Alf Herigstad is an entrepreneur, podcast host and former Norwegian reality TV star! Hear how he found success and helps others with “Being a Better Man”.
Alf Herigstad is a lifelong entrepreneur in four different industries: construction, fitness, transportation, and real estate.
He grew up on a small farm in Washington State, where he still lives on a small farm of his own. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army, a former boxer, a farmer, a reality TV personality in Norway, a father of three and grandfather of nine.
All of his life experience has culminated into a driving passion to now share the things he has learned with the rest of the world, particularly with other men.
Alf Herigstad Show Notes
Being a Better Man Podcast
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What is your background?
Out of everything you’ve done before, which job is your favorite and why?
How many years did you do it?
What does ostrich taste like?
What do you do now as your entrepreneurial endeavor?
Do you still have ostriches?
Tell us a little about your podcast?
Are you thinking of coaching men who need help with the things you talk about on your show?
What is the most successful idea you have had and implemented in your business?
Can you talk about the reality show you were in?
Did you have to cook some Norwegian food? Was that part of the competition?
Did you win?
What was your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
Do you write out your systems? How do you go about giving it to the other person?
Do you have any mentors?
How many employees have you had?
What do you wish you had known before you started your entrepreneurial venture?
Have you been a member of Podcast Paradise for that year or did you join right before you launched?
What’s the most important advice you have gotten?
What advice can you give someone just starting out?
Has your 50’s met your expectations?