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Episode 30: Greg Rider: Overcoming Anxiety, Building Authentic Confidence & Living a Life of Freedom

Joining me today is Greg Rider.

A couple years ago, Greg hit rock bottom emotionally. He was flat broke, living with his parents, addicted to porn, abusing alcohol and drugs every weekend. After walking away from a car crash that almost killed him, a question started flashing through his mind: if he had died in that car crash, how would he be remembered? Not liking his answer, he mustered up the courage to introduce change into his life, slowly putting one foot in front of the other. Around that time he discovered his first personal development book – How to stop worrying and start living, Dale Carnegie – and his life has never been the same since. He then started tapping out credit cards on books and courses, he began taking 100% responsibility for his life, realizing that no one was going to save him. Since then, he has lived a life of freedom. He received experience in different industries, moved to different cities, road tripped to California, read 100’s of books, invested thousands into courses across North America, wrote a book and packed up his bags and moved to the Grand Caymans.


Key Points from Today’s Episode:

Greg tells us how he got started on his journey of overcoming addictions and finding his purpose in life.

Greg encourages listeners to write to him and share their stories so he can help.

Greg shares on overcoming your fears and taking risks.

Learn what questions you need to constantly be asking yourself.

Greg’s favorite book and the advice he would give his 20-year-old self.

Find out what projects currently excite Greg!

Hear what piece of advice Greg’s father never got to tell him.

And so much more!


Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Greg’s Facebook Page

Greg’s book, Anxiety: The Uneasy Man: The Realistic Approach to Overcoming Anxiety, Building Authentic Confidence & Living a Life of Freedom

Dale Carnegie, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

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