Episode 66 - James Brown Jr [Voiceover Actor | Professional Speaker]
James Brown Jr. talks to us about how his career in track (including running against Carl Lewis) prepared him for life, why you should treat everyone you meet like a customer and explains why you should not be afraid to be great! Enjoy the show.
5:20 - Running against Carl Lewis.
8:37 - “Do you do voice-overs?”
17:25 - “A ship in the harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.”
18:42 - The art of patience.
23:10 - What do you know now that you wish you would have known when you started that would have made your world alot easier?
28:08 - “You don’t sound like what you think you sound like”
30:03 - “Failure is when you get knocked down, not getting up … “
39:03 - “Do not be afraid to jump.”
41:15 - “I am different”
42:35 - “Treat everyone you meet like a customer …”
44:04 - “The silence has been a tremendous asset…”
54:18 - “Don’t be afraid to be great!”
“You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School” by Mac Anderson
“The Power of Who” by Bob Beaudine