Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Mr Ron Fugle.
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Joining the military back in 1998 Ron performed the role of tank member crewman for three years before departing the armed forces and setting off on his entrepreneurial venture.
Working in a series of motor dealerships he always knew that he was on a different path, and with a show like Join Up Dots demonstrating this everyday, the path can appear at anytime.
There is literally no time like the present to start taking the first step on the road that feels so right and is unique to that individual.
So in Jan 2014, Ron Fugle powered up his microphone and launched the Fire & Adjust Podcast, providing support and content for military veterans across the world.
And with the response being phenomenal and the progress of the show showing that if you target a niche and do it the right way, then you have a great chance of a future that is nothing short of a wow.
So what does Ron Fugle consider to be the big takes from his life in the Army?
What was the tipping point to start speaking to the world and putting himself out there?
And if he could share the things that have made it easier to transition from the forces to an entrepreneurial life what would they be?
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Mr Ron Fugle.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How there comes a time in the words of Michael O’Neal “That you know too much” and how important that is to someone who is ready to start!
How he states that “The War Of Art” by Steven Pressfield is such an amazing resource, and helped him overcome his fears!
How if it wasn’t for a shoulder injury he would have been in the army for 20 years!
How the Army is the maximum peer group for success!
How like so many of us he feels the imposter syndrome strongly and struggles to overcome it in all new ventures he undertakes!
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