The Blueprint to Redefine and Achieve YOUR Success with David Nurse

YOU NEED THIS EPISODE!! David brings the FIRE for us this week and teaches us how to achieve TRUE success. David Nurse is an NBA life and optimization coach, future bestselling author, and worldwide motivational speaker. As a former professional basketball player (both international and domestic) and a coach for the Brooklyn Nets, David has personally helped over 150 NBA players with their personal and professional development both on and off the court. He has been invited to speak in over 50 different countries on the topics of overall personal development, confidence building, leadership, and motivational growth. Grab a copy of his book here!

WHAT WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODE: What is an NBA Life optimization Coach? What are some specific things you do with players? What are some things you notice the elite performers do differently with their lives than the rest? You’re a top networker, what are some networking tips for people? Let’s talk about the book now, I read it and really enjoyed it. All the stories made it fun to read and so so many life lessons in there. I also read You gave up an nba coaching job to write this book? Why should someone go read this? Some main points I got were about Redfining Success, failure, joy, passion, confidence. Tell us what that’s about Talk about the importance of having notecard reminders for yourself and how they’ve helped you and clients How does someone become the person they’re meant to be? More from David: @davidnursenba

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