Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, ‘What’s in it for me?’ We listen to others because we care about them. How else can you show you care? Anyone can give a hug, but not everybody calls you just to ask “How are you?” Ask, listen, care, repeat. Subscribe to the podcast.

Spend enough time with losers, and you’ll become one. Apply this analogy to any type of person. Do you want to get fit? Hang out with fit people. People feed off each others energy. Positive attracts positive and negative attracts negative. 

Bob Dylan said once “A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and gets to bed at night, and in between he does what he wants to do.” It seems that unsuccessful people seems to hold on to these habits to the extent that it is what defines them. So then what defines an unsuccessful person? We will discuss these 9 habits of unsuccessful people on the show today with Co-hosts Missy Crutchfield, Shawna Peters and Helene Philipsen.

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Malcolm Out Loud is the creator of America Out Loud. Host of Viewpoint This Sunday; Nozzle News, the daily news show; and Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Pleasure. A dynamic radio personality, who is thought-provoking, introspective, and often a champion for those overlooked in our society—like veterans, law enforcement officers, and good citizens doing their best to contribute to society in a positive way. What makes him different than any other radio host—it’s his straightforward approach to difficult subjects. Whether it’s politics or breaking news, or a long unnoticed issue in our lives—Malcolm is open-minded, sincere, and unafraid to speak the Out Loud Truth. If you’re looking for something different than people yelling over one another—and something that examines an issue or event in an authentic, reasonable manner—then he is your man. Never boring, he’s candid and sincere—and will often make you think deeply about topics that have been kicked around for years. To get to the Out Loud Truth, tune in and listen!