Eddie Thomason: Victory Over Self Limiting Beliefs

Episode 40

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Jeff Bond

As the CEO of Chat With Leaders Media and Executive Partner at People-First Elevation Team, I lead a dedicated team specializing in thought leadership development, stakeholder engagement, and effective global communication. We excel in producing corporate podcasts, meetings, and events to drive customer and team member acquisition, retention, and engagement. Additionally, we provide speaker coaching to empower thought leaders within our clients' organizations.

My approach is grounded in Conscious Capitalism, fostering leaders with a values-driven, pro-capitalism perspective. I firmly believe in business's transformative power, not only as a commercial venture but as a catalyst for lasting social and generational impact.

Beyond my professional role, I cherish my most significant leadership role as a father to three children, alongside my wife Katie. This personal aspect deeply influences my professional path, aligning my business strategies with family values, faith, and community service in Atlanta, GA.

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Eddie was born in Baltimore, MD into a family that has struggled with poverty for generations. 

Despite his humble beginnings, Eddie rose above his circumstances to become the first student to ever earn a D1 scholarship in the history of Chesapeake High School – BC. That led to him being the first male in his family to graduate from college when he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business from Bryant University. 

Eddie is a professional speaker with a passion to empower youth and young adults to shed self-limiting beliefs to pursue a life that they’re passionate about living.

Chat Highlights

  1. WHY did you decide to write your book Unlock Yourself: How to Earn the Success You were Born to Create?
  2. Your message is to educate your audience to know that no one is a product of their environment. How has this mission come into focus through your own story?
  3. As a speaker, you’re primarily focused on helping teens and young adults become empowered to own their purpose and future – how have you been able to connect this powerful message to your audience in today’s world?
  4. Given the challenges of 2020 around the virus, social distancing, social justice, and political divide – your audience is in the midst of a tremendous amount of uncertainty. What advice would you have for them to keep a positive focus and experience long term success?

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