Billboard 200 charts, after which he signed with Columbia Records to further his reach. His book, , showed up on the New York Times best-seller list.
NBA star Stephen Curry often invited him to speak to the Golden State Warriors.The massive crowds before which he performed had no way of knowing what he was going through.“I would go out there and jump around, go through the motions, shake hands and smile,” he says. “Then I’d go back and crawl in my bunk and die.” doesn’t pick favorites.
Clinical depression, anxiety, overwork and sleep deprivation lurked. One day on tour, they launched an all-out assault. He woke up with what he describes as a dark cloud over his head.Read more on success.com