Tony Huynh aka "The Fit Asian Man" is a podcast host, blogger, coach and former competitive body builder.
Tony was born in Idaho. Tony's parents were born in Vietnam and immigrated to Idaho.
Tony got into weight lifting in college and competed in competitions.
Tony never felt like he was pursuing his college degree as his dream. He worked for a company with his engineering degree in a sales role. He realized his job was unfulfilling so he quit his job to go all into entrepreneurship.
We discuss the mindset in entrepreneurship and parallels between Tony's working out and building his business.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- Communication with immigrant parents
- Cross generational relationship issues
- Immigrant parents being entrepeneurs
- Guilt that comes from parents' sacrifices immigrating to United States
- Body Image Issues
What you learn from this episode:
- Leaving safety to follow your dreams
- How to become a body builder
- Nutrition tips
- Building a side business while working a 9 to 5 job or going all into entrepreneurship
- The mental battle of entrepreneurship
- Personal Branding
- Starting a podcast and blog and choosing the right medium to get your content released
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