Overcoming Adversity with Mindset, Positivity, and Faith: A Conversation with Uwe Best
I think of just most people in everyday life that struggle because life is hard and there's so many things happening and I complain all the time and I feel pretty great.
In the latest episode of the Finding Strength podcast, host Matt Quackenbush talks to Uwe Best, a German citizen, Ironman, and 20-year veteran of the German Special Forces who has learned what it takes to overcome adversity. Facing a diagnosis of terminal cancer, Uwe stays faithful and hopeful. He teaches how to live focused on what really matters despite any obstacle that comes his way. In this episode, Uwe shares his experiences growing up in Germany, his encounter with Jehovah's Witnesses, leaving the church, and trying to fit into the military. Through it all, Uwe emphasizes the importance of mindset, positivity, and faith, and how embracing imperfections and authenticity can help us live better lives.
Uwe shares his struggles with cancer and how he deals with the diagnosis and treatments. He emphasizes the power of love and support, and how it has helped him to stay strong and hopeful. Uwe talks about the importance of relationships and knowledge, and how we need to look beyond our prejudices and ignorance to embrace diversity and learn from others. Uwe's story is truly inspiring, and his positive attitude and outlook on life are sure to leave you feeling hopeful and empowered.
The episode ends with a call to action for listeners to tune in to future episodes of the Finding Strength podcast. Matt Quackenbush and his co-hosts Brindy Quackenbush and Bethany Tenney have amazing insights and advice for working with anxiety and how to find motivation. Featuring incredible stories of triumph over trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, suicide, grief, and more... Each episode is filled with techniques that work and stories that inspire. Listen to the episode now on alcoholfree.com and find strength and inspiration in Uwe Best's story of triumph over trauma and terminal cancer.