Nick Dinardo is an entrepreneur, a consultant, and a public speaker who focuses on resilience, personal growth, and education. Nick is the author of bestselling book The Game of Adversity: 8 Practices to Turn Life’s Toughest Moments into Your Greatest Opportunities. He is also the host of The Sweet Adversity Podcast and has interviewed hundreds of experts on overcoming adversity, dealing with trauma and stress, and the critical role it plays in our cognitive development.
Mark Divine will make you challenge yourself. This is the consistent message of Mark Divine, founder of SEALFit, author of Unbeatable Mind and Kokoro Yoga-Warrior Yoga. Right now, you are capable of more than you are right now. Mark Divine continues to prove this with countless client success stories; the GDP’s own Larry Hagner is…
We can’t out run stress. It’s simply a fact of our daily lives. The idea that we “eliminate” stress from our life sounds great, but that means cutting out the parts that are most meaningful. Think about it: the parts of our lives that make us who we really are come from areas that bring stress: our work, our kids, our significant others. These aren’t “bad” stressors, but they are part of our lives. It’s not a matter of cutting these areas out, but a matter of how we handle them.
Being a dad is one of the most rewarding aspects of our lives, but it’s also a tough business. At times our patience can be tested in ways we didn’t even know possible. At times we react in ways we didn’t even think we were capable of. It’s in those dark times, we feel defeated overwhelmed, and have a sense we are failing at this whole dad thing
Larry and Shawn interview Drew Manning from “Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit.” Drew went on a very unique journey for a year where he purposefully gained 70 pounds and got completely out of shape. He then took six months and got right back into peak shape. He shares his journey of how his sub optimal health had devastating effect on his confidence, relationships, and productivity.
Do you find it hard to stay positive when things are fighting you? Shawn and Larry share some personal experiences of how they lived with the wrong perspective and it was devastating.