Rich Roll is an inspiration, both in the general sense and in a very specific way. Believe it or not, his podcast played a big part in K+L launching Almost 30.
Rich Roll Serves as a Powerful Example of the Possibility of Positive Transformation
After years of struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, Rich turned his life around to become an award-winning ultra endurance athlete, vegan advocate, best-selling author, and host of the incredible Rich Roll Podcast. You may have heard his story before, but this conversation pushes him to go a little deeper on some less-explored details.
Rich goes into his personal journey including his marriage with Julie and their financial collapse, alcoholism as it relates to the sober-curious movement, finding purpose and what that means, and picking apart the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous as it relates to a spiritual experience.
“No matter how deep you go, there’s always more growth, there’s always more progress.” – Rich Roll, Almost 30 Podcast
It’s a super dynamic conversation with someone who’s accomplished so much in life. You won’t want to miss it.
We also talk about:
- Starting the Rich Roll podcast
- Advice for finding your purpose
- Taking next steps when you’re in a dark place
- What sober-curious people can learn from AA
- Being a positive influence while allowing people to follow their own path
- Finding and cultivating a loving partnership
- Balancing aspiration and reality when raising kids
- How Rich’s spirituality has evolved
- Developing the habit of taking action
- Instagram: @richroll
- The Rich Roll Podcast
- Order: Voicing Change Volume II
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