He has been featured for his work in Psychology Today, Phoenix Magazine and Reader’s Digest among other popular publications.
Through his powerful methods, transformational coaching and life-changing workshops, Kenny’s mission is simple: to help as many people as possible become the greatest version of themselves.
Raised by struggling parents who had four children by their early 20s, emotions ran high in the Weiss household. Add in a father who was beaten as a child and a mother who was adopted, and it is easy to see why Kenny grew up in a home with a rage-filled dad and an alcoholic mother.
Kenny’s upbringing molded his life, one in which he faced many of his own struggles. After battling with his personal demons for years, he contemplated suicide. Holed up in his apartment for three days, he found himself trying to write a suicide note to his own children. But when he tried to justify his choice, he just couldn't. Every time he tried to write a sentence, he realized there was no way he could take his life without completely transferring his pain to his children.
After more than 30 years of reading, studying, going to seminars, and working with counselors trying to get a handle on his own issues and pain, he had an epiphany: something is drastically missing in society and the personal development field.
At that moment, he went into his office and wrote down these words.
"I want to come up with a revolutionary process no one else has discovered that will fundamentally change society!"
This is when he started the journey which would later become The Greatness Movement.