The Truth About Kyle
I don’t know how to present myself to you. I am being myself as truthfully as I can be. I am someone who is an extremely experienced standup comedian. I am also someone who knows how to help people get better at doing stuff. I can take my comedy experience to get people out of nerves, I can get people out of fear and help people get exactly where they want to be.
The challenge is that people only see one world or the other. You are either a funny cynic, or a positive nut job. I am right in the middle of this. I am cynical. But I am cynical about doubt. I am cynical about fears. I believe THEY are the illusion.
I believe people are choosing to waste their lives. I believe people get addicted to being positive as a way to not change. I believe that anything is possible. But I am not just reposting Gandhi quotes. I constantly take action, beat out old habits and play with how much I can change. I try to share this with people. But often, they only see truth as inspiration, and inspiration as spam.
So they discard it, and they miss out on something amazing. It is really scary and often short term painful to face your shit. But it is scarier in the long run not to. I have done it a lot. I do it every day. I look inward constantly and make the change that I can see is needed.
I am not here as a guru; I am not here to change people. I am here to throw a wrench in people’s belief systems. The changes I have implemented on myself have been dramatic.
One time, I went 90 full days eating only raw food and doing the p90x work out. I announced that for 90 days I would eat only organic veggies, nuts and fruits. No caffeine, alcohol, cooked yummy food at all. I told my following that if I ate one cooked thing I would give away $10,000. Pretty insane, right?
I was forced to see what would happen. I was forced to face addiction, suffer and change. It was hard as hell, for 1 week. But you know what happened? I changed my habits. I changed my freaking habits. I changed the foods I was addicted to. I learned I had the power to change who I was. It was less scary then I thought, and the pay off was LIFE CHANGING.
I started trying to tell people about this. Most people are excited. Some people hate that I am not doing only comedy now. So I can tell you this. I still do both. I now combine both. I work a lot. I do comedy and can change the way you see your life with my experiences.
So what is different about me? I am a comedian, and I can help you grow. I am directly in the middle of two worlds who honestly both hate each other.
But that is not who I am. Those are just society’s labels. I am not really a comedian or a speaker. I am seeking the truth. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s inspirational.
Until you have faced some stuff head on and changed your habits, discovered who you are is not your past, realized you can do whatever the hell you want from your own EXPERIENCES, you have not experienced what life can really do for you.