Ep. 86: Robert Baumgartner- Don’t quit halfway through the woods

Robert “Bob” Baumgartner is a normal, regular guy who was a history teacher and track coach in New Jersey, first at the high school level, and now he teaches at the college level. However, he has persevered through health crises in a way that is far from “normal”. Diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 20 and getting back-to-back cancer diagnoses just a few years later, he has developed an outlook on life that is inspiring to everyone around him facing incredible adversity.

You’ll hear:

  • Why he decided to teach history to high school students
  • How his epilepsy diagnosis changed his life
  • How it felt when he was told at age 24 that he has cancer
  • How he keeps a positive mindset while currently undergoing cancer treatments
  • His advice for anyone facing long-term obstacles or suffering

Some days you just need a little pep talk, so I created a motivational video where I share the top lessons I learned when I went through Ranger School. I did it to help motivate you when you’re facing your own challenges and facing adversity. The video is free, and you can get it HERE.

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