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65 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Stewman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Stewman, often where they are interviewed.

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UNCENSORED: How to Be Raw, Real & Relatable with the Hardcore Closer Ryan Stewman

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On This Episode:

  • Find out how Ryan became known as The Hardcore Closer.
  • Learn the importance of sharing your story authentically.
  • Ryan explains how to deal with people who tear down your dreams.
  • Find out why so many people quickly lose their money.
  • Vince and Ryan discuss the division we are seeing in the world today.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Be unapologetically you.
  2. If you keep secrets, they will be used against you.
  3. You can’t get rich overnight.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • You fake it til you break it.
  • It’s okay to change your mind and grow.
  • Slow equals fast.
  • Money is a mind set.

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Oct 26 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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Episode 102 | Ryan Stewman - The Hardcore Closer

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Ryan Stewman is the author of 10 badass books, The go-to guy for influencers and millionaires, a full time real estate investor, business lender, creator and CEO of phonesites.com, CEO and founder of Break Free Academy and blogger at HardcoreCloser.com

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Ryan's Website - https://ryanstewman.com/

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Sep 16 2020 · 27mins

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Episode 64: Overcoming the Force of Average - with Ryan Stewman (Harcore Closer)

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Ryan Stewman is a damn rockstar.

The dude has, to put it lightly, a crazy unpleasant past that COULD serve as the perfect excuse to settle for an average life… but Ryan is no average guy. Since being released from prison (yup) in 2008, he’s found huge success in sales, social media, business marketing, and half a dozen other pursuits.

Ryan is one of our personal mentors and, in the past couple years, has helped us reach beyond our perceived limits. In this episode, we talk about his story, out-achieving our parents, and the importance/reality of focus.

Video of this podcast is available at YouTube.com/RealBusinessOwners.

Connect with Ryan @HardcoreCloser on Instagram or by visiting onespotsocial.com/closer.

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Aug 19 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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Life Lessons from Rock Bottom to Multi-Millionaire With Ryan Stewman

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Ryan Stewman is a high-performance sales coach and trainer who went from spending two stints in federal prison to building a multiple seven figure income.

He is the author of several best-selling books including Kick-Ass, Bulletproof Business, Elevator to the Top, and Hardcore Closer. 

Favorite Success Quote

“You gotta take action before you can take over”

Key Points

1. Action not Knowledge Leads to Success

If you have been involved in the personal development world for any appreciable amount of time, then you have inevitably come across the people, shall we call them “Pathological learners” who are voracious consumers of knowledge.

They know all of the latest market trends, are well-versed in the high-performance practices of characters like Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield, and can tell you how to start and grow a business from inception to 7-figures.

And yet, when you look at the results in their lives, what do you find?

Nothing, nada, zilch.

They live in a 400 square foot apartment, are overweight, and in a relationship that looks like something out of a bad soap opera.

Yet they know all this information!

The problem is that they do not apply it. You have to realize that knowledge without action is useless.

Only applied knowledge is power, and if you have spent years devoting your time and energy to learning without taking the proper proportion of action, then it is time to get off your ass, leave the theory on your nightstand, and get in the game.

2.Suffering is a Temporary But Essential Part of Life

When was the last time you experienced suffering? I mean true suffering.

Not the “My dog is sick” or “The 49ers lost their last game”, but real, visceral suffering, the kind that keeps you up at night, deprives you of joy, and makes you question your purpose on this planet.

Perhaps you lost a family member or a friend, underwent a nasty divorce, lost your home, job, and family in bankruptcy, or even suffered from a life-changing disease or injury.

Whatever that suffering was (or is) you need to internalize one of life’s great truths, spoken over a century ago by Abraham Lincoln.

“This too shall pass”

No suffer, no matter how devastating and debilitating it may feel, is permanent. And what is more? It is necessary to build you into the man that you need to become.

I am not telling you that your pain will be easy to bear, but I am telling you that it will be worth it.

3. Ignore the Haters and Embrace the True Players

One of the greatest tragedies of the modern world is that men with unlimited potential and unimaginable abilities allow themselves to be smothered by the advice and criticisms of unambitious, underachieving, and jealous peers.

Every time you go to the office look at the men to your left and to your right.

What do you see?

Do you see men embracing their true potential, taking control of their lives, and creating an incredible future full of freedom and joy?

Or do you see men who have allowed the doubts and misgivings of society, family, and friends to hold them back from their dreams and desires?

On your path to success, you will be faced with many, many, many haters, doubters, and naysayers.

They will tell you it cannot or should not be done only out of their own insecurities and fears.

But if you want to unleash the giant inside of you and reach your full potential, you must ignore these people, whether they are bosses, life-long friends, or even family members.

Only take advice from those who are achieving what you want to achieve, and ignore the rest.

End of discussion.

4. Education not Schooling is What Separates the Winners from the Losers

There is a fallacious belief circulating the modern world that tells all young men the only path to success is through higher education.

