Finding Your Inner Strength Through Adversity Comes from Within with Ben Newman
What You’ll Learn:
Ben talks about his childhood. He recalls how he had to grow up fast during his youth. His mother passed 11 days before his 8th birthday.
Ben recalls how he processed his mom’s death. He recalls being angry as a way to deal with the event.
Newman recalls the love he felt from the motherly figures in his life that gave him that connection he was missing.
Ben remembers how it was living with his father during his youth. He learned what it meant to work, and take care of himself.
Newman talks about basketball being the outlet of choice for him.
Ben recalls his post-performance talks with his dad.
Ben shares his hypothetical response toward his son if his son came to him, and said he didn’t want to play basketball anymore.
Ben gives advice for any parent that struggles to let their kids come to them first about sports, instead of using the harsh, yelling method.
Ben talks about his current relationship with his father.
Ben recalls the events during his teenage years, and how he dealt with not having a mother in his life.
Newman talks about how he came about to the work he does currently.
Ben talks about his life coach, and how his coach has helped him. His exposure to coaches led him to his current career.
We have 100% control over our mindset.
Ben talks about his high points over the course of his career.
Ben recalls how he keeps his marriage alive.
Ben talks about what it means to live legendary.
Ben talks about what he would hypothetically say to his mom if he were to have dinner with her one night.
Newman hypothetically talks about what his family would talk about around the dinner table in 30 years.
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