Is there a method to achieving excellence in every chapter of our lives? How can we bypass the distractions and imperfections of the world, break away from stereotypical belief systems that may be percolating around us, and live every moment with inspiration, discipline and commitment to our chosen purpose? What actions can we take to bounce back from our biggest adversities, and build ourselves from the ground up, against all odds? And how can we best honor the gift of life, and seek to live with no limits?
Listen to the extraordinary story of Leah Goldstein—a story of her indomitable will to succeed, persevere and overcome adversities repeatedly through every chapter of her life—in an exclusive conversation with Dr. Hitendra Wadhwa on Intersections Podcast.
Leah Goldstein is an internationally-renowned ultra endurance athlete and professional cyclist. She is the first female in the 40-year history of Race Across America (RAAM) to win first place overall in the solo division, one of the toughest endurance sports events in the world. As a teenager, Leah became a national TaeKwonDo and World Kickboxing champion. Having a deep desire to serve in the military, Leah enlisted in the Israeli Defense Force early in her life, becoming the first female Elite Commando instructor and subsequently transitioned into a special-forces unit, combating terrorism and violent crimes. Leah is also a coach, speaker and co-founder of No Finish Line Living, which provides customizable keynotes and retreats dedicated to moving others into a healthy, purposeful life, and has also published her memoir, No Limits.
In this episode, Leah reveals:
The mindset of a world champion, the formula for excellence and how to break away from stereotypical belief systems that may be percolating around us and limiting us
A powerful method for bouncing back from our biggest adversities, and building ourselves from the ground up, against all odds
How to honor the gift of life and use every moment to live with inspiration, discipline and commitment to our purpose
The joy of giving, and how it activates the best in ourselves and others around us, in life and in leadership