How To Keep Motivated & Push Through Hard Times: With Case Kenny

Host of New Mindset, Who Dis

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Recently I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Case Kenny who is the founder of PRSUIT which is a daily self development email. He writes to over 209,000 people every day. Kenny is also the host of the iTunes top 100 podcast “New Mindset, Who Dis”. We had a chat about what drives him in this interview and here is what he had to say:

I know this is not an easy job. What drives you?

The feedback! Having hundreds of thousands of people listen to my podcast each month and the constant outreach from listeners is incredibly humbling. To know that my thoughts and voice impact people in a positive way is very inspiring! It is a huge driving force for me.

None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? What lesson did you learn from them?

The Toren brothers (Adam and Matthew) have had a lot of influence during the start of my entrepreneurial journey. They taught me that nothing is out of my reach if I am consistent, stubborn and clever. That has always stuck with me as I work to grow the podcast and my businesses.

How do you push through your worst times?

I remember the good times. Optimism and hope are a big part of my daily mindset and holding good memories in my head is fuel for pushing through difficult and trying times.

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