Welcome to the IQ Knowledge Junkie podcast, where enlightening ideas come from! I’m The Author of “LMAOKJ” (Learning More After Obstacles Kenneth Journey) “LMFAOKJ” (Learning Motivation From All Over Knowledge Junkie) and “IQKJ” (Inspiring Quotations Knowledgeably Justified). I’ve been in a magazine, won the best sense of humor award in High School and I plan on owning a NBA TEAM. Twitter : @lmaoKJ Instagram @ilmaoKJ Google : LMFAOKJ to see all of my book information.
Thanks once again to everyone who told me happy Birthday, I didn’t get a chance to celebrate it as much as I wanted to due to me planning so late but I have faith that this will be my last year ever struggling to purchasing whatever it is I want on my birthday! God is Good! #Year23
This is my 50th episode ever recorded! Thanks to God for giving me the ability to do so! I’ve got inspired by DJ Khaled new album “Father Of Asahd”. The music on the album motivated me to not neglect this gift of mines mainly because while others are excessively working on their craft, I’m just chilling playing video games which don’t sit well with me! I hope y’all enjoy this episode.
Some of the most valuable information that I’ve spoke on in this episode is what I learned from Karen Lamb, the quote says “A year from now you may wish you had started today”. This advice should inspire you all to knock out your goals now because you never know what opportunity or idea that may appear once you work relentlessly on what you believe in.
This is one of my most fluent episodes that I believe I released due to me constantly having to re record the episode because I struggle with continually saying “You know what I’m saying” during segments. Y’all please cope with me, I believe I’m getting better every time i release episodes.
I recorded this episode due to the inspiration from the legacy that Nipsey Hussle left behind. Nip, every time I hear about your situation it seems unbelievable.... I continue to send my prayers and condolences to your family! My favorite mixtape by you was that “Mailbox Money” and my favorite song on the was that (Overtime).. “Opportunity preparation made me this nice” -Nipsey 🙏🏾
I think that I’ve found a new way to record my episode, which will allow me to be more consistent with the valuable content that I have to offer. Thanks to God and my supporters.. I won’t stop creating content because part of the world will suffer if this practical information that I’ve used don’t get to others attention around the world.
Thanks to everyone who’s supported me on this journey with my podcast. By y’all listening to what I have to say is what motivates me to continue creating every single day. All Glory to God! Believe it or not, God gives me the strength to record on days when I don’t even feel like it.
I had to gather up a lot of inspiration to record this episode and that’s because the word passion has became one of the main reasons I believe in my style of writing so much. Back when I use to write without the confirmation of other going to like my content wasn’t able to stop me and that was from my consistent way of thinking and actually believing the writing was my passion. But there’s so much valuable information in this episode, be sure to get a pen and paper just to write down anything meaningful that you hear.
Always remember that “your gift is what you do the absolute best with the least amount of effort” and I learned this information from Steve Harvey in the midst of writing my first book and not being sure if I wanted to continue. Now to sum it up, I’m on book 3 and I think this is like my 44th podcast episode. Keep Hustling and stay observant to your surroundings, success might be right there.
This episode is the first of 2019. Have a meaningful New Year, try to make at least everyday count. Write down daily and long term goal and be serious about the because the greatest part of it all is being able to check them off after achieving them!
Some of the most valuable information that’s I spoke on in this episode was “Learning never exhausts the mind” which was what I learned from Leonardo Da Vinci .. Make sure y’all take heed and continue to learn something every single day.
Some of the most valuable information that I spoke about in this episode is what I learned from Jim Rohn he said “Do not get trapped by economic necessities” which to me means that I must become valuable enough to create value for the market place which eventually will allow me to have multiple sources of income and thankfully I won’t have to suffer over the reality of living paycheck to paycheck!
