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Ironically, the car accident saved me from the emotional wreckage that was my life.
When I was 19 years old, I was suicidal. I had just broken up with the first woman I ever loved after she cheated on me. It was a terribly sad and dark time of my life. This is the story of the accident that turned it around for me.
If you’ve ever heard my tagline, “live, love, matter,” now you know where it came from.
I never imagined that this message would lead to my work today. Thank you all for the incredible support in 2017, and throughout my career.
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This clip was filmed live at one of my High Performance Academy events, which is my 4-day personal and professional development seminar attended by thousands multiple times per year. Event dates are always up at http://hpa.brendon.com.
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Complement this episode of #THEBRENDONSHOW with these previous posts:
The Year of High Performance: Will this be a courageous year for you?
What To Do When You Feel Lost
How to Believe in Yourself
How to be More Mindful