William Wallace once said, “Every man dies. Not every man really lives.”
Wallace was reminding us that death shouldn’t scare us.
Failing to live should.
I’m host Daniel Goldberg, and by twenty-five, I’d lost both my parents to rare cancers, and it changed how I live, forever. Since then, I’ve been on a simple mission: to find the world’s most passionate mentors, coaches, athletes, and entrepreneurs, and ask them a question: “How do you truly live?”
Join me, as I interview fascinating individuals who dive deep into thought-provoking topics, offering “Bits of Gold” on navigating adversity, building resilience, finding joy, and living purposefully.
After 100 episodes, here’s what I’ve learned:
Death is life’s greatest teacher, showing us what’s important, where our focus should be, and why we should wake up with purpose every day, because our time on Earth is limited.
The loss of my parents was my wakeup call. Let this podcast be yours:
It’s time to forsake the mediocre, to wake up every day happier, more energized, and full of purpose. Knowing that you can die tomorrow, should determine how you live today.
Follow along, as we learn from others who have found meaning in their daily lives. Together, let’s discover the Bits of Gold we can all apply to live on purpose.
So… ready to start living?
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