Success Profiles Radio 01/25/16 show

Rich Franklin, former UFC champion, was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. We discussed how he became interested in MMA, what he did before he began his fight career, and some of his most memorable fights.

We discussed the importance of mindset to achieving anything significant. In particular, I asked him about his self-talk as he approached the Octagon before a fight. In addition, we talked about how he dealt with failure and losing, and what we can take away from that discussion.

We also talked about how fighting prepared him for leadership in the corporate world, as well as the various companies he started after retiring from fighting. Rich also talked about his current role as a VP at ONE Championship, which is a promotion based in Singapore. Finally we talked about his affiliation with Armor Gel, which is a non-toxic topical gel used to treat minor cuts, lacerations, abrasions, burns, and more.

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