-Nathaniel J. Brown
Nathaniel J. Brown is what some call a deep well to drink from. From childhood, he was always curious. Taking the time to disassemble things for the sake of seeing how they work, and questioning things that didn’t quite add up. But at the age of 8, something happened that silenced him for nearly 30 years. The fallout from the trauma had taken its toll. Nathaniel battled PTSD, night terrors, mis-identity, inferiority, anger, isolation, and the overall feeling of not being enough.
However, after doing the deep inner work and shifting his mindset along with his perspective, Nathaniel has made it his mission to help others, especially men, reconnect to who they truly are. He believes that when we look at our traumas from a new perspective, we engage with life differently. We become better Fathers, Mothers, Husbands, Wives, Entrepreneurs and Leaders. There is a life worth living, beyond the trauma, and when we embrace “that” life, we can truly Be, Do and Have what ever we desire.
Change Your Perspective. Change Your Story. Change Your Life.
00:05:02 Welcome, Nathaniel!
00:08:37 Building Solutions-Based Mindsets
00:13:41 Appreciating Our Differences
00:18:42 CBD Tincture Production
00:24:32 Nathaniel’s Journey with Anger
00:36:41 Starting the Process of Healing
00:46:01 Feelings of Inferiority
00:53:53 Doing the Work on Yourself
00:58:59 Nathaniel’s Current Work
01:03:45 Resources Nathaniel is Looking For
01:05:33 Nathaniel’s Life-Changing Book
01:08:38 Nathaniel’s Personal Call to Action
01:09:54 Connecting with Nathaniel
01:11:49 Thank You, Nathaniel!
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Words of Wisdom
“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” -Mark Twain
“Assume that the person you are listening to might know something you don’t.” -Jordan Peterson
“Intention is the willingness to have and to act.” -Vadim Zeland