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If you’re feeling frustrated and unfulfilled because you’ve been tirelessly pursuing your dreams with purpose, but nothing seems to be working out, and you’re constantly facing setbacks and roadblocks, then you are not alone!
This week’s guest is Gold Medalist Jason Richardson. After a catastrophic injury, he defied the odds and returned to his passion of racing. But what led him to become a psychologist and expert in sports performance? Join us as Jason shares his journey of soul searching, overcoming obstacles, and discovering the keys to success. But just when it seems like he’s found the answer, a shocking twist leaves him facing a difficult choice. Don’t miss this gripping story of resilience and determination.
In this episode:
- Tackling hurdles head-on and paving a path toward true accomplishment
- Igniting your inner fire and taking calculated leaps toward your dreams
- Fostering an optimistic lifestyle and implementing restorative wellness strategies
- Examining your core beliefs and determining your authentic ambitions
- Embracing minimalist techniques to reach your objectives and prevent standing still
Meet Jason Richardson, a gold medalist in BMX racing at the Pan Am Games, who has transformed his life after a life-changing injury. With an MBA under his belt and a thriving career in sports psychology, Jason is passionate about helping others find their true desires and cultivate personal growth. As an author of “More, Better, Happier,” he shares his insights on overcoming challenges and embracing life’s opportunities. As a guest on the Gary Scott Thomas Show, Jason’s energy and enthusiasm is infectious, making him a friend you’d want to have by your side in your journey of self-discovery.
The resources mentioned in this episode are:
- Check out Dr. Jason Richardson’s book It’s All BS! We’re All Wrong, And You’re All Right! for tips on improving mental health.
- Consider seeking out a sports psychologist, like Dr. Richardson, for help with improving performance and mental health.
- Practice avoiding the four things that rob you of energy: comparing, complaining, complicating, and worrying.
- Focus on feeling your emotions and finding ways to be productive and helpful to yourself and others.
- Seek help for clinical issues from professionals in the field.
“Having the intention of racing actually sped up and gave me great not just motivation, but a great intention to heal and get better and push myself.” ~Jason Richardson
“Gratitude is one of the biggest things that can help you not only get over a hump but actually take stock of where you are.” ~Jason Richardson
“If you are truly not happy with where you are or even who you are, what is the opposite of that?” ~Jason Richardson
“Comparing, complaining, complicating, and worrying, those are the four things that just suck energy out of us.” ~Jason Richardson
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