Aug 30, 2018
Our guest today is Josiah Bruny, a Southern Californian, with a lifelong dream of sharing music and art (and the business side) with underprivileged and at-risk children around the world. He started a non-profit called Music Changing Lives in 1998 and it has grown into a phenomenal after school program impacting the lives of many thousands of children.
When asked about his success, Josiah says, "There's thousands of people that have molded me into who I am today and I have to give them all the credit. And that's why I'm so appreciative."
Successful people create habits that keep them at that level. Josiah says that having a schedule for your priorities and waking up early to power through work while it's quiet are some of his success habits. Also he mentions, "Know when it's time to say no. A lot of people, once you start making it, will start clinging onto you because they see the bright star in you. Now you got to know when to say no, that's not for me or not right now. And before I used to take on so much I will get burned out and so I've learned how to back away because some people don't do the same for you."
Learn more about MCL and Josiah's work here: