Colin O'Brady talks about his life
of adventure, tragedy, and perseverance. He details the 12-hour
walk that changed his life, how to overcome your biggest limiting
beliefs (including not having enough money), and what it means to
live life with a “Possible Mindset”.
Colin is a 10-time world record
breaking explorer and one of the world’s best endurance athletes.
He isn’t your typical adventurer despite his unmatched athletic
accomplishments including a world-first solo crossing of
Antarctica, a world-first ocean row across Drake Passage (from
South America to Antarctica), and summiting Mt. Everest twice.
Colin is an expert on mindset, a highly sought-after keynote
speaker and a New York Times bestselling author. He’s also a
television host, an executive producer and an entrepreneur who has
built and sold companies. And, he’s done it all after overcoming a
devastating accident - that nearly left him unable to walk - to
prove that anything is possible.
If you were told you could never walk again, would you believe it
or would you start training for a triathlon? By the end of this
episode, you’ll likely pick the latter.
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- Colin shares his “why” behind the extreme endurance challenges
he’s accomplished, from rowing Drake Passage to being the first
human to cross Antarctica solo pulling a 375lb sled with no
support. He also talks about what it was like to be told he’ll
never walk again after suffering a tragic accident in a remote part
- Listen in as he breaks down the meaning behind his mom’s
“Possible Mindset” and how he’s used it to unlock a life full of
- Colin speaks on how he gained traction and maintained momentum
after severe injury. He notes the power of overcoming limiting
beliefs, the fear of failure, and a scarcity mindset.
- What will a 12-hour walk do to your body and mind? Tune in to