Rick Fiske

I was born and raised in Escondido, California and directly after high school in 1994, I enlisted in the Navy where I served my first tour in Jacksonville, Florida as a hospital corpsman. In 1998, I transferred back to the west coast and joined the Navy SEAL teams. While serving as a SEAL, I was selected for a commissioning program and graduated from the University of San Diego with a BBA in 2009. I am also married to my best friend and we have 5 beautiful children.

While I have been honored to serve this great nation, my family and I have made many painful sacrifices in order for me to serve our country. I have either been deployed or traveling for training at least 50% of the time throughout the past 22 years. We made those sacrifices with the understanding that we were doing it to provide a strong, stable financial future for our family because I would be able to retire with a stable, ongoing, residual income. I have always had a goal of using my business degree to start my own business when I retire from the service. I dreamed of operating a business that would allow me to replace my hard earned income and help other people, yet afford me the flexibility to be able to spend quality time with my family.

I am so excited to have found an opportunity that not only allows me the time and financial freedom that I had always hoped for, but that is also well aligned with things that I value; operating with honor and integrity, building and working with a strong team of like minded individuals, serving and helping others, and supporting U.S. based businesses.

I am also pleasantly surprised to have found an opportunity that offers substantial residual income that I can build in my spare time while still working full time on active duty. I have another year before I retire from active duty and it’s amazing to realize that the residual income that I am able to build in a few short years from my business will far exceed the residual income that I will receive from the military upon retirement with 20+ years of service. It’s a breath of fresh air to know that I am now in a position that will allow me the time and financial freedom to enjoy my family and my life
> when I retire from the military at the young age of 41. This opportunity truly is a blessing and a dream come true.