Rob Sparreboom was an international banker in Amsterdam, and like many executives, he was burnt out. He quit, moved countries, and set up an online business. He adopted the Tim Ferriss 4-Hour principles to take control of his health and wellness, and to enjoy life by his design with his girlfriend. Today he helps people change the beliefs that are holding them back and find the courage to take that step. It's a dream shared by many; however, it is not easy, and it has its challenges. To this day Rob deals with the dark side of the idealistic lifestyle posted by many.
When people ask Rob what he does, how does he like to reply? Rob had a corporate gig and burnt out. What does that feel like, how do you know you have burnt out? What were Rob's greatest fears when thinking of making a change? How did Rob change his lifestyle? What does a day/week look like for Rob now? How did Rob have to change his relationship with money? Did Rob discover you do not need as much as you thought to create your freedom? Rob discusses the demons that keep him awake and how he deals with that and self-doubt? The comparison trap of comparing where you are with others and what they have What's Rob's approach to trust when he is so dependent upon others for income and support? What was the most significant mindset change Rob had to make? How has the measure of success for Rob and his family changed? As a coach working with people, how does Rob know when he's successful? How does Rob curate his learnings to master a skill? What does the word balance mean to Rob today? If Rob was to start over in this part of his journey, what would he do differently?