In this episode, I’m joined by Kyle Robinson of KyleVRobinson.com. Kyle joins me to share his story of how he’s been able to overcome multiple challenges to create his own path to true fulfillment.
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Kyle was physically and emotionally abused by his stepfather from the age of four.
Effects of the traumatic experience:
Kyle got into constant fights in high school. He got involved with the wrong group of kids with whom he was doing drugs, drinking, and eventually selling drugs. He was arrested multiple times and ended up getting expelled junior year. Kyle checked himself into drug rehab when he was 17 and went back to school. He barely graduated, but went on to college where he did well until he fell into the wrong crowd again. His turning point was when he wrecked his car while driving drunk.
Overcoming the traumatic experience:
Kyle met two mentors while working after law school who taught him what to read, how to exercise, and how to be an entrepreneur. When Kyle started writing down his life story, he realized that he had been a victim of child abuse.
What Kyle does today: Kyle runs a Legal Education Company, is a public speaker, and a soon-to-be-published author.
Given what you know now, if you could go back to when you were going through the tough times and give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?
Kyle's Answer: You’re better off alone than being with negative people who don’t bring value to your life.
kylevrobinson.com - Kyle's website
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