Following Your Passion is Hard as Hell — Dr. Eric Goodman, Foundation Training on The New Man Podcast
Do you think the folks you’ve put on a pedestal ever deal with chaos or failure?
And do you believe that once you find your passion that building a business around it should be easy?
My friend Dr. Eric Goodman is the creator of Foundation Training. He’s built a global movement by empowering people to overcome back pain. But like many passion-driven businesses, behind the scenes it’s been extremely challenging. Today we’re going to talk about growth, failure, chaos, and the fantasy that building a business around your passion should somehow be a cakewalk.
In this interview:
- Drive, competition, and the need to prove
- Business owners playing the victim vs leading
- Loving what you do and then learning how to do business
- “My reluctance to business is my reluctance to growing up.”
- Giving himself away to so many others
- Surviving chaos
- Learning to say “no”
- How can you tell if you’re out of balance?
- Why fun and play is a form of medicine
About Dr. Eric Goodman
Dr. Eric Goodman, D.C developed the Foundation Training exercise program and continues to improve the quality of the work he shares with the world. He teaches Foundation Training workshops and certification courses while maintaining a small patient base.
As the creator of Foundation Training, Eric combined his experience as a strength coach, personal trainer and Chiropractor to create a simple strengthening program that facilitates the body’s natural healing ability and quickly improves degenerative movement patterns. The results have been incredible. He leads our Instructor Certification Program and is the team’s visionary force. His incessant curiosity for anatomy, movement and healing has led Foundation Training’s evolution. Eric graduated from UCF with a Bachelors in Health Sciences and Physiology and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic at SCUHS.
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