Ep 42: C.L. King- No matter the adversity, you can still make it

C.L. King spent the first 18 years of his life in some of the worst places. He went from living in extreme abuse and neglect, to being homeless, to living in a series of group homes – some of which were worse than being on the streets. But, at the age of 13, he got a piece of advice that changed his life and has guided him ever since. He now uses his story to train hundreds of thousands of young people and show them that no matter what adversity they face, they can still make it.

You’ll hear:

●   How eating a brownie led to him living on the streets at age 11

●   How a foster care mom raising 83 kids turned his life around

●   Why EVERYONE needs someone who can lovingly point out their blind spots

●   Exactly when C.L. realized his true calling 

●   Why it’s better to be valuable than “go viral” 

**Plus, Jeff and C.L. describe the strong bond of brotherhood each of them experienced while serving in the military. 

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