Welcome back to the 53rd episode of the Hard Thing Podcast.
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Now to the show.
Today’s an interesting one guys.
We start off talking about how Rob committed suicide… well, he attempted suicide.
That’s right, Rob jumped head first out of a 3 story building with the intent to kill himself.
As he lay in the hospital, having broken his back and his arms, the police came in to inform him he’d been accused of rape.
We move to talk about how he was able to learn how to walk again, and to get the charges dropped.
We also talk about how Rob’s faith helped him along the way. He attributes the charges being dropped to God.
I enjoyed today’s conversation so much, for one because you can really feel Rob’s faith. It is an inspiring challenge to each of us to live a little bit better.
I also appreciated Rob’s attitude and his belief that things would get better. Hope is so important and Rob showed how to keep hope alive!
Rob also left some action items:
- Pursue your heart’s desires
- Believe you are loved and worthy of love
- Pay attention to the consequences of your choices
If you go out and do these things, your life will improve. If you need help doing these things at all, let me know. I’d be happy to help.
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