05 Nov Lewis Howes | Achieving Greatness
In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast with Lewis Howes you’ll discover how to take adversity and let it help you on the path to greatness!
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Has life ever knocked you down? Given you that kick in the butt or punch in the face that completely disrupted your plans? Then find out how you can take that adversity and transform it into opportunity! On this episode, I’m joined by former professional athlete Lewis Howes, who faced a career-ending injury and ended up with a multi-million dollar business and wildly successful podcast (after spending over a year on his sister’s couch). Now he’s here to share how you can get past adversity too!
Hear how Lewis stopped himself from going stagnant after hitting a rough patch and allowed his fear to push him towards courage. Discover the three points of mutual connection that he used to relate to the people he admired, and how he was able to learn from them without asking for ANYTHING. Plus, Lewis gives you the 8 principles of greatness from his new book, The School of Greatness.
Listen in and discover how you can take a difficult situation and turn it into an opportunity. When faced with adversity don’t let it stop you, let it propel you to your next level of success!
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Steven PricePosted at 08:49h, 05 November
Great interview and I really needed the motivation. You interviewing Lewis Howes reminds me of what I teach Little Leaguers (baseball for youth): I ask the batter, “What is your job?” and I always hear, “To hit a home run!” In my reply I say, “Well, that would be great but your job is to get on first base. Now if every batter concentrates on the job of getting to first base, the TEAM will drive in runs.” Then, I see the light bulb come on in the youngster. I like the list of eight because you start out with broad brush strokes and slowly move to the needed detail: service others! Keep up the great work in inspiring others to Dream! Think! Do!
Mitch MatthewsPosted at 08:07h, 09 November
Thanks so much Steven! That means a lot! Plus… YES! I love your coaching for little leaguers! That’s good coaching for 1st graders… AND experienced entrepreneurs and executives too! Great stuff buddy!