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Meet Zach Touchon

Today we’d like to introduce you to Zach Touchon. Them and their team share their story with us below:

Zach Touchon was born in Dallas, Texas. After losing his Mother suddenly, Zach opened an art gallery and film studio in Downtown Los Angeles. While walking through this experience, he discovered a system for life transformation that helped him to reach his goals and dreams by simply using some simple rules, principles, and recognizing and utilizing the resources he had. In The powerful new book, “You Have Everything You Need To Get What You Want” Zach teaches how anyone can use these ideas to transform their careers, relationships, and even lives. The book is available on all platforms.

To take personal development even further to even improving the body, mind, and soul Zach Touchon created the 30 Day Change You Challenge. Available at changeyouchallenge.com users download a free 70-page workbook designed to help them reach their full potential and jumpstart their rise to full greatness.

Having overcome so much in his life Zach Touchon’s passion is to help others overcome their struggles as well. Zach also works with individuals who are working towards their full potential and assists with creative teams with the free flow of ideas.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
Los Angeles is no easy city to survive in. Obstacles are a part of everyday life here. From always running out of time, money, or energy to navigating the city, to moving from place to place to stay ahead of the rent increases surviving is this town can be tough. As a creative person, there have been many obstacles with finding studio space, to figuring out where to put all of the art that hasn’t sold yet. And then there was COVID. COVID was particularly hard on us but we made it through it. After being in LA for so long I have become accustomed to “making it work.”

As you know, we’re big fans of you and your work. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about what you do?
What do I do is kind of a loaded question. My first response is, “how long do you have?” Ha ha, I would say that I am a “creative soul” so creativity resonates in pretty much everything I do. A long time ago I figured something out, “everything is the same.” Not everyone agrees with me on this one but as a creative person who does so many different things from writing to music, to film, to art, fashion, photography, screenwriting, to whatever is next, what you will find is that the process is the same for almost anything. Once I understood this I couldn’t call myself just an artist or a musician I had to graduate to a “creative.”

Now that I’m an author and my material is self-development I have taken on another mission to help others realize their dreams as well. For me it all kind of goes back to the hip hop principle “each one reach on.” In other words as a creative person, it is important to teach others what you have learned to further your reach as a creative. It all starts with passion really.

The crisis has affected us all in different ways. How has it affected you and any important lessons or epiphanies you can share with us?
I think what COVID has taught me is that what I used to think was important isn’t as important as I thought it was. I think it has impacted many of us in the same way. I realize now that living my life is more important than getting everything done. Don’t get me wrong, getting things done is still very important but enjoying the process is far more important. I think it taught me that really being with the people you are with and being present, really being in the moment and making things memorable, and just trying to be a human and not a robot is what’s really important. Being caged I’m my apartment gave me this deep need to experience and not be stuck in one place. Surviving financially taught me that my wife and I are able to overcome amazing difficulties when we stick together.

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