How to stand up organizational thought leadership and who should own it. An interview with…
Mixed-martial arts professionals train, work, and dedicate themselves toward a powerful goal – they’re not the people you think of as “someone with anxiety.” But, the fact is, even the strongest, most confident-seeming people still have troubles they must overcome in order to reach their goals.
Our guest in this episode is Eliot Marshall, a former UFC fighter as well as co-owner and head instructor at Easton Training Center. He’s also host of the Gospel of Fire podcast, and author of the acclaimed book, Gospel of Fire.
Today, Eliot sits down with Peter and talks candidly about his struggles with anxiety, and how he handled breakdown. He shares how, with the help of friends, he put himself back together and now uses the lessons he learned in that experience to help others through their problems. We also discuss Eliot’s amazing podcast, and how it’s the perfect medium for a guy who loves to talk and get to know people. Eliot’s got a powerful story to share, so listen in!
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