“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” -Wayne Gretzky
There probably isn’t a nicer guy out there than the one they call DJ Skee.
Skee is a go getter and someone who I respect very much. One thing I speak to middle school and high school students about during my youth motivational speeches is taking action.
Not many people embody this principle more than Skee.
He started hustling as a kid and eventually ended up leaving high school early to come to the west coast to start his professional career. Talk about a go getter!
Today he works with many of the top brands, celebrities and athletes in the world. With that being said, he someone manages to be one of the most humble human beings I’ve ever met. (Pretty impressive considering that he has even called ‘the Oprah of music’ by Mark Cuban!)
“Enjoy the journey. You don’t have to be everywhere all the time. You can always do that meeting later. Go live life!” – DJ Skee
I was excited for him to see LeBus because he rides around in a pretty sweet Sprinter van and I was hoping I could get some tips for pushing a big rig around the city of angels.
Skee is super smart and this is a great episode you can learn a lot from.
Go. Be. Great.
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In the full episode, you will learn:
- the benefits of taking action early and often
- why it’s okay to stop and smell the roses
- the importance of exercising the muscle called hustle
- how exercise can make or break you
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About the Author: Jesse LEBEAU, Weekly Mentor, is known as “The Celebrity Teen Coach” and is one of today’s most highly sought after youth speakers, authors, and motivators. His unlikely underdog story has inspired millions of teens through his speaking, best-selling books and youth programs. He is one of the worlds premiere basketball trick artists, regularly featured on TV, film, and international tours. Jesse stars on the new Emmy nominated kids TV sitcom “This Just In” and plays himself on the new reality series ‘The LeBeau Show’ that allows viewers the chance to follow Jesse around the country and see firsthand the major impact he is having on youth, particularly troubled teens. Read More…