Join Christine and Rob as they talk about leaving a “safe, secure, good enough” career to purse what you are really passionate about, lessons learned from taking a massive leap of faith, the importance of intentional experiences and connections with like-minded people, and forgiveness.
Rob has overcome his share of obstacles in order to architect the life of his dreams. Growing up in Queens (literally on the wrong side of the tracks), his early years were tumultuous, marked by hardship and violence. With home being a less-than-idyllic place, he clung to work and education as his ticket out of the bedroom he shared with three brothers, and the low-income reality of the life his parents couldn’t seem to escape. The minute he was old enough, he threw himself into any job he could get, from washing cars at filling stations, to washing hair in salons.
He ultimately built a successful chiropractic practice, welcomed his first child, experienced the heartbreak of a challenging divorce, found healing and redemption when he met and married his wife, Kim, and read the 4 hour work week by Tim Ferris that changed his life.
You’ll hear what happened next in our interview …and I really encourage you to listen all the way through the end because I ask Rob a very powerful question about what it took to get over his challenging upbringing.
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