How to unlock your potentials, by Cahill
An entrepreneur, Todd Cahill has given insights on how to unlock one’s potential. When he was 23-year-old, Todd Cahill was broke homeless. It kicked off an intense period of his life that he talks about in detail when asked about it. “I have gone through a divorce, I have gone through 2 IRS audits, I have been verbally and sexually abused, I have lost many so-called friends, I have had money stolen from me, I have attempted suicide twice, I had to start my business without any support and no home, and I have been rejected thousands of times,” he says.
When Todd’s breakthrough came, he was sleeping on a couch in a house that didn’t belong to him, but that didn’t stop him. “I made a name for myself as an entrepreneur by saying yes to a work-from-home business ad in 2004 while I was broke,” he says. “I hit the top position in that company 9 months later, and in a few short years was making multiple six figures. I was very shy and introverted in the beginning but turned that into a speaking career.”
By age 30, Todd had made over $2 million.
From his speaking career, he has achieved other great success that has taken him across the world. “I built a speaking career in San Diego that had a weekly attendance of 500+ people for 5 years,” he says. “I got signed as a first-time author to Greenleaf Publishing at age 34. I launched my book, “You Vs You – The 12 Ways to Kick Your Own Ass and Win”, in February 2019. My book became an Amazon Best Seller in 2019.”
Todd is taking things further with the establishment of an institute to help people make the same transformation he did. “I recently launched the InsideOUT Institute with my best friend and top body code practitioner Emanuel Zevallos and trusted partners with the expressed purpose of teaching and equipping others. Through this proven system and our program’s transformational leadership coaching, we have helped and are guiding many more new coaches to create a six-figure income from home by launching and building their own coaching businesses/practitioners and their personal brands to make them stand out with their unique message.”
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