Tune in as Lee Roebeck discusses the power present in our mind’s ability to choose in today’s episode 25 of Caregiver Cast!
In this episode of Caregiver Cast, join your host Mary Elaine Petrucci with Lee Roebeck as they talk about Lee’s experience of getting shoved inside a car’s trunk in a carjacking experience and how this incident affected him as a mindset coach.
Here, Lee shares the biggest lessons he took away from Viktor Frankl’s reflection from Nazi concentration camps, Napoleon Hill’s book Think and Grow Rich, and Michael Bernard Beckwith’s three-step approach to any negative experience.
In this episode you will learn:
- Lee Roebeck – when a mindset coach gets carjacked
- Michael Beckwith’s Three-Step Approach to Negative Experiences
- Any challenge, adversity, setback brings you the seed of an equal or greater benefit
- Why coaching is critical
- Whatever you’re wishing for somebody else, you’re wishing for yourself
About Lee Roebeck:
From rock-bottom and bankrupt to someone making a significant impact and difference in the lives of those around him, it took sheer determination, courage, willpower, and the study of personal development to change his story for the better.
Lee has this rare ability to combine humorous stories with content that inspires, entertains, and motivates all at the same time. Lee’s talks are engaging and awaken the potential in people from all walks of life.
Lee Roebeck is an international mindset coach and speaker trained at the Bill Gove Speech Workshop in Boston, Massachusetts. Lee believes that every single human being has deep reservoirs of latent potential within them, and he has made it his life’s mission to awaken this potential in as many people as possible.
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