In the thirty-eighth episode of the podcast, we connect with Jeff Robinette, who competed in the 2012 Summer Death Race as well as the 2015 Winter Death Race. At the time, Jeff had been diagnosed with cancer, but he never let it stop him from challenging himself to go beyond his limits. We discuss what mindset it takes to train and compete with cancer, how he navigated both of his Death Races, and the lessons learned along the way. Jeff has overcome some formidable obstacles, tune in to learn from his approach to tackling life’s biggest obstacles, and enjoy the show! Thank you so much for tuning in.
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Kayaked 7.5 miles down Sammamish River from Redmond, WA to Woodinville, Wa, the wildlife was incredible.
Don’t forget, my book The Legend of the Death Race: Conquering Life with Courage, Power, & Wisdom is now available as an audiobook too!
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