In this episode, Starve the Doubts host Jared Easley, along with co-host Kimanzi Constable from kimanziconstable.com, interviews Sterling Wright. He is Mr. 100 from Nashville, Tennessee.
Sterling has gained wide popularity for being a contestant on the Season 13 of Hell’s Kitchen. Not only has he shown his antics in the kitchen, but more importantly, his radiating positivity and his 100% mindset have significantly impacted people’s lives.
Sterling is simply a happy guy and he wants to bring the same happiness to people as well as touch their lives. He wants to show people that no matter how hard life can get or how you may be surrounded by negative people, it is ultimately YOUR choice to be happy!
In this episode, you will learn more about:
The best thing about L.A.!
Sterling’s experience at Hell’s Kitchen
What the word ‘HATERS’ stands for
What it means to be 100
The power of doing everything 100%
Adopting the 100 mindset!
What he learned from Chef Gordon Ramsay
His advice to people working with others who are difficult to get along with
How he starved the doubts during challenging times
His experience at Hell’s Kitchen
How he got to Hell’s Kitchen
It’s funny how people hate it when they see you happy
Why he loves Gordon Ramsay
What HATERS stands for: Having Anger Towards Everyone Reaching Success
Why Sterling is Mr.100
100% stress free
When you’re in a room full of people:
You may not remember everybody in that room; but,
Make sure everybody remembers you by the time you leave.
How people can remember you
What he learned from Gordon Ramsay:
Believing in himself more
Sterling’s advice to people working other people who are difficult to get along with:
You are responsible for your own happiness.
Don’t let anybody bring you down.
If you love what you’re doing, just let it show.
His difficult times in Nashville and how he starved the doubts
If you want to do something bigger with your life:
Watch out for everybody!
What’s next for Sterling Wright
Getting his foundation, The Wright Way Foundation started to help kids
The impact of Sterling’s fiance in his life
The impact of Hell’s Kitchen in his life
Being grateful for what he has accomplished
The thought of impacting people
Still being happy even with Gordon yelling
What Sterling does when he’s losing it
Picturing his fiance in his mind
Taking a deep breath
Connect with Sterling on Facebook
Sterling’s final thoughts for the listeners:
“Before you judge me, know me.”
“If you’ve tried a lot of things that didn’t work out, try God… watch the impact God has in your life.”