Think Like a Star by Jesse LeBeau:​ Episode #8 Interview with Rob Pinkston

Find your weird!

“The road to success is not easy to navigate, but with hard work, drive and passion, it’s possible to achieve the American dream.” -Tommy Hilfiger

I’ve known Rob for quite awhile now and he never ceases to crack me up. Known famously for playing “Coconut Head’ in Nickelodeon’s Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide he universally loved and locally respected.

I got to do 22 episodes of a TV show with Rob and we became tight. So tight in fact that I ended up bringing him on one of my youth motivational speaking tours!

Adventure 9000 to say the least.

“I was shy growing up and acting brought me out of my shell and gave me confidence. I think we all need to find that ‘thing’ that will make us feel alive!” -Rob Pinkston

In this podcast, Rob and I were mid-tour so it was really fun to discuss the different experiences we were having all over the country inspiring youth.

Rob is hilarious and there’s a good chance you will fall in love with him and his boyish charm.

Attitude. Is. Everything.

In the full episode, you will learn:

  • how to overcome obstacles
  • why it’s good to be uncomfortable sometimes
  • how to find your weird
  • why nothing can replace hard work

To follow Rob Pinkston, click here.


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JessieLeBeauBOOKAbout 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…

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