On this episode of Got Your 6, Tony interviews Mike Nemeth, President of Emblem Athletic.
Mike Nemeth is a US Army veteran, engineer, and a known entrepreneur in Ohio, helping startups and building dozens of businesses. Mike is the President of Emblem Athletic, a company dedicated to strengthening teams, athletes, and organizations through custom athletic apparel.
Aside from fitness, he is passionate about building great companies in Ohio and helping military veterans transition into the business world. Mike’s mission is to empower leaders and entrepreneurs and help them build great teams. He regularly shares management and career tips.
Mike is always happy to share the many life and business lessons he learned. On top of this, he is an author of books, including satirical children’s books (Mommy’s Favorite Juices: Why Mommy Gets Thirsty When You Misbehave, Daddy’s Favorite Juice: The bottles in the fridge that aren’t for you), a military non-fiction title (Six Word War) that reached #6 on Amazon’s best-selling military books in 2014, and a satire book about the Naval Academy (Discipline: The Annapolis Way) that became the best-selling military history book on Amazon in 2017.
He believes his purpose is to make life more enjoyable for others by employing unique and fun strategies to energize his team and clients. In April 2020, he did a shirtless product photoshoot when the company was unable to get a model due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions. His books have been featured in The Atlantic, Inc., Entrepreneur, and Forbes, among others. He graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point and was commissioned as a military intelligence officer in the US Army before unexpectedly discharged due to an injury. He then earned his MBA from the Ohio State University in 2010. He was appointed by former US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker to serve on the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship from 2016 to 2018.
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