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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

Need vs Want | 197

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the classic need versus want dichotomy. As human beings, we have a tendency to focus on what we want while conveniently ignoring what we need to do to get to where we're trying to go. I've said it before and I'll say it again: wanting something doesn't make it happen, only action can do that.

15 MIN6 d ago
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Need vs Want | 197

Permission-Based

EGerritt discusses being permission-based. When we're young, we're expected to ask permission before we do certain things, depending on how old we are. This is usually done to keep us safe. While the habit of asking for permission is usually to keep us safe when we're young, it can have the opposite effect when we're adults.

15 MIN1 w ago
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Permission-Based

Taking Responsibility | 195

EGerritt discusses the story of the 300 Spartans and the importance of taking responsibility. In life, we need to show up each day and be someone who takes responsibility for our actions but what does taking responsibility for our life even look like? In short, taking responsibility means doing the work necessary to accomplish our goals, whatever they may be.

15 MIN1 w ago
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Taking Responsibility | 195

Choosing Sides

EGerritt discusses Margaret Thatcher, the former prime minister of the United Kingdon, and the importance of choosing sides. When we choose a side in life, we create a public symbol that shows others where we stand. This is important because publicly choosing a side has a tendency to naturally reveal those who stand with us and those who stand against us which is valuable information in its own right.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Choosing Sides

SNUBA Lessons

EGerritt discusses his recent trip to Mexico with his wife and the three lessons he learned while on a snuba diving expedition. First, we control our environment; second, don't move too fast; and third, point of view is important. With the global health pandemic still going on, it can be easy to feel like we don't control our environment, we keep having to make changes to our business model just to stay relevant, and the sky is falling. Spoiler alert: it's not.

14 MIN2 w ago
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SNUBA Lessons

Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the pitfalls of self-fulfilling prophecies. In life, sometimes we're subject to a jarring experience which alters our worldview, for better or worse. In the worse case, it's not uncommon for the experience to consume us such that we build walls up around ourselves and what we believe we're able to accomplish. Are you ready to break down those walls and get after it?

15 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

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 MINJUL 9
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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 MINJUL 7
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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 MINJUL 2
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 MINJUN 30
Comments
Leadership Delegation & Growing Pains

Latest Episodes

Need vs Want | 197

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the classic need versus want dichotomy. As human beings, we have a tendency to focus on what we want while conveniently ignoring what we need to do to get to where we're trying to go. I've said it before and I'll say it again: wanting something doesn't make it happen, only action can do that.

15 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Need vs Want | 197

Permission-Based

EGerritt discusses being permission-based. When we're young, we're expected to ask permission before we do certain things, depending on how old we are. This is usually done to keep us safe. While the habit of asking for permission is usually to keep us safe when we're young, it can have the opposite effect when we're adults.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Permission-Based

Taking Responsibility | 195

EGerritt discusses the story of the 300 Spartans and the importance of taking responsibility. In life, we need to show up each day and be someone who takes responsibility for our actions but what does taking responsibility for our life even look like? In short, taking responsibility means doing the work necessary to accomplish our goals, whatever they may be.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Taking Responsibility | 195

Choosing Sides

EGerritt discusses Margaret Thatcher, the former prime minister of the United Kingdon, and the importance of choosing sides. When we choose a side in life, we create a public symbol that shows others where we stand. This is important because publicly choosing a side has a tendency to naturally reveal those who stand with us and those who stand against us which is valuable information in its own right.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Choosing Sides

SNUBA Lessons

EGerritt discusses his recent trip to Mexico with his wife and the three lessons he learned while on a snuba diving expedition. First, we control our environment; second, don't move too fast; and third, point of view is important. With the global health pandemic still going on, it can be easy to feel like we don't control our environment, we keep having to make changes to our business model just to stay relevant, and the sky is falling. Spoiler alert: it's not.

14 MIN2 w ago
Comments
SNUBA Lessons

Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

EIn this episode, Gerritt discusses the pitfalls of self-fulfilling prophecies. In life, sometimes we're subject to a jarring experience which alters our worldview, for better or worse. In the worse case, it's not uncommon for the experience to consume us such that we build walls up around ourselves and what we believe we're able to accomplish. Are you ready to break down those walls and get after it?

15 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

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 MINJUL 9
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 MINJUL 7
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 MINJUL 2
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 MINJUN 30
Comments
Leadership Delegation & Growing Pains
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