Episode 100

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17th Aug 2022

Lessons Learned Over the Last 100 Episodes

CELEBRATION!! This is our 100th episode. We have been coaching and empowering men for 100 episodes and I thank you our listeners for being part of this movement. Our goal is to empower men to live their ultimate adventure by helping them find and live their full potential.

This episode is me sharing some lessons I've learned over the last 100 episodes. This is to help you see what a journey can often look like and hopefully it will encourage you to keep pressing on in your life.

Lessons Learned Over the Last 100 Episodes:

  • Ownership of a vision is a mixture of solid rock and a flowing river
  • Growth is time-consuming and expensive
  • The hardest part of growth is self-identification and self-improvement
  • Don't forget other people's journeys when viewing their success
  • It's not about me
  • Hard work is as much mental as anything else
  • My own ultimate adventure
  • Where we are going with The Confident Man

To see all that we do to empower men check out www.davidmaxwellcoaching.com

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About the Podcast

The Confident Man Podcast
Giving men the confidence they need to navigate the overwhelm of life. Pressure comes from all around us as men. We want to be good men, good husbands, and good dads. We also want to live a life of purpose and not just survive. The Confident Man Podcast seeks to empower you so you can live a strong confident life in all you do!

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David Maxwell

“Being a man is not a finish line to pass, but an adventure you live every day.”
David Maxwell coaches men on how to live a life with purpose and passion using his 4 A proprietary process. He’s spent the last 25 years helping young men feel confident in who they are and the decisions they make.
He has been speaking in front of small and large audiences for over 30 years and hosts “The Confident Man Podcast” on all major podcast platforms.
David has a degree in Banking and Finance and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. He was married to his late wife Angie for 28 years and has 2 children.
His website is www.davidmaxwellcoaching.com