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ABOUT THIS EPISODE:
Colin O’Brady is a world record holding explorer and one of the world’s top endurance athletes. Fresh out of college, Colin had a vast world of possibility in front of him when a tragic accident left him hospitalized. Unsure if he’d ever walk again, his injuries covered nearly 25% of his body, primarily damaging his legs and feet. Despite the odds, his mother encouraged him to dream big and he dared to set a seemingly impossible goal that set him on a path to rethink what’s possible.
Fast forward to today, and Colin’s list of achievements is staggering. In this episode, we get into many of his harrowing adventures, including his solo, unsupported, unassisted crossing of Antarctica. Even if you’re not a professional athlete or have any ambition to break world records, his story will resonate. We all need courage, a strong mindset, and pure grit to overcome obstacles, pursue big dreams, and do the seemingly impossible.
A few highlights from our conversation:
- 1000 NOs paves the way to YES. How failure is only helping us forge and prepare us for the thing we are reaching for.
- The longest journey is 6 inches between your ears. Colin shares how he discovered mindset was critical to success, and how he continues to sharpen his own mindset
- How to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. That’s where the magic happens.
- And much more...