7: Kimanzi Constable: From the Bread Store To The Book Store To What Else Is In Store For This Man???

Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Mr Kimanzi Constable

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Kimanzi Constable

Todays guest on the Join Up Dots podcast interview is Mr Kimanzi Constable, someone who from the first moment that I heard his story, I just knew that I had to have him on the show.

And boy aren’t I glad that he said yes.

A family man, and a dreamer, for over 12 years Kimanzi followed the path that he felt was right.

The same path that the majority of us have trod over the years.

Working long hours at the expense of seeing his children and family.

Striving to build a business that ultimately didn’t fulfill him.

And banishing the dreams that he had, to be a writer, he struggled on and on.

Finally with a debt of over $100,000, overweight, over-stressed, and deeply unhappy he came to a crossroads in his life.

He knew that he had to change direction and claim a life of his own.

He needed to make his dreams come true, but still support the family that he loved.

How did he do it?

Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Kimanzi Constable

Show Highlights

During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:

How dreaming big is easier than living small!

How we don’t realize that life is so short until its too late!

How a double decker bus and a plate of bangers and mash (English Style) is simply heaven!

And lastly……

How a dream move to Hawaii has been realized by consistent focus and action! 

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