30 min

Cycling Through the Pain Bereaved But Still Me

    • Health & Fitness

What can we learn from others who have lived through traumatic experiences? Why would someone bicycle almost 5000 miles across the country alone?

By the time David Richman was in his late 30s, he knew he needed to make a change. Overweight, sedentary, in an abusive and unhealthy marriage, David realized that he wouldn’t have satisfaction in his life without zeroing in on what he wanted for himself. He began setting measurable, attainable, and meaningful goals -- to become healthy, to raise his young twins in a safe home environment, to become a top performer at work, and to seek out his own physical, mental and emotional limits.

David is a businessman, corporate and motivational speaker, and personal consultant. He is also the author of “Cycle of Lives” and “Winning in the Middle of the Pack.”

Links mentioned in this episode:

David’s websites: https://david-richman.com/

and http://cycleoflives.org

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Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bereaved-but-still-me/id1333229173

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What can we learn from others who have lived through traumatic experiences? Why would someone bicycle almost 5000 miles across the country alone?

By the time David Richman was in his late 30s, he knew he needed to make a change. Overweight, sedentary, in an abusive and unhealthy marriage, David realized that he wouldn’t have satisfaction in his life without zeroing in on what he wanted for himself. He began setting measurable, attainable, and meaningful goals -- to become healthy, to raise his young twins in a safe home environment, to become a top performer at work, and to seek out his own physical, mental and emotional limits.

David is a businessman, corporate and motivational speaker, and personal consultant. He is also the author of “Cycle of Lives” and “Winning in the Middle of the Pack.”

Links mentioned in this episode:

David’s websites: https://david-richman.com/

and http://cycleoflives.org

Links to “Bereaved But Still Me” Social Media and Podcast Pages:

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bereaved-but-still-me/id1333229173

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/heart-to-heart-with-michael

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HugPodcastNetwork
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGPKwIU5M_YOxvtWepFR5Zw

Website: https://www.hug-podcastnetwork.com/

To support our program, visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/hearttoheart

Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/bereaved-but-still-me--2108929/support.

30 min

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