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Hustle & Motivate: Maxim Staff Writer & Billboard Contributor Brandon Friederich

hustle & motivate episode 3 chatting with Brandon Friederich a staff writer at Maxim Magazine and contributor at Billboard
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On Hustle & Motivate, I sit down with self-made hustlers in the world of sports, entertainment, and more. The goal is to bring you entertaining, informative conversations that shed light on how these individuals operate.

Their mindset, how they started, what they’re up to now, and how they’re achieving their dreams.

The aim is to get your wheels turning.

Realizing that a simple mindset shift opens up a world of possibilities.  Because in the end, you can do anything you believe you can achieve.

For this installment, I spoke with Maxim Magazine staff writer and Billboard contributor Brandon Friederich.

Hailing from a small town in Iowa, Brandon worked his way into a role with one of the most popular men’s magazines in America.

Brandon’s journey is full of funny moments and actionable life lessons.  And at 25-years-old, his career is just getting started.

Tap the play button below and follow the story of a young journalist breaking into the industry in a big way.

We have more amazing guests lined up in the near future.  Stay tuned!

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Division III baseball alum (McDaniel College) and founder of Joker Mag. Sharing underdog stories to inspire the next generation.

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