Ep. 122 – Grit, Gratitude and Beating Chains – with Rusty Labuschagne
Rusty Labuschagne, formerly a successful businessman from Zimbabwe and now a powerful speaker, overcame a trauma that few have experienced: In 2003, he was framed and wrongfully convicted of drowning a poacher.
Rusty served 10 years in Zimbabwe’s prisons (including the notorious Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison during the Zim dollar crash), with food shortages, no running water, and people dying around him daily.
Everyone is faced with challenges – hopefully, not quite as harrowing as Rusty’s – but Rusty emphasizes that who you are and the depth of your determination will get you through life’s darkest moments. He shows how one can harness one’s inner strength and let go of what one cannot control.
After this episode, I hope you recognize that you possess all that you need to free yourself from the self-imposed prisons of limiting beliefs, what could have been, and what other people have told you and pursue that which you were born to do.
You have a tremendous inner strength, and Rusty is going to help you harness it.
Don’t be a podcast junkie…
- Check out beatingchains.com
- Connect with Rusty: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
- Read the Beating Chains book
- Watch the Beating Chains DVD
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