Ozzy Eyre Interview

August 04, 2017

Hello all and welcome to this week’s interview. I had the pleasure to interview Ozzy recently and what a joy! We covered many aspects of being a father, a husband as well as entering into the entrepreneur space.

Ozzy has an amazing podcast that can be found at

Here is an excerpt from his website:

When’s my time?
That’s the key question we all have to ask ourselves at some point in our lives.

“When’s my time to do the things I want to do?”

“When’s my time to live the life I want to live?”

“When’s my time to become the person I’m supposed to be?”

You see, if we don’t ask ourselves that question, there’s one other question we’ll be forced to ask at the end of our lives – and that’s “When was my time?”

And Ozzy Eyre came very close to doing just that. You see, Ozzy allowed fear to keep him in a job he hated for 12 years, then in a job he tolerated for a further 20. In all, he spent 32 years, day in, day out, in jobs that weren’t getting him any closer to doing the things he wanted to do, to living the life he want to live, or to becoming the person he was supposed to be.

Make sure you tune in to hear more about that in our conversation. Also, Ozzy is nearly complete with a wonderful course titled “Elite Video Acadamy”

He has been gracious enough to extend a permanent special price to all podcast listeners of this episode here:

Be sure to take advantage of this – it will offer you much more than simply video tutorials!

Please be sure to reach out to Ozzy and let him know that you heard him on this show and enjoyed the wonderful moments you spent with him!

If you have been looking for a group of like minded fathers who are willing to support you as you would support them to chase their dreams, share their challenges, and intermix your wisdom with theirs than be sure to join the closed facebook group:

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