Tony Grebmeier is a successful entrepreneur who grew up with some serious struggle. He was molested by his dad, he felt serious shame surrounding his parent’s divorce, and he even describes an incident where he accidentally blinded his friend.The struggles of his childhood carried on into adulthood. Tony got caught up in addiction. (During this episode, Tony describes his “addictive personality” in incredibly concise terms.) He contemplated suicide. And yet he overcame.
In this episode, Mark and Tony talk about the difference between a human being and a human doing. They discuss how the past only has the power you give it. They discuss asking questions, explaining that asking is not a sign of weakness – it’s a sign of greatness. Tony boldly states: “If you can change your behavior, you can change your life.”
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