Mike’s interview with Joe Piscopo: helping others with his Lindell Recovery Network™

Joe Piscopo started this interview with Mike Lindell by saying “the legend has walked into the room.” He went on to say that Mike’s “tweets are from a different city every single minute it seems.”

And yes, Mike has been very busy. He has been on the road giving many evangelistic speeches to very large crowds. He is also working on the Lindell Recovery Network™, which is coming out soon, and he is going to launch his book soon. Plus, Mike is promoting President Trump anytime he can.

The Lindell Recovery Network™

The Lindell Recovery Network™ fits right in with the Opioid Bill that President Trump signed. Mike was at the White House when Trump signed this bill and knows what addicts go through because he’s been there. And, since he is a recovered addict, he intends to use his story of hope to help other addicts.

Towards this, Mike is creating the Lindell Recovery Network™ (LRN) to help addicts find hope. As Mike says, “it is a revolutionary platform I have been working on which will set people free from addiction once and for all.”

You can’t really get over drugs without a faith

Mike believes that Christian-based centers such as Team Challenge, Salvation Army, and Union Gospel are the best. For they restore your heart. Other centers, according to Mike, “prey on families” and push the fact that addiction is a disease. When people get out of these centers, they don’t have their drugs, and they “feel shame,” so they relapse and must go back. Then, the addicts run out of insurance so these centers then tell people to “cash in your 401(k)s”.

Mike does not buy into the fact that addiction is a disease. Mike believes that addiction comes “from wounds from your childhood, from trauma, from fatherlessness, and stuff like that.” These wounds manifest into a feeling of unworthiness.

Mike went on to talk about the opioid crisis which is affecting every single person. Everyone knows someone that has died or is close to dying in this epidemic. As Mike says, “We’ve got to get to these kids now because it’s only going to get worse.”

Towards this, Mike says that “You can’t really get over drugs without a faith. That’s number one. And then the second thing is getting your heart restored.” Then you “can address the wounds you had as a kid.” And the Christian-based treatment centers are the best towards these goals.

What Are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO

Mike has a new book, What Are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO! The proceeds of this book will help finance the Lindell Recovery Network™. You order the book now at MyStore.com. The book tells Mike’s story of going from a crack addict to becoming the tremendous success he has today. So, it will be a story of hope and inspiration for all.

The MyPillow platform continues to help others

So yes, Mike has been very busy using his MyPillow platform to help others. As Joe Piscopo says, Mike is “one of the purest guys I know, pure with a heart of gold like I’ve never seen.”