The world works in mysterious ways. Sometimes the things that we perceive to be weaknesses are indeed our greatest strengths. For our guest this week, Shane Farmer, founder of Dark Horse Rowing, this is indeed the case.
Through rowing, Shane discovered the Camaraderie that is a natural byproduct of shared adversity. The ideal that in order for the greater good to prevail, challenging conversation is necessary. Those ideals, and a few not-so-random encounters along the way, have paved the way for the development of Dark Horse Rowing!
In this week’s conversation, we cover the many virtues that Shane brings to the table as he builds his curriculum, as well as his life and family. We’ll uncover the means and methods that create the sustainable fulfillment ever present in his life now. Join us and discover that being the Dark Horse isn’t such a bad thing.
Thank you for tuning in and allowing us to be a part of your journey!
– Jeff (@iamjeffthornton) and Mycal (@coachderz)
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