Rich German Reveals the "Tipping Point" that Caused Him to Abandon His Day Job to Make a Difference

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Rich German, the "Coaches' Coach," Reveals Today the Catalysts that Caused Him to Leave a Successful Career in Real Estate to Pursue Making a Difference in the Lives of Thousands of Homeless Youths Across the US. German Appears on a New Episode of Law of Attraction Guru and Mind Movies Co-Founder Natalie Ledwell's Online TV Show, The Inspiration Show.

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There are 1.6 million homeless children in America. The most shocking thing to me is that it is mostly overlooked by society. I knew I needed to do something for this generation.

Law of Attraction guru and Mind Movies co-founder Natalie Ledwell announced today the release of a new episode of her online TV show, The Inspiration Show. The short video interview features renowned coach and the originator of ‘The Gen Why Project,’ Rich German.

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On the show, German shares that he worked as a real estate agent for years. Although he was financially successful, he felt personally unfulfilled. German spent years coaching part time, but it took a painful divorce and a hurricane destroying his Florida home to force him out of real estate indefinitely.

“I dropped everything, moved to California and restarted my entire life,” says German. “Four years ago, I started my own coaching company and wrote a book on achieving financial freedom. I am so grateful that I get to wake up every day, do what I love, and help people along the way.”

After experiencing financial success, German said he knew it was his time to give back to society. He saw that, in many areas of the United States, there was an alarming number of homeless youth living in poverty with limited sanitation and a lack of proper support systems and educational opportunities.

The Gen Why Project is German’s movement designed to raise awareness for the plight of homeless youth in America. German had the idea to create a reality TV show, titled “The Cut,” featuring five musically talented individuals that either live on the streets or in foster homes.

Youths participating in The Gen Why Project must maintain consistent school attendance and overall honest behavior to receive final prizes. The students that make “The Cut” receive educational resources, emotional support and a chance to record a song in a professional studio.

“There are 1.6 million homeless children in America,” German shares with The Inspiration Show host Natalie Ledwell. “The most shocking thing to me is that it is mostly overlooked by society. I knew I needed to do something for this generation.”

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Over 1 million people worldwide have already received Ledwell’s free pre-made Mind Movies, which are dynamic moving video vision boards that help viewers visualize and achieve their desires and goals faster and easier than they ever thought possible.

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Founded in 2007, Mind Movies’ mission is to help empower people from all over the world to visualize their goals and manifest their greatest dreams and desires. Mind Movies has touched the lives of over 1 million people around the world and is headquartered in downtown San Diego, California.

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