Kimanzi Constable has sold over 82000 copies of his 2 books, he is a speaker throughout the world and is a contributor for the Huffington Post, Good Men Project, Entrepreneur Magazine and Mind Body Green.
Kimanzi places a great deal of respect and gratitude for his two friends who were there for him when he was a bread delivery guy. They believed in him and encouraged him dream bigger than where he was. “There is not a price tag you can put on a good support system like that.”
As an introvert, Kimanzi naturally said no to his first speaking engagement, until his wife told him to say yes. He is thankful he listened to her. Even though his first time didn’t go so well, he worked on it and more opportunities came as a result. “You have to open up your mind and you have to be willing to see the opportunities around you.”
Kimanzi has some sound advice when you are looking at your social media strategy. “People connect with other people…. If you want to separate yourself, really focus on connecting people, really add to peoples lives. Don’t just look at them as a number to add to your email list, people are people.”
Charity: Projects helping Water supply in Kenya
Book: 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
Kimanzi’s top tips on Changing their jobs
- Figure out what you want to do.
- Have detailed plan on how you’re going to attack this.
- Take small steps.
As you keep taking those little steps, one day you’re going to look up and realise that you’re there.
When it comes to parenting when it comes to your dreams.
Life is short. Don’t live a life of regrets. Don’t let anything hold you back.
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