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TACTICAL BUSINESSMAN

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TACTICAL BUSINESSMAN

TACTICAL BUSINESSMAN

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The Tactical Businessman is a podcast committed to one thing: Empowering people to find the answers they already know exists. Gerritt Bake is a retired SWAT officer and former undercover detective ready to equip you with the tools, tactics, and techniques needed to achieve success in every facet of your life. There is an approach to get what you want out of life..a tactical approach.

Latest Episodes

Interview with Brad Gibb

EGerritt interviews Brad Gibb, co-founder of Tactical Cash Flow. Tactical Cash Flow "empower[s] those seeking a life of financial independence with the tools and strategies necessary to grow wealth, build cash flow, and create financial freedom... True freedom allows you to spend time with the people you want, where you want, and when you want because your income isn’t limited to your time."

42 MIN2 d ago
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Interview with Brad Gibb

Hesitation Decimation | 190

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the pitfall of hesitation. While it's important to take some time preparing to make a decision, it's also important to pull the trigger and do something. If we spend too much of our time planning, we risk overanalyzing a decision to the point where we don't do anything at all (which a decision in and of itself).

14 MIN4 d ago
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Hesitation Decimation | 190

Know Your Audience

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the importance of knowing your audience. If you've ever run advertisements and haven't had success, it's possible because it wasn't speaking to the right audience. Modern technology allows for a variety of unique insights in to the people who consume our content and if you're not taking advantage of it, you're falling behind.

16 MIN1 w ago
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Know Your Audience

Leadership Delegation & Growing Pains

EGerritt discusses leadership delegation and growing pains. Leadership delegation is about empowering the people underneath you on the corporate organizational structure to make their own decisions and effectively employing it can be the difference between success or failure. When a company experiences rapid growth, the ceo can't be the only person responsible for making decisions anymore otherwise nothing will ever get done. Or at least not as quickly as it could.

17 MIN1 w ago
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Leadership Delegation & Growing Pains

Interview with Chris Lee

EGerritt interview Chris Lee, an entrepreneur from Washington. Chris is no stranger to hard work and began his career at 12 years old, delivering papers to the town of 2,400 that he grew up in. Like many entrepreneurs, Chris stumbled at first but today he runs a successful solar installation business. Gerrit and Chris discuss growing up in small-town America, working smart, and taking action.

37 MIN2 w ago
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Interview with Chris Lee

Coronavirus Frustration

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses his frustrations associated with the coronavirus. Since a global health pandemic was declared in March, governments around the world have shut down large swaths of their respective national economy. This sudden change has come with seemingly contradictory information from the same government which is responsible for shutting everything down. This leads Gerritt to question the validity of the heightened sense of importance with which the coronavirus is being given.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Coronavirus Frustration

Interview with Joel Anderson

EGerritt interviews Joel Anderson, a former police colleague who currently operates a gym in Arizona. Joel has competed in the United States Police & Fire Championship, an Olympic style event for cops and firefighters, and won his division four years in a row. Gerritt and Joel discuss the importance of balance across all areas of life and dangers associated with becoming hyperfocused on any one thing.

37 MIN3 w ago
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Interview with Joel Anderson

Police & Raciscm

EGerritt discusses the intersection of racism, policing, and how it relates to your life. Most cops and most protestors are decent people simply trying to live their lives but when we get caught up focusing on the bad apples in the bunch, we drift away from focusing on the solutions necessary to deal with the root of the problem. This applies to business, marriage, and a family too.

18 MIN3 w ago
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Police & Raciscm

100,000 Downloads!

EThe Tactical Businessman Podcast crosses 100,000 downloads and Gerritt thanks his audience for their growing support. Gerritt discusses managing work-life balance and the impact it has on our dreams. Spending your mental energy trying to solve all your problems all the time leads to decision fatigue and we become stuck. How to we get out of this rut? Find out on episode 183 of the Tactical Businessman Podcast.

