Giant Thinkers Podcast

Lewis Howes on the story you tell yourself, the power of forgiveness and how to break through barriers

November 22, 2017

Giants, welcome to episode #51! Today’s guest is a former professional football player who suffered a career-ending injury, and is now an international lifestyle entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author, has a consistently top 100 podcast in the world and is the founder of a multi-million dollar online media company. In this episode he shares the struggles of negativity and loneliness, and how he re-discovered his vision and identity.

Some of the topics we spoke about include:

  • His journey from anger, resentment and loneliness to a more peaceful, liberated place

  • The masks that men learn to wear and how these can damage effective communication and in turn, relationships

  • We spoke a lot about our personal identity versus our personal brand

  • And … how we can all improve our emotional health.

If you or someone you care for has been struggling to break through internal barriers and struggling to forgive, then this episode is for you.

I present to you ... the giant in mind, body and spirit ... Lewis Howes!



More on Lewis can be found via the links below:

Linkedin profile 

Facebook page

Twitter: @LewisHowes

Instagram: @LewisHowes

Lewis's Youtube Channel

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