Tony Grebmeier is the host of The Tony G Show– a candid podcast that guides entrepreneurs on their journeys to personal growth. In today’s episode, Tony opens up about his struggles with drug addiction, and reveals the transformational decisions that helped him rebuild his life and his business. He also talks about abandoning ego, the power of accountability, and knocking on doors until the right person answers.
- Why you should never stop asking questions
- Building an accountability community
- The brain dump exercise
- Needs vs. wants
- How to develop an abundance mentality
Tony Grebmeier is a builder. He is most known for building a multi-million dollar business with his childhood friends, but Tony’s real mission in life is to build a community where struggling entrepreneurs can achieve their dreams – no matter their pasts. He started his first business – the neighborhood baseball card trading post – out of his mom’s garage at the age of 14. By the time he was 18, he had held 16 jobs and was only fired once – for giving his brother an ice cream cone.
In 1996, Tony launched his first online business in Silicon Valley, a Web traffic and marketing company, which eventually turned into his first supplement company. In 2001, he went on to build his second supplement company, ShipOffers, with two of his childhood best friends, Doug Roberts and Gil Gerstein. Fifteen years later, ShipOffers is an eight-figure business that has been an Inc. 5000 Company for the past three years in a row.
Tony launched his podcast, The Tony G Show in 2015, bringing together his loves for business, radio and life. Each week, Tony welcomes a new guest to not only share to-the-point, actionable tips for business success, but also to share their journey in an authentic and transparent way. You can learn more about Tony at LinkedIn.