277: Break Through Fear and Leave A Legacy Behind with Dr Richard Shuster

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How do you leave a legacy behind and why would you want to do so? 

So much have been said about leaving a legacy, but not a whole lot has been said about what a legacy is. Would you agree with this statement?

Agree or not, you are a recipient of some kind of legacy based upon the following definition from Merriam Webster dictionary.

Legacy: something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past

How are you intentionally seeking to leave a legacy behind? Who would benefit from such?

If you have ever given thought to this idea, you will be inspired by this episode as Dr. Richard Shuster talks about why it's important and what was it that brought him to this conclusion. His story might just be your story with changes to places, people and time.

These 3 questions were ones he asked himself and it would be good for you to answer as well.

  1. What am I doing with my life?
  2. What impact is my life making?
  3. What legacy am I leaving behind?
  4. What difference had I made?

These questions came out of a life-changing experience he had. You will hear him talk about it in this episode.

Two of the many takeaways for me and the one that stood out the most is the following statements he made:

  • People will only change when the degree of discomfort or pain becomes greater than the degree of comfort.
  • Be true to yourself and find what you are passionate about.


Dr. Richard shared that the path that helped him to make radical changes in his life came through:

  • Exposure to books and other media channels. This led to my curiosity in what I might want to pursue or change in my life.
  • Movement: where his path found him as he took one step after another.
  • The idea of reaching more people at one time led to the Daily Helping movement.

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DR. RICHARD SHUSTER is a licensed clinical psychologist and the host of The Daily Helping with Dr. Richard Shuster: Food for the Brain, Knowledge from the experts, Tools to Win at Life which is regularly downloaded in over 35 countries.

On his podcast, Dr. Shuster’s guests educate and inspire listeners through their stories, expertise, and passion for helping make a difference in the lives of others. His mission is to help people become the best versions of themselves and as a consequence, make the world a better place.

A sought-after media expert, Dr. Shuster’s clinical expertise and podcast have been featured in such publications as The Huffington Post, NBCNews.com, Glassdoor.com, Reader’s Digest, and others.



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