant:

So this is what I tell people. If you like me, follow me on tiktok. It's @BrianChambersspeaks but if you love me, subscribe to my podcast. It's called the Brian Chambers movement. It's on every device that you can put from Google, podcast, Apple podcast, Spotify, Stitcher to Alexa. Cast box. I'm on all of it. So.

Alex:

Tiktok it is.

David:

And that was the Briant Chambers movement right?

Bryant:

Are you sure I can borrow Alex for a very good life show?

David:

Oh, you should, you should hear when we have someone on the show that we both know. It's brutal. And because then it's like threefold and we're just talking smack we had the last interview we did was like two weeks ago, it was a guy that we both know is a very successful real estate investor.

And I kind you not this is Alex's, like out the gate question is alright, so Bill talked to me about YouTube. And I was just like, it's like, the show went great, but it's just funny cuz it was like, I know where do we know what he was going for, for like pre recording, but it was like, and this is our starting all right.

Talk to me about the sky. Like.

Bryant:

It's awesome.

55:00 - 58:37

David:

Yeah, Alex and I we have a You know, we talk all the smack we're still on the recording, but I don't know what it was like so my first memory of him met him in 2018 at fin con, and his financial convention. It was in Orlando. And I remember I went to this little real estate people hanging out by the pool, and we were drinking Corona.

That I don't know if it was Alex who actually paid for it but had not been purchased at the hotel. So we got kicked out of the pool area. So we took all the coronas Sunday in a backpack. And then we went into a restaurant and took it out of the backpack and poured it into their glass and drank another beer and then we got kicked out of there. And we went to them like this awards thing that night. I remember us getting drunk on coronas which smuggled into the hotel in the back and just laughing about Alex the real estate people at this financial convention were the worst people.

And I'm like, this is my crowd. Like, we're the enlisted guys in the back of them like this is it? We're drunk in the back of an award ceremony talking about shit like this is awesome. Yeah, Alex and I became well, at least in my opinion. besties but I don't know if he hated me long enough that he's stuck with me now.

Bryant:

Well hate sometimes I'll keep it together better than love man.

Alex:

Hate and love are closer. Then we have..

Bryant:

Razor thin difference between those two things.

David:

But he says he likes you until like we both just show up in DC like brah yeah.

Bryant:

And you guys show up in DC, holler at me.

Now I'm too old to show people around because I'm frickin married and have 47 kids . I actually went to a conference three years ago. It's actually one of my boys running it.

And he has a great course on how to start a social media marketing business, but I'm one of the guys there who was already like a multimillionaire and been all over the world. He was just kind of hanging out.

So he and I and a couple other people kind of huddled up, he's like, hey, yo, B. I need two things, man. I need a burrito. And women and I was like, we're in the suburbs brah and this is Virginia on the east coast. Like there's no burritos, like you want to go to Taco Bell. Like in strip clubs, like We're gonna have to go. I said first of all my wife, I'm gonna have to show you where it is because I can't go my wife will murder me.

But yeah, same situation, man, so I can show you probably the monuments of the African American History Museum. I can get Alex out to the churches because there's really dope churches up 16th street I don't know if you made that trip.

David:

Just make sure it's not like a Sunday.

Alex:

Don't don't don't threaten me with a good time, bro. I will show up at your door my pink shirt you like I have over committed to this friendship.

Bryant:

And then I'll just say hey, manage your expectations.

David:

Oh my gosh.

Bryant:

I drive a minivan. So this is only gonna be so awesome.

David:

I am so glad that this did not disappoint. I was like, man, I don't know. I've never reached out to anyone on tik tok before about being on a podcast.

This has been a good man.

Bryant:

Oh, yeah, this has been a blast. Man. You guys are awesome.

David:

I appreciate it. I look forward to our challenge. So I'm gonna try to get this one edited and I'm going to try to push it up in the food chain of videos so that we can start getting on that see what's up. So when it ever comes out.

Bryant:

And if you do video clips on tiktok, let me know. So I can do edit, and just say hey, I'm on this thing and they got an awesome podcast, come check and especially for the veterans that follow me

David:

Like it, Yeah, I will absolutely do that.

Alex:

Love you now. I'm gonna use tik tok more.

Thank you. You're fantastic.

Bryant:

Appreciate it.

David:

Yeah. Great.

End:

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Bryant Chambers on The Military Millionaire Podcast

Episode: 97

Bryant Chambers

Join David Pere and Alexander Felice with Bryant Chambers as they talk about living with a warrior mindset. The warrior ethos is doing everything you can to make yourself great so that you can help the tribe you’re responsible for. He shares his different ventures on various platforms and how he made things work.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How to get big on any platform and the power of TikTok
  • How to set challenges for people that need help
  • Balance time and not getting wrapped up in the idea of success
  • The curse of not being able to help everyone
  • The importance of trusting the process
  • The significance of learning and education

~

About Bryant Chambers:

Founder, Bryant Chambers Media – Using Online Media To Empower World-Changing Entrepreneurs.

I started my media company to serve my fellow veteran business owners. I was frustrated watching many of my friends overpay for consulting services that did not drive results. So I decided to help by offering military-grade coaching and consulting for leadership, marketing, and innovation.

Here’s how we can help you and your business:

-Mindset Coaching (All success begins in your mind)

-Leadership Development Coaching and Facilitation

-Digital Marketing Strategy Consulting

-Product & Service Innovation Consulting

Founder, The Bryant Chambers Movement – Online Education & Training

Our education system failed us and is now failing our children. Professionals are having to take on back-breaking debt just to learn skills that are very quickly becoming commoditized by the internet and modern technology.

I started the Bryant Chambers Movement to give you and future generations a leg up on life. Our schools and churches haven’t properly taught us how to build successful careers, families, or happy lives. I’m disrupting this trend using the knowledge and experience I’ve developed as a military and Fortune 500 leader, a business owner, and a happy family man.

The Bryant Chambers Movement provides online training and education in the areas of personal and professional development. We are perpetual learners who pass on what we’ve learned from some of our world’s greatest heroes.

~

Advice to an 18-20-year old:

Trust the process, take every learning opportunity you can and educate yourself so that you can give back to your team!

Recommended resource(s):

Managing Oneself – Peter Drucker

You can find Bryant Chambers on…

Brant Chambers Media: learn.bryantchambers.com

Website: https://bryantchambers.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bryantchamberspage/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bryantchamberslives/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE9hof-ws69ERKsizxAoLNw

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryantchambers/

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bryantchambersspeaks

Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bryant-chambers-movement/id1463252321

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