It’s good to be the King and it’s necessary to have a great mindset, so my guest for this podcast, The Mindset King, Brian Raymond King, is a great fit.
Brian is the author of five books and runs a successful business helping others with disabilities overcome what they need to in order to be successful. I’ve worked with Brian for several months now and I was in a deep, deep, deep funk when we connected on Facebook. Working together, I’m out of the funk and feeling better about myself, though I have a ways to go. A lifetime of feeling bad about yourself doesn’t get fixed overnight.
Brian isn’t to any scheme, like a get rich quick scheme. Brian is all about pushing you until you hit your boundaries, then pushing a lite harder. If he realizes you’re at your limit right now, he’ll push with less pressure, but will still push to get the best out of you. That’s what I believe Brian wants. A better and happier you than you were when you first got to his Facebook page or website.
Listen as I chat with Brian about his personal struggles and how he overcame them. After that, it was off to work on behalf of the chronically ill and the disabled. Starting with their mind. Or rather their mindset. Their entire way of thinking. Our entire way of thinking is what we’re talking about here.
We have to snap back to reality
Realize that we’re not like everyone and everyone is different from us. And that’s OK. We’re different, but most of us are making an effort toward others in some way, whether it be platonically, romantically, friends, co-workers, family, whatever. We want you to try and understand us and let us try and understand you.
But before anything, you have to have the proper mindset. And so do we.
Now sit back, relax and enjoy my chat with Brian Raymond King. (Push Play)
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