David interviews his long-time friend Sean Green about his health journey, which ran through the local gym. As Sean contends for his health, other areas of his life have been affected, in a good way.
David welcomes his first interview guest, Tom Hammel. Tom is a pastor, leadership trainer, just to name a few of his callings. Tom share the story of his own health journey and the awakening that took place along the way. Today, Tom is helping people lead themselves to success.
Most folks don’t take the time to think about the future version of themselves. In this episode, David talks about leading from the future, and acting in the now to set and attain personal goals.
Have you ever noticed how the gym parking lot is full on January 2nd and not-so-full about 30 days after that? Many folks start a life change with the how, what, or when. David explains that starting with “Why” is the key to sticking to a plan.
In this episode, David “gets real” about the reasons behind diets, financial programs, or any major life change. If your heart isn’t right, your follow through will suffer.
When it comes to improvement, mindset is everything. David illustrates the power of the right (and wrong) mindset, along with the difference between negative and positive motivation.
No one lives in a vacuum, nor are we meant to live in one. When it comes to any journey in life, we all need a support system to help us achieve our goals. In this episode, David offers real-life examples of how support systems work, and who should (and shouldn’t) be a part of them.
We all need help to be the best version of ourselves. Often, people can see more ability and potential in us than we can see in ourselves. David talks about the value of following a coach or mentor, whether in person or via other means. He tells a story about a coach, a barbell and a broomstick.