How to Overcome Loss: Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt
Support the Warrior Soul Podcast every time you shop on Amazon.
Just click this banner and bookmark the landing page. Then use the bookmark whenever you make a purchase on Amazon.
We’ve also got more great deals for you from supplements to tactical gear here: https://warriorsoulagoge.com/support/affiliates
Theodore Roosevelt lost his 22 year old wife and his mother on the same day. He lost his brother 10 years later.
When Theodore Roosevelt was just 24 years old, he lost his mother and his wife on the same day just three days after the birth of his first child.
Theodore experienced the loss of his brother Elliot less than ten years later to alcoholism.
Despite the immensity of these losses, Roosevelt was not broken by them. Instead, he pushed forward on his work, became a noted author, a politician, and eventually, President of the United States.
This episode explores the good and bad lessons we can take from Theodore Roosevelt for how we deal with our own loss in this life.
Our GuestStephen Mansfield is a New York Times Best Selling Author and Speaker who leads ...
Support the Warrior Soul Podcast every time you shop on Amazon. ...
The Warriors Obituary Society
If you are a man who is searching for deeper meaning in life, consider joining our brotherhood, The Warrior’s Obituary Society.
This group empowers men to live epic lives worthy of epic obituaries. It consists of an 8 week development program centered on improving your fitness, finances, relationships, and impact on this world. From there, we continue the fight with weekly challenges, workouts, and guidance toward achieving your most valued goals. Learn more by clicking the button below.
Support our amazing sponsor, FBOMB Nutrition, and get 20% off of your first order with the code WARRIORSOUL at checkout!
FBOMB makes delicious low carb fat fueled snacks including their amazing macadamia nut butters, oils, meat snacks, and cheese crisps.
They’re also amazing people who send boxes of their products overseas to the troops on the front lines.
It’s an amazing company and their products are top quality, which is why we have them as a sponsor.
The Warrior Soul Podcast is also brought to you by Save the Brave. Save the Brave brings Veterans and Gold Star Families together through outreach and comradery events. Their outstanding work helps Veterans to find their confidence and gain happiness through fishing, golf, and other activities. If you’re interested in helping Save the Brave, head over to http://www.SavetheBrave.org and make your donation today.