110. Forging Your Own Path, Living Unapologetically, and Fulfilling Your Dreams with Jack Delosa

110. Forging your own path, living unapologetically, and fulfilling your dreams with Jack Delosa

110. Forging your own path, living unapologetically, and fulfilling your dreams with Jack Delosa

Jack began his journey to being the successful businessman that he is today after dropping out of the university while obtaining a law degree. At the young age of 18 Jack decided to start a business-to-business call center and with no business education or experience. His success and future was riding solely riding on his optimism.

For the first first two years Jack was working harder than anyone else he knew, yet he was not earning a wage, and he was getting further into debt. When it was hard to continue on the path that he was on Jack was determined and still maintained his optimism.

“I believe whenever you set out to do anything worthwhile in life, the universe will challenge you as a way of testing how much you actually want it. It was Arnold Schwarzenegger who said, “everybody wants to be a body builder but no one wants to lift the weights.” It’s the people that can lift the weights and get through these periods where there is no visible progress that will go on to do something great.”

Now Jack Delosa’s company, The Entourage, is the head of Australia’s fastest growing company. Secondly it is the largest entrepreneur educator in the world. He also won the Smart Company Start-up Award in 2009. He has inspired not only an amazing company but a powerful movement.


In this episode we talk about:

  • Working so hard and barely making by
  • How to be living a fulfilled life
  • Spiritual fuel
  • Why you should be an unapologetic rebel
  • Is entrepreneurship a way of thinking?
  • Recent popularity of entrepreneurs
  • How dissatisfaction led to The Entourage
  • Entrepreneur’s addiction to growth and improvement
  • Definition of entrepreneurs
  • Financial integrity
  • Enabling greatness
  • The importance of forging your own path
  • Character traits of an entrepreneur
  • How to ensure success in your business
  • The connection between success and problem solving
  • Breaking the cycle
  • Pursuing your dreams
  • The negative sides of becoming a millionaire
  • Being comfortable being uncomfortable

Nutrition and Meal Plans

What foods to avoid

Anything processed or anything that has processed sugars.

What foods to actively seek out

Meats and vegetables

Jack Delosa’s fondest food memories

Sit around the dinner table, regardless of the food, its a fond memory.

My Mom’s Spaghetti Bolognese

Exercise Routine

Work out every day

Do you have a clean eating diet plan?

If I ask myself if a human being would eat this 200 years ago, if the answer is yes, then I eat it, and if it is no, then I don’t.

Know more about Jack Delosa

Who would you love to have dinner with and where?

Elon Musk, because he is pushing the boundaries with his visions. Or Richard Branson would be great as well. I would love to have this meal in Paris.

Last meal on the planet?

Peking duck. I know it isn’t healthy but if it is my last meal that doesn’t matter.

Most challenging thing ever done?

To pursue this path. We often start off on the path and have this romantic fantasy of how it will be, but then the reality of it isn’t that pretty.


“Find out what works for you and do that.” Peter founder of Paypal

Last thoughts:

Connect with yourself. When the voice inside your head is lowered than the voices outside your head then you have begun to master your life.



Where to find Jack Delosa



Jack’s Book “Unprofessional”

Author: Ronsley Vaz

Ronsley is the founder & chief day dreamer at AMPLIFY. He is an author, speaker & serial entrepreneur.

He has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first Podcasting Conference in the Southern Hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit Podcast and Should I Start a Podcast. He has an audience of over 3 million in 133 countries.

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