Leveraging Style as a Successful Entrepreneur w/ Antonio Centeno

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By Rinaldo Ugrina, Alex Berman, and Chairman of Experiment 27. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Antonio Centeno is the founder of www.RealMenRealStyle.com and a co-founder of Menfluential, a men’s lifestyle and business conference. He has created thousands of articles & videos on men’s style and is the creator of the internet’s best style course for professionals – The Style System.

Antonio has studied clothing design in London, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. He is a former US Marine with an MBA from UT Austin and a BA from Cornell College. He loves to hear from old friends and make new ones.

This show is sponsored by Experiment 27. Get the discovery call script & questions template HERE (http://experiment27.com/discovery/).

In this episode you'll learn:

[2:05] What is the number one thing people are getting wrong about style? [4:55] Who is the authentic person that you are? What does he look like? [7:20] Style isn’t limited to ‘Runways’ [9:00] What are some of the red flags that your style isn’t good? [10:15] Antonio’s mindset of creating valuable content on a consistent basis [12:40] Style if you want to be behind-the-scenes. [16:45] How’d Antonio’s course strategy change over time? [21:00] How’d he get into advertising

Links mentioned:

Follow Antonio on Instagram @rmrstyle and on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/RealMenRealStyle)

Meet Antonio at Menfluential (https://menfluentialconference.com) on the 22nd & 23rd Feb at Atlanta, Georgia.

Brought to you by Experiment 27. Find us on Youtube (B2Bsalestraining.org).

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