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The Next Level with Jeff Agostinelli

Each week we’ll bring you a new episode with an EXCEPTIONAL entrepreneur, author, thought leader, speaker or leader in their field. The goal of The Next Level Podcast is to inspire and educate by extracting key lessons from those who have already been there. Each week our special guest will gift you a download, secret, tip or strategy to help YOU get to The Next Level.
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Nov 14, 2016

When I learned more about today's guest through his book Running Man, I was utterly amazed Charlie Engle is an author, ultramarathon runner, and just an all around inspiration. In his early years, Charlie fell into a crack and alcohol addiction that nearly destroyed his life. Now 24 years sober, Charlie is a runner who has accomplished some seriously impressive physical feats. He was one of three team members in the film Running the Sahara which was narrated by Matt Damon. In the film Charlie, along with Ray Zahab and Kevin Lin ran 50 miles a day for 111 days straight! Just imagine what that took even just mentally to stick with such harsh conditions. His book Running Man was about so much more than running. It taught me about life, about how to face challenges, and no matter what life presents us, we always have a choice in what meaning we attach to events. We dive into topics like the story behind Charlie's book Running Man, overcoming his drug and alcohol addiction, continuing to move forward and search for that new path, how to bring the mindset of running 100 miles into your life, what is an ultramarathon?, understanding addiction, how the addict is actually all the best parts of you when applied in the right places, the truth behind healthy addictions, the difference between an addict and a using addict, using running to tap into the good feelings, self-imposed suffering and the transformation that comes from it, Charlie's biggest shift in mindset from all his years of running, and so much more...

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