To be successful as an adult, it’s important to go all the way back to your roots and remember what’s at your core. That’s a key point from this week’s guest, entrepreneur Ryan Schultz. Schultz has been involved with numerous brands and projects on the rise, including ROMWOD, or Range of Motion Workout of the Day.
Good business practices are based on good principles, Schultz says. And those often stem from the values you learned as a kid — like being kind and treating others the way you want to be treated. Schultz shares his story about why it’s important to him to integrate his beliefs with his actions and how doing the same can help lead you down the path to your own success in both work and life.
What You’ll Learn:
- Focus on giving back to others
- See how business is circular — what you put out, comes back
- Find skills and work ethic through service
- Integrate your principles into your work habits
- Think about the example you’re setting for young people
“I think I was put on this planet to help people and that’s what I try to do.” -Ryan Schultz
“It’s just trying to do what’s right for people … and if you help enough people get what they want in life, in turn, you will get what you want in life.” -Ryan Schultz
“When you take the simple principles you learned in kindergarten and apply them to business, you find success. I think that’s where a lot of my successes come.” -Ryan Schultz
“I think every single person needs to be in some form of service at some point in their lives.” -Ryan Schultz
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