Jun 5, 2018
When I first started this podcast, I knew I had to have Mike Lee on to share his incredible story, his inspiring journey and most importantly, his killer mindset with all of you.
Mike is a professional boxer who is currently undefeated and ranked 3rd in the World Boxing Organization (WBO). He has been an athlete his whole life and a professional boxer for 6 years, starting his career right out of college. Life hasn’t always been easy for Mike — in fact, pain has been his constant companion in the past few years, the result of a rare autoimmune condition.
Through his greatest trials and times of immense suffering, Mike persevered and rose above his situation to get where he is today—all thanks to his attitude and mindset. Mike’s journey of pain and healing is truly astounding, and he is a testament to the power of the human spirit and will. Mike is an amazing soul and I am so excited for you to listen to this episode.
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“A lot of parents tend to tell their kids to go for the safe route for security and safety. But for me, my parents always pushed me to just go for it, just jump in the deep end and see if you can swim.”
“At the end of the day, whether I break my hand in my next fight and I never fight again, or I go on to win a world title, at least I can go to bed at night knowing that I went for it.”
“The biggest pain I’ve had in my life is the pain of regret.”
“It was easy for me because I believed in myself and I believed in my dream, but at the same time I was really stepping into the unknown.”
"Boxing has taught me how strong the human will and the human spirit are.”
“Your mind, and your will, and your spirit are so much stronger than you think.”
“Your brain doesn’t know the difference between perception and reality.”
“Your mindset and your attitude are everything. Your mind is the most powerful tool that humans have. And what you do with it, is up to you.”
“You can’t control the cards that are dealt to you. But how you play them is entirely up to you.”