Today on Mastering Midlife:
What it was like to be helpless and weak due to injury.
● The moment he gave in to being helped by another person.
● How being helpless affected his relationships.
● Channeling his remaining energy into building a new identity and business.
● The time he finally got back to Crossfit.
● Why slowing down and letting go will earn you better rewards.
● The difference between being forced to change and choosing to do it.
David joins me today to discuss embracing your faults and fighting your inner uphill battles. He shares the day he got a major injury and how it affected the way he lived his life as well as his relationship with the people around him. He discusses some of his lowest points and how he managed to rise up. He also explains the importance of having a positive mindset and how it can help propel you to success as well as describes the day he was able to forgive himself and how his life changed for the better.
“When I started forgiving me for not being enough, I was filled with love and gratitude.” - David Schwendiman
David Schwendiman is a business coach who works with CEOs, managers, and entrepreneurs that rely on customer retention. He’s also the author of Selling from the Top of the Ladder, a book where he teaches readers how to think like a salesperson and apply that mindset in their lives. Other than business, his experience also extends to fitness, having obtained a degree in Exercise Science at Oregon State University.
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