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Blunt Talk


Gino Arcaro is a former police officer/detective and College Law Enforcement program co-ordinator and professor. He is a widely-published author, gym owner, strength and football coach. Blunt Talk podcast gives Gino a voice to inspire the entire planet "To Lift" – each other and themselves – on any field and in any field. Read his book Soul of a Lifter, available on Amazon, to get an in-depth insight into how to improve your life and reach your fullest potential.

Apr 27, 2015

Competition will make you or break you. The fear of competition is one of the top five fears that break you by holding back full potential. You can run scared from competition your whole life or you can compete hard. Either way, real-life is a “selection” competition. Selected for jobs, selected for teams, selected for promotion, selected by customers, or elected by voters. Elected and selected are separated by only one letter. Professionally or personally, you have to compete for what you want and to keep what you have. Otherwise, real-life will eat you alive. How you compete to be elected and selected determines whether your dreams come alive or die. Today’s guest is City of Welland Mayor Frank Campion. Mayor Campion discusses his story about how he was elected. #peace

 

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Cathy Berkhout-Bosse
over three years ago

So many great lessons here! Being a small business owner is definitely like getting (S)elected in every interaction with your clients. I especially appreciated the BLUNT TALK about building up your TOUGH SKIN. I feel this is sometimes more of a challenge for women in business. Your ideas about relating it to Darwinism helped me learn a new perspective.

Very empowering conversation with Mayor Campion. When you stay true to what you think is the right thing to do you hope that most people stay satisfied with the work that you are doing and that you continue to rally new supporters because inevitably some will always become dissatisfied and stop supporting you. Politics (& business) in a nutshell.