Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Rob Harsh
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My guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview is an Adventurer, Coach and Cancer Survivor.
He has been leading and guiding people in business, outdoor adventure and personal growth for twenty years.
He has traveled extensively throughout the world on climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and multisport expeditions and has experience as a certified mountain guide, search and rescue operator and working with adaptive athletes and injured veterans in the outdoors.
Along the way, he has climbed mountains on five continents and participated in over fifty of the world’s toughest adventure racing and ultra running endurance events.
He is a Professional Coach and expert in supporting people make positive shifts in their life, helping them overcome adversity in any area of life and discover how to live in alignment with who they authentically are.
In 2016 he was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer with a 4% chance of survival, and as you can imagine as he is here with us today that within a year he was cured and now gives back to others through inspiration and adventure.
So did he always have the adventure lifestyle set out for himself, or like so many of us did he end up sitting in an office yearning for the great outdoors?
And does he see more and more people looking for the escape from the norm, or are people still programmed to follow the life that others set for them?
Well let’s find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Mr. Rob Harsh
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Rob Harsh such as:
Rob shares how life hit him in the face when his girlfriend unfortunately passed away, and how he knew that he had to take the steps to change direction forever.
We discuss the moment when Rob needed to take the leap of faith and why he knew that he couldn’t hold back any longer.
Rob shares how his business has taken four years to build, even with the cancer hitting in the middle, he didn’t stop building and driving forward.
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