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This show is everything you want to know about living life from those fighting for it. In 2005, Front Row Foundation started helping kids and adults with life threatening illnesses to have a front row experience at the live event of their dreams. This show shares their stories, and helps us all to maximize our moments, because we never know how many we're going to have.
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Dec 30, 2018

Have you ever known someone who is going through a difficult trial – and you wanted to help, but didn’t know how? According to my next guest, the last thing you should do is ask them “How can I help?”

Today, I am talking to Sarah Beckman. Sarah is a speaker, writer, blogger, and founder of Salt and Clay Ministries. After walking alongside friends and family members who were facing tragedy, and experiencing her own health trials, Sarah decided to write a book on the topic. She recognized that there were many people out there who genuinely wanted to help, but they didn’t know what to do.

In this episode, Sarah shares some very valuable insight into how people who are going through trials feel, and she gives us some very practical ways that we can help.

 

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Dec 16, 2018

Would you consider sitting in complete darkness for 30 days? Or spending time with people who have less than six months to live?

Today I’m talking with my new friend, Traver Boehm. Traver is an author, speaker, men’s coach, and founder of Man Uncivilized. After experiencing a series of extreme losses in his life, Traver went on an unconventional journey of self-discovery.

In this episode, we’ll talk about Traver’s experiences including time spent in isolation and time volunteering at a Hospice. And we’ll also learn what he’s discovered along the way about being a man.

Dec 2, 2018

What’s your story? Do you feel like you have one that you want to share with the world?

My new friend David Wenzel has a story to tell, and although it starts with Kung Fu, his story is about so much more. David was diagnosed 9 years ago with a brain tumor – and given 7 years to live. Although he’s surpassed the 7-year mark, David’s battle is not over yet. In fact, he was in the middle of chemo during our interview.

Despite his fight with cancer, David is a husband and father of three young girls, an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and founder of Bent Not Broken, a non-profit that provides support and motivation to other cancer survivors.

In this episode, we have a very real and very authentic conversation about David’s beliefs and his journey. And we’ll also discuss how to see your own situation, no matter how difficult, in a different light.

 

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To get access to the full show notes, including transcript, audio and links to resources mentioned, visit http://frontrowfactor.com/david-wenzel

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