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Dallas is a Wellington-based personal trainer. He has found himself faced with adversity many times in his life, all of which have shaped him into the person he is today. Dallas is on a journey of self-discovery and is using his knowledge and experiences to help reshape the physical health and mental health industries.

Today we chat through

+ Relationships

+ Self-awareness

+ Using experiences and emotions for self-analysis

+ Losing loved ones


+ Opening up and sharing

+ Failure





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  • He was born in Wellington (4.18)
  • Studied in a very strict Catholic school in Sydney (6.52)
  • A lot of pressure on him at early age (7.44)
  • He was bullied for being the new Australian kid (8.36)
  • He felt like series of FAILS one after the other for 2-3 years (10.50)
  • Why he felt that? (11.06)
  • Youth Work as his first career pursuit (12.54)
  • What triggered him (14.25)
  • What is self-awareness to him (20.30)
  • Self-awareness or Negative self-talk (23.12)
  • A good self-awareness experience (24.40)
  • You can’t always focus on what you did wrong (27.55)
  • Why most relationships end? (28.52)
  • Observation he made and applied for himself (31.56)
  • Stepping into the hardest UNCOMFORTABLE position (33.32)
  • He felt the father role with 10x harder scenario (34.40)
  • How did he get through that situation (35.48)
  • He took drugs and shut himself off from everyone (36.50)
  • The feeling of losing people 24x7 (38.04)
  • How did he comeback (39.15)
  • Most of 2016 (40.55)
  • Books he followed at the dark stages he went through (45.30)
  • Gratitude shifted everything for him (50.40)
  • The last UNCOMFORTABLE thing he did (53.30)
  • Next UNCOMFORTABLE thing for him and why? (55.20)
  • Strategies to approach UNCOMFORTABLE situations (56.23)
  • Challenge for listeners this week from him (58.57)

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