15: Josh Levin – The Story of Empowered Electric

Nitch Radio Ep. 15

Josh Levin The Story of Empowered Electric EPISODE 15 – September 4th, 2017 You guys know I love interviewing folks who are out there doing great things and making impact. In this episode I interview Josh Levin, founder of Empowered Electric. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

You have to choose what you want to do and who you want to be. You have to manage your mind and your time. You can’t continue to justify living beneath your dreams. You have to really want it. Because once you do, nothing will be able to stop you from having it. You have to let go of your bad habits. You have to re-arrange your priorities. You have to say “No” more. You need to put first things first, every single day. You have to pay the price.

If you’re willing to pay the price, you can have absolutely anything you want.

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Charisma University Review: Can You Learn a Real Life Superpower?

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(and why you might want to, too)

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What I Learned Managing $100 Million Worth of Construction

School was always a struggle for me. Actually, I ended up barely graduating from high school. It’s not something I’m proud to talk about but it’s true, even during my college years. “But wait Kyle, if you had a 1.2 GPA, how did you get into college?!?” Excellent question my friend.