Doug Bopst

Former Drug Addict Explains How to Completely Turn Your Life Around

How does someone rebuild from the depths of failure, self-inflicted harm, and feelings of worthlessness? Doug Bopst knows all about hitting rock bottom. But sitting in jail, a miserable addict, overweight and locked in a victim mindset, he found a mentor in a cellmate who got him into fitness. On this week’s episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, watch as elite fitness coach Doug Bopst shares his story of resurrection and redemption.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

Doug talks about rebuilding from a sense of total worthlessness [2:57]

Doug explains how important it is that someone believes in you [5:56]

Doug describes the process by which he learned to take responsibility  [8:45]

Doug explains how seeing progress changes your outlook [11:31]

Doug describes how important faith is [12:29]

Doug talks about how, at first, channeling anger was effective in fitness [16:16]

Doug illustrates his continuing need for mentorship [19:24]

Doug describes his spiritual journey and why he went on it in the first place [21:58]

Doug advocates focusing on your process instead of immediate results [25:15]

Doug explains why he is hard on his clients [27:07]

Doug describes self-compassion, gratitude and affirmation [28:56]

Doug advocates focusing on what you can control day-to-day [30:53]

Doug describes his daily routine and time management [33:08]

Doug explains how to change the behaviors that you attach to emotions [34:15]

Doug talks about how to deal with bullying [37:43]

Doug shares what he would tell his younger self if he could [38:55]

Doug shares the impact he wants to have on the world [41:03]

QUOTES:

“You can either be a man or you can be a bitch.” [10:41]

“I literally feel like I died in jail and was reborn.” [15:37]

“You have to fail to grow stronger. You have to fail to run faster.” [19:12]

FOLLOW:

WEBSITE: dougbopst.com

FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2SVdbUa

INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2K2XUxu

TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2ypanFg

BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

[2:36] The Heart of Recovery https://amzn.to/2Yx02l4

 

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