15 MINJUN 11
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100,000 Downloads!

Dirty Work

EGerritt discusses the "dirty work" behind every successful person. It's easy to look past all the hard work it took for them to get there but any person who has achieved professional and personal success will tell you that most of the work required to get there is not easy. Getting up early, jogging that extra mile, doing an extra set at the gym, or taking the time to be introspective enough to understand the toxic aspects of our personality aren't suggestions for success, they're necessary.

14 MINJUN 9
Comments
Dirty Work

Latest Episodes

Interview with Brad Gibb

EGerritt interviews Brad Gibb, co-founder of Tactical Cash Flow. Tactical Cash Flow "empower[s] those seeking a life of financial independence with the tools and strategies necessary to grow wealth, build cash flow, and create financial freedom... True freedom allows you to spend time with the people you want, where you want, and when you want because your income isn’t limited to your time."

42 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Interview with Brad Gibb

Hesitation Decimation | 190

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the pitfall of hesitation. While it's important to take some time preparing to make a decision, it's also important to pull the trigger and do something. If we spend too much of our time planning, we risk overanalyzing a decision to the point where we don't do anything at all (which a decision in and of itself).

14 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Hesitation Decimation | 190

Know Your Audience

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the importance of knowing your audience. If you've ever run advertisements and haven't had success, it's possible because it wasn't speaking to the right audience. Modern technology allows for a variety of unique insights in to the people who consume our content and if you're not taking advantage of it, you're falling behind.

16 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Know Your Audience

Leadership Delegation & Growing Pains

EGerritt discusses leadership delegation and growing pains. Leadership delegation is about empowering the people underneath you on the corporate organizational structure to make their own decisions and effectively employing it can be the difference between success or failure. When a company experiences rapid growth, the ceo can't be the only person responsible for making decisions anymore otherwise nothing will ever get done. Or at least not as quickly as it could.

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Leadership Delegation & Growing Pains

Interview with Chris Lee

EGerritt interview Chris Lee, an entrepreneur from Washington. Chris is no stranger to hard work and began his career at 12 years old, delivering papers to the town of 2,400 that he grew up in. Like many entrepreneurs, Chris stumbled at first but today he runs a successful solar installation business. Gerrit and Chris discuss growing up in small-town America, working smart, and taking action.

37 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Interview with Chris Lee

Coronavirus Frustration

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses his frustrations associated with the coronavirus. Since a global health pandemic was declared in March, governments around the world have shut down large swaths of their respective national economy. This sudden change has come with seemingly contradictory information from the same government which is responsible for shutting everything down. This leads Gerritt to question the validity of the heightened sense of importance with which the coronavirus is being given.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Coronavirus Frustration

Interview with Joel Anderson

EGerritt interviews Joel Anderson, a former police colleague who currently operates a gym in Arizona. Joel has competed in the United States Police & Fire Championship, an Olympic style event for cops and firefighters, and won his division four years in a row. Gerritt and Joel discuss the importance of balance across all areas of life and dangers associated with becoming hyperfocused on any one thing.

37 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Interview with Joel Anderson

Police & Raciscm

EGerritt discusses the intersection of racism, policing, and how it relates to your life. Most cops and most protestors are decent people simply trying to live their lives but when we get caught up focusing on the bad apples in the bunch, we drift away from focusing on the solutions necessary to deal with the root of the problem. This applies to business, marriage, and a family too.

18 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Police & Raciscm

100,000 Downloads!

EThe Tactical Businessman Podcast crosses 100,000 downloads and Gerritt thanks his audience for their growing support. Gerritt discusses managing work-life balance and the impact it has on our dreams. Spending your mental energy trying to solve all your problems all the time leads to decision fatigue and we become stuck. How to we get out of this rut? Find out on episode 183 of the Tactical Businessman Podcast.

15 MINJUN 11
Comments
100,000 Downloads!

Dirty Work

EGerritt discusses the "dirty work" behind every successful person. It's easy to look past all the hard work it took for them to get there but any person who has achieved professional and personal success will tell you that most of the work required to get there is not easy. Getting up early, jogging that extra mile, doing an extra set at the gym, or taking the time to be introspective enough to understand the toxic aspects of our personality aren't suggestions for success, they're necessary.

14 MINJUN 9
Comments
Dirty Work
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