Every year, thousands of entrepreneurs hit a breaking point and realize they aren’t as healthy as they need or want to be for their business and more importantly for their family.

Many continue to get in worse shape every year because they focus their efforts, as well as spending small fortunes on “quick fixes” rather than long-term solutions… especially when they allow business to take over their time, mental energy, and essentially their entire life.

Some eventually find their way to more customized solutions that are designed for the entrepreneur lifestyle. These solutions, that I provide, help them become the healthy husband and fit father they want to be for their families.

Rick Barker, (successful businessman & owner of Music Industry Blueprint) used to be one of those unhealthy entrepreneurs looking for a solution…

“I LOOKED LIKE I ATE A THIRD GRADER!”

“I consistently weighed about 175-180 lbs. Then 20 years ago I went to jail, and I came out of there about 60 lbs heavier. I had quit smoking and replaced it with all this bad food.

At the time I had a job on the radio as a DJ and people were always trying to get me to use and promote their products so that I could say how much I had lost. I was just putting so much crap in my body.

THERE WAS NO PHOTOSHOP FIX… NOTHING MY VIDEOGRAPHER COULD DO.

Mentally I decided, “I’m just a heavy guy”. I started blaming my metabolism. And my poor choices from the 80’s.

I saw the results that a buddy of mine was getting. I was kind of in a place towards the end of the year where I had been shooting videos for my programs…

…and there was one where I was sitting down in a chair and I looked like I ate a third grader!

There was no photoshop fix…nothing my videographer could do.

I said, “Crap, I need to do something…”

And that’s when watched one of your videos and decided…

IT WAS FINALLY TIME TO GIVE MY WIFE THE “BOYFRIEND” I PROMISED HER FOR OUR 10TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY…

Instead of giving me an “impossible” program, Ollie (my coach) asked me…

“Could you give me ten minutes?”

Check to see the FULL 9-minute 48-second interview…

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