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Winning is a mental skill, mastered by the best of the best, and held as a secret by those dominating the competition. Not anymore. In this weekly podcast, join Dr. Bhrett McCabe, a clinical sports psychologist to multiple National Champions and Pro athletes and a former 2X Division 1 National Champion himself, as he exposes the “secrets” of human performance through in-depth interviews with world class athletes, elite-level coaches, and the most brilliant business minds in the world. New episode drops every Wednesday!

Oct 16, 2017

Adversity is inevitable. For Leonard Kim, adversity was his way of life for a series of years through his early adulthood life. The popular TEDx talk speaker shares his story of coming from a point of ultimate defeat where we had considered taking his own life, to rising to a point where he inspires others to let their fears guide them through life. This is an incredible episode.

“I got to a point where I got sick and tired of being sick and tired.”

Kim faced every kind of adversity from every direction during his early career which led him to a continuous writing spree. Unlike many other influencers in society today, Leonard Kim refused to take the traditional approach to success. When Kim decided to use writing an outlet to let go of his misfortune, he built up a fear of what people were going to say once he pressed the “Publish” button. This fear led him to a bigger idea; the idea of using that fear to guide him to reaching his potential. Through sharing his story with the world, he inspired others to look at their own points of failure and minimize the negativity that surrounded them.

“What was scarier than writing itself, was really sharing the vulnerable points in my life.”

Being vulnerable means showing the world your faults, and we all live in a prideful world. Kim shares his story from the very beginning in his TEDx talk that is shown below. Listen and learn how one man used fear, something that we all work so hard to avoid and prevent, as a light to guide him through his career.



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