The Think Different Episode with Josh Forti

Be sure to watch our LIVE Interview with Josh Forti, Friday July 5th at 7:00pm mountain time, in our Q & A Show Facebook Page.

Watch the show here https://www.facebook.com/TheQandAShow/

Josh Forti is a millennial thought leader, social media marketer, and true entrepreneur who chooses to see the world, people, and reality not only for what it is, but what it can be.

By the age of 25, Josh had started and sold 2 companies, grown and managed 5m+ followers on social media, and made a statement in the world of social media and online marketing. He has spoken on stages across the country and has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, and GC-TV.

                      

Through his travels, he was able to see the world through the eyes of many different types of people which opened his mind to new perspectives and ideas.                      

After suffering from what he calls “Success Depression”, and having a near-death experience, he shifted his attention to learning about mindset, human psychology, and what it means and takes to be truly successful in all areas of life.                    

Always on a search for truth and a strong desire to help others, Josh is launched the “Think Different Theory” Podcast to share his journey of success with others, spread the message of #ThinkingDifferent, and help inspire them to become the best version of themselves.                      

By asking the right questions, having the right mindset, and thinking different about everything you do, know, and understand, Josh believes anyone can have success and achieve whatever they set their mind to.                       

He has set out to prove this theory for himself and for is sharing his story for others to see.

All of it. The wins. The losses. The lows. The highs.

Josh’s “why”/purpose in life is to inspire others to break free and find their

purpose, know truth, and define their own destiny, so they fall in love with life and

make the world a better place.


       



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Bob Theriot