On tonight’s Glenn Beck Program, Srinivas Rao, author of The Art of Being Unmistakable, joined Glenn to talk about the importance of overcoming fear and living the life you imagine for yourself. Glenn discovered the book, currently only available for the Kindle, several weeks ago, and he is confident that Srinivas’s theory “is the future.”
Glenn and Srinivas probably would never have crossed paths had it not been for this book. In fact, it’s probably safe to say they would not run in the same circles. But that is not a barrier to sharing and promoting similar ideals. Srinivas, admittedly, is apolitical and couldn’t care less about politics. But he watched Glenn’s interview with Mike Rowe from last week’s program and found that he agreed with everything that was said about the failing education system and how we need to begin advocating for alternative education again. Glenn asked Srinivas to explain the interesting series of events that lead to him to write The Art of Being Unmistakable and to end up where he is today.
In the book, Srinivas speaks a lot about the importance of forging one’s own path – even if it is the road less traveled. As Glenn explained, his ‘ah-ha’ moment came at what was essentially rock bottom. But it was at rock bottom that Glenn finally allowed himself to see and accept the truth about himself and his passions. And that is when, as Glenn described it, his career really began. Srinivas and Glenn agreed that life should be about modeling, not mimicking. As Srinivas explains in his book, living an unmistakable life is as much about making things different as it is making things better.