‘What is Enough’ with Omar Pinto
On today’s episode, coach, podcast host, and self-described life-long seeker Omar Pinto joins Annie Grace from Costa Rica. From his first drink at 16 years old, Omar felt magic in the way alcohol quieted the noise in his head and made the negative self-talk disappear. In constant search of control and freedom, Omar sought approval and validation and to feel significant. He thought alcohol gave him all that. Listen to hear how he found hope by learning to believe in himself and reframing his story into a much more empowering version of the truth.
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Highlights of “What Is Enough” with Omar Pinto
Omar Pinto has not only managed to overcome nearly every addiction imaginable, he’s also managed to find incredible success on the other side of it. Here’s the highlights of his story and how he’s helping others do the same.
- The first beer changed everything
- Money means success and freedom
- Having it all and losing it all
- Omar’s North Star
- Finding his way with the 12 Step programs
- The gift of desperation
- Turning this journey into a gift of helping others
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Special music thank you to the Kevin MacLeod Funkorama (incompetech.com)
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