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Thai Nguyen has been a restaurant chef, a private chef to the elite, a professional kickboxer, was on track to be a minister, and is now a writer.
Not only is he well versed in reinventing himself, but he tends to achieve excellence in everything he tries.
In this episode, Thai goes over some of his most effective (and highly actionable) success strategies.
Thai‘s life of chasing after dreams has lead him to represent Nova Scotia at the National Canadian Rugby Championships, working as a 5-Star Chef for the Hilton Hotel, owning a small cafe, and working as a private chef for a fine-dining institute in Texas, where he cooked for folks like Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, and the Duggar family from TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting.
He lived in Thailand for a year and a half, as a professional Kickboxer (Muay Thai) competing internationally in Canada, Singapore, Australia, and Fiji.
Later, he moved to Texas complete his Bachelors in Humanities and start a Masters degree. Being at a Seminary, Thai was destined for a life as a Church Minister but deep down inside had the dream of becoming a writer, so now he’s moved to Cusco, Peru to finish his first book.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
The Happiness Advantage – The book Thai mentioned about happiness research.
Psycho Cybernetics – The book I mentioned about visualization.
The Utopian Life – Thai’s site
Twitter.com/ThaiWins – Thai’s Twitter
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