Shift Happens: Fame Is a Burden

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” -Warren Buffett

What do you do when your reputation isn’t who you really are?

You may have heard of Tucker Max…

He is the author of bestseller, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, a book that instantly landed Tucker quite the reputation as the “entertaining, brazen drunk guy.”

But a LOT has changed since then. And on my latest podcast episode I interviewed Tucker Max, who has spent the last 12 years reinventing himself as an accomplished book publisher, husband, and father.

In this episode, Tucker shares

  • The experiences that turned him off of fame
  • His intense (and sometimes grueling) journey with psychotherapy and meditation
  • The reason why he fired himself as CEO from his own company
  • How he’s turning the dreams of aspiring authors into reality

This is a good one, here’s why: we’ve all done things in our past that we aren’t proud of, but it’s how we’ve taken the lessons we’ve learned and used them to make a transformation that truly matters. This episode is relatable in that way, we’re all only human.

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