1 hr 3 min

85. Your Trauma is Not a Barrier, It’s a Window with David Richman Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast

    • Society & Culture

It’s easy to feel bad when you are not yet the person you want to be. When you haven’t yet developed the habits you desire, or haven’t yet got up and pursued the life of your dreams. David Richman found himself in this position, feeling bad about his smoking habit and his weight. Now an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, athlete, and philanthropist, there are endless lessons to learn from David’s journey through trauma to the life of his dreams. Listen in for proof that it’s never too late to take a step back, assess your life, and make changes that will get you where you want to go. 
 
Today, David uses the lessons learned in his life to enrich and inspire others.  not on what others wanted out of him, but on what he wanted out of life, he went from a sedentary smoker to living the life he always wanted. In his first book, Winning in the Middle of the Pack, David discusses how you can get more out of yourself than ever imagined. And in his second, Cycle of Lives, he shares the interconnected stories of others overcoming obstacles—specifically cancer.
 
Tune in and find out why your trauma is not a barrier, it’s a window!
 
[00:01 - 09:08] Opening Segment
 
David shares his background and work  Why he started to explore the emotional side of cancer His focus on the transformation of grief trauma Cycle of Lives Winning in the Middle of the Pack  Your traumas are not worse than others Understand the meaning behind what people are going through  
[09:09 - 31:37] Your Trauma is Not a Barrier, It’s a Window
 
David introduces his book Cycle of Lives Patricia’s story: A woman who had a really poor cancer diagnosis Traumas that are preventing us to have connections with others The emotional side of trauma and how it is affected by stages of life Tools on how to better talk to people in our lives that are going through things Put your feet on the ground and try to make the best out of your day span style= "fon

It’s easy to feel bad when you are not yet the person you want to be. When you haven’t yet developed the habits you desire, or haven’t yet got up and pursued the life of your dreams. David Richman found himself in this position, feeling bad about his smoking habit and his weight. Now an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, athlete, and philanthropist, there are endless lessons to learn from David’s journey through trauma to the life of his dreams. Listen in for proof that it’s never too late to take a step back, assess your life, and make changes that will get you where you want to go. 
 
Today, David uses the lessons learned in his life to enrich and inspire others.  not on what others wanted out of him, but on what he wanted out of life, he went from a sedentary smoker to living the life he always wanted. In his first book, Winning in the Middle of the Pack, David discusses how you can get more out of yourself than ever imagined. And in his second, Cycle of Lives, he shares the interconnected stories of others overcoming obstacles—specifically cancer.
 
Tune in and find out why your trauma is not a barrier, it’s a window!
 
[00:01 - 09:08] Opening Segment
 
David shares his background and work  Why he started to explore the emotional side of cancer His focus on the transformation of grief trauma Cycle of Lives Winning in the Middle of the Pack  Your traumas are not worse than others Understand the meaning behind what people are going through  
[09:09 - 31:37] Your Trauma is Not a Barrier, It’s a Window
 
David introduces his book Cycle of Lives Patricia’s story: A woman who had a really poor cancer diagnosis Traumas that are preventing us to have connections with others The emotional side of trauma and how it is affected by stages of life Tools on how to better talk to people in our lives that are going through things Put your feet on the ground and try to make the best out of your day span style= "fon

1 hr 3 min

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