64: The Worst Day of My Life Was My Beginning (with Doug Bopst)
We're back this week with another from our series on doing life with people who are different from you. This week Dave sits down with Doug Bopst, a former felon turned fitness coach and author who turned his darkest moment into a path to the light. Prepare yourselves: this conversation will make you confront some uncomfortable truths about your own life, such as what types of things are you using to cope with discomfort, and are they propelling you forward or holding you back? Join us for this frank discussion on addiction, recovery, faith, support, and finding a way through it all.To learn more about Doug Bopst, follow him on Instagram @dougbopst--If you liked hearing from Dave then you'll love the Start Today Morning Show - a weekday morning show that absolutely not one person is talking about. The Start Today Morning Show with Rach and Dave returns Monday August 26th and streams LIVE Monday through Friday at 8am CST, but if you can't catch the stream, we have amazing news for you: the show is now also a podcast! That's right, subscribe now and get each day's episode delivered to you so you can listen whenever you want. It's like magic!If you are looking to add gratitude + goal-setting in your life then head to our shop to grab your Start Today Journal here-- http://bit.ly/2UZOglAIf you loved this episode, you'll also love my two live monthly classes. Life coaching, for those looking to improve in their relationships, health, and personal life, and business coaching, for growing a revenue base, finding new clients, and marketing effectively. Find out more about the coaching community and how you can be a part of it ---> thehollisco.com/coaching
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What if we worked as hard to listen to someone else’s truth as we did to share our own? Each week author Dave Hollis brings radical candor straight to your headphones via breathtakingly real conversations with authors, activists, and anyone with a story to tell. The results are poignant, hysterical, and heartbreaking - sometimes all inside the same episode.