Friends in the industry –
In today’s episode, I am excited for Rita Smith, owner of Road Warrior News, and a true industry advocate to come back to the Truck Focus Podcast, as part of our BUCKLE UP series!
During our conversation today, we dive into a coaching process, where Rita takes me through an incredible process on how to overcome worry, trouble, fear, and stress.
Throughout the conversation, Rita coaches me through how we can identify what is the worst-case scenario if what I am worried about came true, how to accept this worst-case scenario, so that way I can calmly work through how to rebuild after it occurs.
I believe today is an absolute must listen, as we all have worries and fears that we combat at one point or another, and we need to understand how to break through these and not allow them to hold us back.
Check out the episode now!
During the course of our interview, Rita mentions Dale Carnegie and the powerful training taught in his book "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living". I highly recommend picking up a copy here:
Furthermore, we highlight another classic Dale Carnegie book definitely worth reading "How to Win Friends & Influence People". I highly recommend picking up a copy here:
As we prepare for future episodes, I encourage our listeners to ask themselves “what is it that I would like Josh and Rita to discuss, that will be valuable to me” and send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts. This way, we can incorporate it into upcoming episodes.
Thank you again Rita for your time, and for the valuable information shared today!
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Thank you again for taking the time to listen, and I hope you have a safe day!