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"To spiritual leaders to entrepreneurs for me. It's it's learning from all types of people in mixing it up. So not having the same person every time, but caused the learning different perspectives different beliefs that's from individuals for me. That's what's exciting and not saying I'm gonna take every new belief from someone, but what's one thing I can grab start testing and applying to prove my life. So I like people of all walks of life. Who are you Keith influences growing up? I some great coaches that I really leaned on when I was trying to be a great athlete who were really influential my dad, and my mom, obviously were very inspiring. My dad would always you know, he was alive insurance salesman. So we worked very hard, and he would come home every night and talk me and say a prayer with me, and he came to every sports game in high school, and I went to a private boarding school. And he would fly every week and come see me and was on the field taking photos. So again, he was another great example of like how to be there for for me. And as a son like, and he was always there for me a lot of the other parents weren't there not thought that was a great example, so coaches, parents my older brother is a hero mine. He's eleven years older. And even though he was in prison for four years. I would go visit him every weekend. We'd take a two and a half hour drive to visit him in the visiting room. And I learned a lot from being in a prison every single week by seeing other inmates with their families. You know? Some of these inmates were so emotionally and mentally free. Yet they were in prison their whole life or going to be imprisoned her whole life. And then I would come in the outside world and see that there are so many people who are physically free but emotionally trapped mentally trapped in bars in their own hearts. And I thought that was like the greatest crime that we commit is being free physically, but not reaching our potential when there are people behind bars who are emotionally mentally free some of them and don't have the opportunities we do anymore because of the actions they've committed so. I'm influenced by a lot of people. I'm inspired by a lot of people even people that may be like the worst of the worst. I feel like I can learn from anyone, and that's what I try to do. So I have one final question for you want to ask you, what is the worst advice you've ever received on a find out what the worst advice you've ever received as it? And we'll have Lewis house answer that question in just one segment if you want to hear the answer you have to go over to daily, wire dot com and hit subscribe. It's all you have to do. Just subscribe and hear the end of our conversation over there at daily wire dot com. This is going to be a good one. So sure you subscribe, the Lewis has thank you so much for stopping by his book is the mask masculine. He's check out his podcast the school of greatness, as well, it was real pleasure. Do you think? The Ben Shapiro show. Sunday special is produced by Jonathan hey, executive producer, Jeremy boring, associate producer Mathis clever edited by Donovan foul were audio is mixed by Dylan case Herron makeup is by just what over title graphics by Cynthia and Golo the Ben Shapiro show. Sunday special is daily wire production copyright, daily wire. Twenty nineteen."