May 31, 2021
What do you think of when you hear the word "warrior"? Most people think of violence or skills in battle - but a real warrior embodies peace and positivity more than he does aggression and ego (and that's only the most basic definition of who and what a warrior is).
Brent Cash is a police officer and a martial arts master and teacher with over 40 years of experience, practice, and competition. In every part of his work and mentorship, Brent is dedicated to being the example of a modern-day warrior, through his principles, his habits, and his presence in his community.
On this episode of The Tactical Entrepreneur Podcast, Steve and Brent dive deep on what it means to be a warrior and how Brent grew into a warrior through his relationship with his father and his own discipline, how to cultivate the kind of self-awareness that allows you to intentionally and constantly improve yourself, your business, and your daily routine, how Brent raised up a champion or two of his own, and the signs to help you recognize a true warrior when you see one. Listen in for an enlightening interview that will bring you in tune with yourself and your highest potential.
What You’ll Learn:
"What I've learned in those 44 years is the need for peace, the need for love, the need for kindness, the need for being humble. And if I could share anything with somebody, I would say that the warrior is somebody that is worthy of being emulated for those attributes more than for their physical prowess or their physical skills or their capabilities. That's the easy part. The hard part is dealing with your personal ego."
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How to Get Involved:
Steve Schabaker is the co-founder of Sheepdog Firearms as well as an entrepreneur, bestselling author, and marketer. Between his business and his content, Steve is educating firearm owners and armed professionals and setting a new standard for shops and training centers in the industry.
You can visit Sheepdog Firearms online, or reach out directly to Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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