Kris Lovin is the CEO and Founder of 1OH1 Exclusive, a premium apparel company that embraces the lifestyle of men who turn their obstacles into opportunities and use challenges to create success. You can find designs that capture the spirit of who you are including the strategist, the fighter, the navigator, the artist and more to come. 1OH1 Exclusive is truly exclusive with t-shirt designs, because each design is only limited to 100. After 100 the design is retired, driving collectability for the designs and a sense of purpose and belonging to your 100 brethren that proudly wear the same design.
Mike and Kris cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like how his gift for reading people lead to his success in sales but he struggled with feelings of not deserving his success, how fear, doubt, self-hatred, addiction, and insecurity manifested itself in Kris’ life, why you can’t blame other people for your choices, what happened when he started finding feelings of hope, where he developed a foundation for personal growth, how he found his purpose to help men gain the tools they need to personal and professional success and self love, how reverse engineering his life was key to living the life he wanted, and much more.
Watch the conversation with Kris Lovin on the How’d It Happen Podcast Youtube channel.
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