Make sure y’all take heed to this valuable information that I spoke on in this episode. Some of the most wise words that I’ve spoke on in this episode is what I learned from Jim Rohn which is “One week of neglect could cause you a year of repair”. This information is so valuable y’all, please tattoo it on your brain so you’ll be able to remember it. It’ll also help you to overcome procrastination and laziness especially if your a entrepreneur!
I apologize if I messed up and didn’t quote Kobe Bryant correctly but what I meant to say was “If you have the ambition to reach your fullest potential in anything your going to have to have things you inevitably give up” and he finished off by saying “to be honest if the work feel like sacrifices, your probably not doing the thing you were meant to do”. Thanks if you’ve got this far on reading! Next episode I’ll speak on (Responsibility).
I appreciate everyone who checked out today’s episode! I was procrastinating about recording this episode until I listened to the last song on the Carter 5 (Let It all work out) it inspired me to get up and handle my business.
My apology for the stuttering and the rushing of my words but there’s still valuable information in this episode! 2K19 just dropped and I got mines 4 days earlier so I gotta go! Thanks again for the support!
This was a challenging episode to speak on but I managed to get through it, thanks to all the people who told me they’ve been listening, y’all inspired me to keep working continuously!! Some of the most valuable information I spoke on in this episode was “When your emotionally engaged in something your able to push through all the obstacles” -Robert Greene
If you’ve listened to this episode, I just wanna say thanks to you all. I’m currently learning more on how not to lose my breath while speaking. I looked to @Fiyaniya__ on Twitter for some guidance while speaking and from here on out, I’ll be utilizing those techniques to be a better speaker for myself and this great audience that I have. Thanks again to everyone if you’ve gave this Episode on Influence some attention.
I did at least ten one takes on this episode, by me exercising right before recording cause me to have shortness of breath. Despite of all the complications in this episode the information is still valuable. Thanks to everyone who support IQKJ.
This was another valuable episode that took me a while to put together but the most meaningful information that I spoke on today was “Success is something you attract, by the person you become”. -Jim Rohn. To anyone whose reading this description and you have found a meaning for success yet, just make sure you focus on developing your gifts and working on them as much as possible. From personal experience I can tell you that it’ll pay off. Build your life around your strengths first.
In this episode I also spoke on what I learned from Eleanor Roosevelt which was “Learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t live long enough to make them yourself”. Stay tuned for the next episode I’ll be speaking on diligence.
Today was another successful and fluent episode but the most valuable point I spoke on today was the “Build your life around your strengths” mentality that I learned from Tai Lopez and it’s basically self explanatory. If there’s any skill in your life that you feel like there’s potential in, my advice is to hone it as much as possible because depending on how good you become at particular skill, you’ll have a team who picks up your weaknesses and one of those teammates is of course God. Thanks for y’all attention.
This is another short but valuable episode. Make sure y’all write down what I read from (The Richest Man in Babylon) book “Advice is freely given away but watch that you take only what is worth having”.
This is another episode that I’m confident about which I believe will grasp others attention because I just gave away some of my most valuable advice which was “You can have more than you’ve got because you can become more than you are, and of course the other side of the coin reads, unless you change how you are you’ll always have what you’ve got.” -Jim Rohn
In this episode I also spoke on what I learned from the entrepreneur Dan Pena & Steve Harvey which was “If you got knowledge and never share it how we know you got it”! Y’all tune in I also spoke on how I became so successful in Nba 2k18 Quick Match. Tune in!!!!!
Remember everybody, make sure y’all write down any valuable information that your hear wether it’s from me or any other source you decide to receive it from, I can truly say that it’ll help you in the future.
Y’all please cope with my From constantly saying “uhh” it’s a habit that I must break while communicating but besides that make sure y’all stay aware of the valuable information that I’m giving away from the years of me studying success and value. Hopefully everyone enjoy!
Each day my communication level with podcasting is getting better so y’all please cope with me. I’ll soon master the Art of Communication and hopefully everything I speak on. Thanks for the support, to all the listeners.