#27: Josh “The Teen Whisperer” Shipp on Life Lessons from the Rubics Cube, Quality Questions and Selfishness for Service

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#27: Josh “The Teen Whisperer” Shipp on Life Lessons from the Rubics Cube, Quality Questions and Selfishness for Service

“What gets us to a certain level of success can also hold us back” Josh Shipp Click To Tweet

This is a fun interview.

I’m talking with a friend, mentor and an award winning youth speaker and teen expert Josh Shipp — AKA “The Teen Whisperer”. He is a former at-risk foster kid turned teen advocate. You may have seen him on the A&E documentary series Teen Trouble.

He is the best selling author of “The Teen’s Guide to World Domination”, and was listed on Inc. Magazine’s 30 under 30 list. He has spoken to more than TWO Million teens live and taken the stage  at Harvard, Stanford, MIT and UCLA.

Personally I found Josh because I wanted him to help me take my speaking business to the next level.  From that, I also found a friend who’s one of the most authentic, caring and business savvy gents I know.  Enjoy this show!

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Here’s a quick breakdown of our chat…

  • Scaling your business & 1 to 1 impact
  • Life lessons from the Rubics Cube
  • The most powerful questions Josh asks himself each day
  • How being selfish may help you serve at a greater level
  • Where Josh’s passion and desire to serve come from

Links and resources:

The Teen’s Guide to World Domination

Youth Speaker University

JoshShipp.com

Josh Shipp Ted Talk

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“Every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story” Josh Shipp Click To Tweet

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