And while college can be a great choice for some people, it is not the ultimate road to massive achievement.

I want you to think back to your highschool and college years.

If your experience was anything like mine, then at some point, you inevitably came across two different types of guys: The learner and the hustler.

The learner was someone you would describe as the stereotypical nerd. He was smart, worked hard in classes, and did everything right.

He made good marks, graduated with honors, and probably had several high level job offers waiting for him upon graduation.

The hustler however, is a different breed.

This was the man who spent his days building something that he believed in, working towards his dream, and focusing more on his practical education than his education.

Sure, he still applied himself to his schooling, but, as Mark Twain said he “Never let his schooling get in the way of his education.”

Which of these two men do you think ultimately achieved more? Who became more successful? Who was able to create something that would last and create freedom for themselves and their families?

Hint, it’s not the guy with all A’s.

5. Your Past Does Not Determine Your Future

Imagine, if you will, a man who spent his whole life as a criminal, stealing, lying, and terrorizing his way to “success.”

After being arrested for one of his many crimes and spending nearly half a decade of his life behind bars, he is released back into the world and left with a choice.

He can either allow past decisions, events, and circumstances to determine his future, or he can lift a middle finger to mistakes and decide to create a different life for himself, to rebuild himself, and create a new identity as a man of honor, integrity, and love.

Most people don’t believe that you can ever overcome your past.

And quite frankly, most people are full of shit.

Every single day, you are faced with the same decision as the man above, you can either bend a knee and supplicate yourself to the flaws and mistakes of your past self, or you can start anew and recreate yourself into the kind of man you would be proud to be.

Which decision will you make?

Jul 13 2020 · 55mins
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Ryan Stewman : How To Create a Modern Day Sales Machine

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Hey Guys! Back at you today with another episode of The One Percenter Podcast and I know this is one you’re going to enjoy. 

Today we have an amazing guest on the show who is definitely going to inspire you and show anything is possible with his story. Please help me welcome Mr. Ryan Stewman, aka Hardcorecloser.

Ryan is a great friend, incredible entrepreneur, and a family man. He has the most entertaining story but it's so inspirational to see how much he’s been through and how successful he’s been despite all the hardship. This guy has never had a salary job in his life and has had to master the game of selling and producing. He’s sold everything from drugs, carwashes, mortgages, and now has companies in several industries where he absolutely kills it. 

Ryan has an incredible story, where he’s been to prison multiple times and has had every reason to quit and give up. But he didn’t. No matter what was stacked in his way, he kept going and has built an incredible life for himself.

So what excuses have you been using? What is standing in your way that you feel is too big, because let me tell you. After you listen to Ryan trust me, those won’t be an issue anymore. On top of helping you get past your fears and overcome your obstacles, he helps with real valuable info you can take and implement into your business. 

I hope you guys enjoy the episode and drop some love in the comments!

I’ll see you soon


May 26 2020 · 53mins
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The Break Free Academy with Ryan Stewman

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He's a 4X best selling author, CEO of Hardcore Closer, Founder of Break Free Academy, and The LEADER of modern marketplace sales training.

From selling car washes at 13, to selling mortgages, then marketing services, he soon realized his sales skills could be taught to others.

Today, Ryan Stewman is well known for his sales training, contributing to Forbes, Entrepreneur, Addicted2Success, Good men Project, Lighter Side of Real Estate, Huffington Post, and of course, his Hardcore Closer.

You can find Ryan Stewman on Facebook or Instagram @hardcorecloser.
You can also visit his website www.hardcorecloser.com/.

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May 14 2020 · 53mins
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Episode 53: An Interview With Ryan Stewman

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Ryan Stewman: Sales and marketing expert. 

Push past normalcy, or step aside. If that sounds hardcore, that’s because Ryan Stewman doesn’t do ‘soft’ or ‘easy’. As a former felon who served time, Ryan truly understands the value of time, and has no patience for wasting any of it. The “Force of Average” seeks to keep you complacent, but Ryan explains how knowing his “GCode” opens your mind to winning opportunities in today’s market. The true crime is serving a life sentence working to make your boss’s dreams come true.

Apr 10 2020 · 1hr 1min
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EP 213 - Ryan Stewman - The G Code & Random Stuff

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We are a society that likes appearances. Whether it's a sleek sports car, a fair government or even a fake-prosperous business, we're given a lot of heightened 'reality'. That being the case, it takes a little common sense and a lot of drive to push past the bullshit and continue moving forward, whatever that means to you.   Ryan Stewman is a third-time visitor to the podcast because he completely embodies the underdog spirit. Between success in entrepreneurship, stays in prison and self-education during both, Ryan has a world of wisdom, insight and strategy to give to those he teaches through Hardcore Closer.   On this episode of the Underdog Empowerment podcast, Zach and Ryan sit down once again to jam on what's going on behind the scenes in the American prison system, doing their part to give ex-cons a strong future and lower the recidivism rate, and recognizing our natural tendency towards snap judgment in order to co-exist with and learn from those around us. Jump in and get the realest (and best) advice you'll hear anywhere.   Show Notes: https://underdogempowerment.com/g-code/

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Apr 06 2020 · 30mins
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The Misfits Guide to Achieving Massive Success with Hardcore Closer Ryan Stewman

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Ryan Stewman is a high-performance sales coach and trainer who went from spending two stints in federal prison to building a multiple seven figure income.

