Today, I’m excited to bring you a fantastic and motivating guest.
Kevin Palmieri grew up in a broken home without a lot of money. He didn’t meet his father until the age of 27. No doubt these were contributing factors to the anger he experienced in his everyday life. Something I’m sure many of us can relate to, myself included. Eventually, he got to a point where he didn’t think life was worth living.
When he shared this feeling with a loved one, he was encouraged to seek therapy, but as a self-described tough guy, he didn’t think he needed it. However, he was motivated by the perceived pain of losing this person, so he went to that first appointment with vulnerability. For Kevin, the experience was transformative, and he learned how to grow and move past his abandonment issues. Eventually, he felt empowered enough to overcome his fears and start a podcast. He’s now the CFO of Next Level University, a Global Top 100 Podcast and near seven-figure business, and he’s teaching others how to make progress in their lives through consistency and tackling fears with no bullshit.
Kevin has been one of my favorite people to interview so far, so I hope you enjoy our conversation.
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To connect with Kevin go to Next Level University, or follow him on Instagram @neverquitkid.