Fitness world champion Lori Harder has learned the highs and low are all necessary for real change.
Growing up an overweight outcast lead to bullying and a crippling anxiety set her on the transformative path to achieving the body, mind, and happiness she always wanted. The author of A Tribe Called Bliss explains why your lowest points are always lessons in disguise on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.
Lori describes the bullying from her childhood and the motivation it provided.
Lori breaks down reinventing her mentality and finding purpose in helping others.
Lori talks about anxiety and balancing her drive for success with the love of the journey.
Lori shares her life-changing revelations after getting kidnapped in Cancun.
Lori details staying hungry and finding balance after achieving success.
Lori gives advice to women unhappy with their body and people looking to rewrite their story.
Lori discusses her book’s key principles for developing self-awareness.
Lori reveals the impact she wants to have on the world.
“Nothing changes if you don't change the internal. I had to free myself so I had to change the dialogue.”
“You have to free yourself first, you have to heal yourself first, in order to help other people.”
“Without those really hard times you just don't get the euphoria on the other side.”
“So your rock bottom is literally where there is nothing else the whole reason you're here can finally come through because you're stripped of everything and all you have is the internal.”
Thanks to Tom Bilyeu and Impact Theory https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnYMOamNKLGVlJgRUbamveA