Ep #004: Striving for Success and Finding Faith with David Limbaugh

It is my distinct pleasure to welcome David Limbaugh to the show today. A lawyer, nationally syndicated columnist, conservative political commentator, and author, David has appeared on hundreds of national and local television and radio shows, including CNN’s Crossfire, The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, and many others. His New York Times bestselling titles include The Emmaus CodeJesus on TrialThe Great DestroyerCrimes Against Liberty, BankruptPersecution, and Absolute Power.

In this episode, he shares his success journey, as well as his personal struggles with overcoming his doubts about Christianity before ultimately accepting Christ. Listen in to hear the key lessons David learned throughout his life and career, why he says people should never chase fame, and the major breakthroughs that cemented his professional success and his faith.

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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How David’s upbringing and early life experiences have impacted his results on his way to success.
  • The problems he sees with formal education today.
  • Tips for aspiring writers.
  • David’s first major breakthrough as an up and coming lawyer and writer.
  • Books that have enriched his life and contributed to his success.
  • The pivotal event that led to David overcoming his doubts around Christianity.
  • Common limitations of non-believers.
  • What David wants to be remembered for.
  • Advice for people starting out in their careers.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Those failures—and I don’t call them failures; they’re just speed bumps—are very important in any of our paths, and so I don’t look back and regret those at all. - @DavidLimbaugh Click To Tweet
Even if you think you’re a moron, even if you think you are ignorant about things, and even if you are right that you’re ignorant, you can learn. Don’t be afraid to take on something that you’re not sure you can do. - @DavidLimbaugh Click To Tweet
It's probably healthier if someone does not seek fame. If you want to be successful, that’s an admirable, noble goal, to be the best you can be in whatever you pursue, but don’t do it for the purpose of fame. -@DavidLimbaugh Click To Tweet

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