Gene Griessman becomes Abraham Lincoln during his one man play performances. He’s held live audiences of over 25,000 on the edges of their seats as he shares the wisdom and knowledge of our past president.
Gene is an introvert, and struggled tremendously to speak in front of audiences when he first started his journey. He truly knows what it’s like to push through the uncomfortable.
He pushed himself to speak on stages. He pushed himself to interview people. He pushed himself to join Toastmasters. He pushed himself to take acting classes. He pushed himself to move to LA to surround himself by experts. He constantly pushed himself to become a better performer.
Have you ever wondered what it’d feel like to whisper to an audience of 25,000 people, knowing they’re on the edge of their seats waiting for every word? It’s amazing how far Gene’s traveled in his sharing journey to have that experience.
Gene shared several very vulnerable stories with us. One of which is how he enters a deep depression before each of his performances. He also shared one story, about giving, that he’s never publicly shared before.
In this episode, Gene really deep dives into his story of how and why he started his influence.
Gene’s story is inspirational and this episode is definitely worth a listen!
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