He is the author of several best-selling books including Kick-Ass, Bulletproof Business, Elevator to the Top, and Hardcore Closer. You can learn more and connect with Ryan at hardcorecloser.com

Favorite Success Quote

“You must take action before you can take over.”

Key Points

1. Knowledge is Only Power if You Take Action 

You often hear the phrase “Knowledge is Power”.

This simply isn’t true.

In and of itself, knowledge is useless.

Knowledge doesn’t do anything. It can’t add money to your bank account. It can’t make you ripped. It can’t help you find the woman of your dreams. It can’t do a damn thing.

As the (in)famous entrepreneur and investor Derek Sivers said:

If [more]information was the answer we’d all be billionaires with six packs.

But we aren’t and it isn’t.

Knowledge is only power if it’s applied.

It’s only worth a damn if you use it.

It only matters when you leverage your knowledge to take massively informed action towards achieving the life of your dreams.

2. Everything But Death is Temporary 

Everything in life is temporary.

Good and bad.

All of the pains, frustrations, and heartaches will eventually end.

All of the success that you are enjoying will one day grind to a halt.

Everything in your life will end.

And this is a beautiful thing.

Because life is temporary and fleeting, like the cliche feather in the wind, everything falls into place.

When you are struggling you know that your struggles are temporary.

When you are at the top, you take the time to savor the moment because you know that it will end.

Keep perspective on your life, the good and the bad, by always remembering that “This too shall pass”.

3. Your Past Doesn’t Matter 

This year alone, Ryan’s company will generate more multi-millions of dollars in revenue.

Which illustrates a very important lesson…

Your past doesn’t fucking matter.

Who you were yesterday has no bearing on who you are today and Ryan is living proof of this.

At 19, Ryan was strung out on every drug that you can imagine and dealing full time to make ends meet.

He was eventually busted by the feds and sent to federal prison for several years.

When he was released, he dove into the world of sales and eventually, was making so much money in real estate that he was again targeted by the police who thought he was still selling drugs.

They raided his house and found zero evidence of any drug possession, use, or trafficking. In order to save face, they arrested for felon possession of a firearm (which resided in a legal grey zone).

He was sentenced to prison again except this time, his then-wife stole all of his assets and left him for the man with whom she’d been having an affair.

Talk about a mess, right?

Upon his second release, Ryan dove into the world of sales again taking special care to keep his nose clean and, in the last two years, has grown his sales coaching business from $0 to multimillions in revenue.

If a convicted felon and former junky who lost everything can rise from the ashes and rebuild his life to the top then so can you.

So cut the excuses and quit using your past as a crutch.

You are capable of achieving anything that you desire.

But you have to overcome your excuses and hustle.

4. It’s All Sales 

In life and business, you must become a master of sales.

I know that the word conjures up images of sleazy used car dealers and snake oil peddlers but let me assure you, everything that you do is sales.

Want to meet the woman of your dreams and convince her to marry you? That’s sales.

Want to get funding for your new startup? That’s sales.

Want to convince your kids that it’s important to read personal growth books and regularly exercise? That’s sales.

Want to get your boss to give you a raise or move forward with one of your ideas? You guess it! Sales.

Everything that you do is sales or, to put it in less cringy terminology, influence.

If you lack this skill then your quality of life and success will suffer.

If you can master it then the world is your oyster.

5. Take Massive Action. Fast

Although I’ve already mentioned the importance of taking massive action in this article, it’s a point worth repeating.

Experience is the best teacher and there is no book or course that can serve as a shortcut for rolling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty.

Your goal in business and life should be to acquire the MVIR or ‘minimum viable information required’ to take action on your next step.

I’m not recommending that you simply take action without a plan or system to support you.

am saying that you should take action as soon as you have a concrete next step.

You know what you need to do to improve your body, boost your income, or improve your love life. So go and do it.

Once you’ve taken action, collect the MVIR for the next step and take action again.

Information is important.

But in a world where more than 2.5 million blog posts are published each day, information can also be a massive obstacle.

Mar 23 2020 · 50mins
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Achievement Through The <G> Code with Guest Ryan Stewman

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From "Hardcore Closer" to code; living a life through the lowest lows, to embracing values of Gratitude, Genetics, Grind, and Group, Ryan Stewman is joins the Obsessed Podcast to talk about his history of losing everything, and building back success in a sustainable and fulfilling manner.
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Mar 05 2020 · 47mins