David Henzel was always the “problem child.” Growing up he went to 14 different schools, smoked cigarettes and weed, and saw his fair share of struggle, including losing his father when David was only 12. He found entrepreneurship, moved to the US, founded (and then sold) MaxCDN, and has since moved back to Europe. The story only begins there.
In this episode, David and Mark discuss that trying is the most inefficient way to NOT do something. Like Yoda, do or do not, there is no try. David reminds listeners what his father always said: if you have to yell, your argument is too weak. They discuss guilt and shame, serenity and gratitude, and doing things out of love vs out of fear.
Remember: If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
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