#24: David Herring on Finding Happiness Through Being His Authentic Self

David Herring is an architect, attorney, and one seriously woke dude.

In this episode, we cover some deeply personal topics and often venture into the existential. I feel like we barely scratched the surface, so I look forward to having David back in the studio again soon.

One of my favorite moments:

On making the difficult decision to walk away from his job without a safety net or a plan rather than continue to be unhappy: “I was constantly anxious, stressed out, unhappy. And, I just kind of had this awakening-if you want to call it that-where I said to myself ‘I’m not doing this anymore.’ If it means I have to live in a box on the street to be happy, I’m willing to do that. Because being happy and content in life is worth more than anything.”

You can find David Herring on FacebookTwitter, LinkedIn, and www.davidherringlaw.com

You can reach out to David Herring HERE.

Liked what you heard? Consider sharing this episode with a friend.

The book David mentioned. Click to Purchase from Amazon.

As always, you can find me on TwitterInstagramFacebook, & LinkedIn

The podcast is available for download from the iTunes StoreGoogle PlayStitcher Radio, and TuneIn. You can also download this episode from the player at the top. And, please, if you enjoy the show please hit that subscribe button and give us a 5-star rating in the iTunes store.

A portion of any purchase made through our affiliate links kicks back to the show to help us keep the lights on and bring you more fresh killer content.