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Jang Kim; Korean Charisma

Jang Kim, “Coach Jang” aka, the “Asian Anthony Robbins”, is a “salesmaster extraordinaire”. He’s a man who knows firsthand the greatest human “gift” since fire and the opposable thumb — our innate ability to market, promote and sell ourselves.

 

Look around you. Everything has been bought and sold. “Selling” makes the world go round. Anything and everything you want or desire, requires selling.

 

Everything you have, from job, to relationships, to cars, to house,required a degree of selling. We can ALL do it, many of us choose not to do it fully.

 

But by knowing it, we know the “Secret”, the “Law of attraction”, because as we sell, we attract the things we want to us.

 

Jang has mastered the “art” of selling, as a lifelong process. And the first thing he sold was to his most difficult customer — himself.

 

He sold himself from an undersized, underrated teen into a Division I college star.

 

Through sports, he developed training programs, not only for football, but for self enhancement. He based it on the career of Hall of Fame running back, Walter Payton, who was told he’d never make it in the NFL and became the NFL’s greatest player.

 

He based it on his father, who was homeless and hungry after the Korean War, but “sold” himself into the military, and rose to be the right hand of the Korean president.

 

His father lost it all after the president was assassinated, and came to the U.S.with nothing and sold himself as a prosperous merchant to support his family.

 

Jang sold himself to successful careers as a car salesman, manager, coach, and speaker, at a time when the Asian stereotype was “bland” and “boring”.

 

He sold himself to Koreans without speaking fluently. He sold himself multi- culturally to create independent marketing networks for products.

 

He sold himself to a 6 figure income and a way of Life that exceeded his Father’s.

 

He did all this because he valued the 2 most important things in Life; Time, and honing your craft.

 

Without respect for Time, you’ll give in to distractions.

 

Without respect for your craft, you’ll never develop the plan to put into action.

 

As a Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu master, Jang has also found the essence in that martial art that he regularly applies in his coaching sessions.

 

The cheapest thing on earth is potential. The greatest waste is not using your potential. And Jang tries to stir the “sales potential” that is within all people.

 

What’s your favorite saying?

“SHOW, don’t tell”

 

What’s the best thing about being Asian?

Our striving to live in the moment. Not to be a downer but Life is gonna end for all of us. None of us get out alive and I’m not of the opinion I have to live 90 years for my Life to be worth something.”

 

What’s the most important thing in Life?

The greatest human gift next to the opposable thumb, is “Selling”. Look around you. EVERYTHING has been bought and SOLD.

 

How do you relax?

Brazilian Jiu- jitsu. If you’re stuck, lonely, socially anxious, unfulfilled and unconfident, get into martial

arts and sports; take some falls, grow some balls.

 

Jang Kim, “Coach Jang” aka, the “Asian Anthony Robbins”, is a “salesmaster extraordinaire”. He’s a man who knows firsthand the greatest human “gift” since fire and the opposable thumb — our innate ability to market, promote and sell ourselves.

Look around you. Everything has been bought and sold. “Selling” makes the world go round. Anything and everything you want or desire, requires selling.

Everything you have, from job, to relationships, to cars, to house,required a degree of selling. We can ALL do it, many of us choose not to do it fully.

But by knowing it, we know the “Secret”, the “Law of attraction”, because as we sell, we attract the things we want to us.

Jang has mastered the “art” of selling, as a lifelong process. And the first thing he sold was to his most difficult customer — himself.

He sold himself from an undersized, underrated teen into a Division I college star.

Through sports, he developed training programs, not only for football, but for self enhancement. He based it on the career of Hall of Fame running back, Walter Payton, who was told he’d never make it in the NFL and became the NFL’s greatest player.

He based it on his father, who was homeless and hungry after the Korean War, but “sold” himself into the military, and rose to be the right hand of the Korean president.

His father lost it all after the president was assassinated, and came to the U.S.with nothing and sold himself as a prosperous merchant to support his family.

Jang sold himself to successful careers as a car salesman, manager, coach, and speaker, at a time when the Asian stereotype was “bland” and “boring”.

He sold himself to Koreans without speaking fluently. He sold himself multi- culturally to create independent marketing networks for products.

He sold himself to a 6 figure income and a way of Life that exceeded his Father’s.

He did all this because he valued the 2 most important things in Life; Time, and honing your craft.

Without respect for Time, you’ll give in to distractions.

Without respect for your craft, you’ll never develop the plan to put into action.

As a Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu master, Jang has also found the essence in that martial art that he regularly applies in his coaching sessions.

The cheapest thing on earth is potential. The greatest waste is not using your potential. And Jang tries to stir the “sales potential” that is within all people.

What’s your favorite saying?

“SHOW, don’t tell”

What’s the best thing about being Asian?

Our striving to live in the moment. Not to be a downer but Life is gonna end for all of us. None of us get out alive and I’m not of the opinion I have to live 90 years for my Life to be worth something.”

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