Think Different Theory

(S3. E13.) A Perspective On Racism I’d Never Heard Before.

WHAT IS THIS EPISODE ABOUT?

Kevin Stimpson hates Donald Trump. He is a black man in America, a successful entrepreneur, and also a friend of mine.

After seeing my post about wanting to hear different perspectives, he hit me up asking for a chance to explain life from his perspective – and it’s truly fascinating.

I sit down and ask him some tough questions, about privilege, racism, Trump, and more.
By the time you finish this episode, you will have a new perspective on what it is like to be a person of color in America that you have probably never heard before.

ABOUT THE GUEST:

Kevin Stimpson is the Founder & CEO of Strive & Grind, an international branding company that specializes in premium branding. He’s recognized as one of the most requested, in-demand branding experts and consultants in the world for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Kevin is also the Founder & CEO of Black Boss, a lifestyle brand, movement, and education company that empowers Black Entrepreneurs to build successful businesses that create generational wealth. As the host of the leading business podcast, “The Black Boss Show”, Kevin provides expert advice on how to scale businesses to 6-7 figures.

He’s also been featured in Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur, and Huffington Post.

As a consultant, Kevin has given hundreds of consultations and is the behind-the-scenes, go-to branding and marketing advisor for many top speakers, authors, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs. He is recognized as “The King of Premium Branding” teaching anyone how to effortlessly attract high paying clients, position themselves as leaders in their industry, and charge premium prices for their products and services.

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