Orrin “Checkmate” Hudson

Today on the Wiser Roundtable Podcast, Orrin “Checkmate” Hudson joins Casey Smith for a special community spotlight episode.

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Summary:

Casey and Orrin begin the podcast by discussing how Orrin uses chess to teach young people how to navigate the complexities of life. Orrin first learned how to play chess when he was young. Chess gave him the tools and strategies to think for himself. Orrin is on a mission to show people that you can make better choices if you think before you move, and do no harm.

Pattern recognition is the key to success in all fields. Once you recognize patterns in life, you can predict success and failure better. If you want to be successful, be a giver. Serve people, add value, do more than you’re paid for and you will win every time.

Orrin currently works with young people to educate them on how to deal with law enforcement. He teaches them how to be respectful, be calm, and to do what they are told. He mentions it is important to fight the case in the court system, not on the side of the road.

Orrin emphasizes that we all are one. His goal is to uplift and inspire everyone he meets, everywhere he goes. Orrin is doing an amazing job educating and helping young people make better decisions. If you would like to support the great work he is doing, here is a link to his GoFundMe page.

Timestamps:

0:59 Be Someone

5:50 Patterns in Life

10:00 Teaching How to Deal with Law Enforcement

13:43 Chess

17:00 Support Be Someone

About Orrin “Checkmate” Hudson:

Orrin is a former Alabama state trooper, Air Force veteran, and world renowned chess champion. He is the author of the  #1 Amazon best seller, One Move at a Time, How to Win at Chess and Life. He is a captivating speaker/facilitator and is the founder of Be Someone, a Georgia-based nonprofit which provides a youth-focused leadership skills development program on how to win in life using the game of chess. His formula – using the chess board – teaches that for every move that is made, whether it is playing the game or living as a contributing citizen, there is a corresponding positive or negative consequence.

Links:

Learn more about Casey Smith and connect with him on Twitter.

Learn more about Orrin “Checkmate” Hudson and his non-profit, Be Someone.

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