Are your beliefs serving you?
Could they be keeping your from reaching your full potential?
Or worse, could these preprogrammed beliefs be destroying you?
Today’s guest is business coach and serial entrepreneur, Andrew Lassise. He hosts the Self Made & Sober Podcast and and is the founder of multi-million dollar company, Rush Tech Support.
Andrew talks about getting off autopilot, doing the important things, and using service as the foundation of success. He also shares how a person with a skeptic, logical brain can embrace spirituality.
It’s time to start asking yourself the right questions!
Self Made and Sober
With long-term sobriety, Andrew views the Self Made and Sober podcast as a bout of necessity for like-minded people trying to maintain sobriety while achieving more in their lives, whether it be personal, in business or spiritual.
Each episode features guests, people Andrew looks up to in sobriety, in business and in life. They discuss the ups and downs of their lives, how they achieved sobriety and success in all its many forms.
Andrew is a recovering alcoholic who always strongly believed the idea of god was fake and stupid. He thought the people who believed in god were stupid too. He was so against the idea of god, that he was willing to prove everyone wrong by diving into spirituality 100% and showing that it didn’t work.
Andrew began praying and meditating. He couldn’t deny that a spiritual practice greatly enhanced his life and made him a happier person in sobriety. His life was better materially as well as internally. He had to face the fact that there was something to believing in a higher power.
Though Andrew had always been a facts-driven guy, above that he was a results-driven person. He came to the conclusion that this aversion to religion and spirituality was an old belief his ego didn’t want to let go. He decided to stop caring how spirituality worked and instead of challenging it, he embraced it. He realized the truth was that he didn’t know everything, and he didn’t have to.
When Andrew let go and opened his mind, his whole conception of a higher power changed. He figured that even if it’s the placebo effect, having a spiritual practice worked and that was good enough for him.
Andrew Lassise’s Links
Rush Tech Support
Omar on Self Made and Sober
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