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My Friend Trent Shelton on Rock Bottom, Burning the Boat, and Finding Your True Purpose

The Dean Graziosi Show

If you don’t know my friend Trent Shelton, your life is about to change. In this raw interview, he shares his journey from NFL player to world changer… and the reality of life’s “chapters” and life’s “books.” Listen NOW to discover when it’s time to burn the boat and move on to your true purpose. Join me on July 15 for a life-changing event with more speakers like Trent! Save your spot here: https://ownyourfuturechallenge.com/ptp3live?utm_source=ptppodcast

23mins

12 Jul 2021

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#117: Let Go To Grow with Trent Shelton

Young and Profiting with Hala Taha

You’re allowed to break up with your dreams. Sometimes letting go is the only way we can grow and go on to be successful. In today’s episode, we are talking with Trent Shelton, former NFL player, author, and international motivational speaker. Considered as one of the most groundbreaking motivational speakers of our era, Trent has touched millions with his words on self-worth, self-love, and recognizing your greatness. After his short-lived and rocky stint in the NFL, Trent had the opportunity to speak at a church event back home in 2011, and his world changed forever. After a sensational performance, it was undeniable to the audience and Trent that he found his purpose through inspiring others to live better lives. He started creating YouTube videos with his words of wisdom and courage, which went viral. Before he knew it, Trent was speaking across the globe and packing arenas from New York, to London and Fiji, and reaching over 50 million people across his social channels. In today’s episode, we discuss Trent’s time in the NFL, what it was like pivoting to something completely new and how he was mentally able to let go of a failed dream.  We also discuss how it can get lonely at the top, when to walk away from relationships and we go deep on some timely social justice issues of today. Sponsored by -  BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month by visiting betterhelp.com/yap Olay Body. Fearless In My Skin. Social Media: Follow YAP on IG: www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting Reach out to Hala directly at Hala@YoungandProfiting.com Follow Hala on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Follow Hala on Instagram: www.instagram.com/yapwithhala Follow Hala on ClubHouse: @halataha Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.youngandprofiting.com Timestamps: 00:49 - Trent’s Experience in the NFL 02:30 - How Trent’s Identify Was Morphed By the NFL 04:16 - Why Suppression Leads to Depression 06:49 - The Importance of Asking For Help 09:18 - How To Help Others 11:31 - The Way Trent’s Career in the NFL Ended 13:29 - Trent’s Purpose and How He Discovered It  16:30 - How Trent Got His Intro to Speaking 21:07 - The Way Trent Mentally Pivoted 24:49 - How Trent’s Community Reacted to His Decision 26:24 - Why The People Closest To Us React Differently To Success 31:22 - Trent’s Thoughts on Being Lonely as an Influencer 33:22 - How You Know When It’s Time to Walk Away From a Relationship 36:06 - Trent’s Recipe to Get Over Pain 41:25 - Discussion of Using Platform for Social Justice Movements  48:10 - Trent’s Secret to Profiting in Life  Mentioned in the Episode: Trent’s Website: https://www.trentshelton.com/ Trent’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trentshelton/ Trent’s Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkwdk8T8kJAzH7CusCv8QoA

1hr 2mins

7 Jun 2021

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Trent Shelton’s Comeback Story - The Power of Rehab Time

Comeback Stories

Internationally successful motivational speaker Trent Shelton talks about his story and struggle with fear and depression, and how his life changed completely once he accepted the power of his voice. Learn about the challenges Trent encountered during his professional football career and how those struggles became his message that he now shares with over 12 million followers every day. Trent grew up in the New Orleans area with his two older brothers and family. Sports were a major component of Trent’s life and his parents were always supportive of him and the things he pursued. One of Trent’s earliest memories of pain was because he was asthmatic and had a lot of difficulty breathing when he was younger. It was so bad that during one coughing episode Trent burst the blood vessels in his eyes. His mother drove him to the hospital where Trent stopped breathing and blacked out. He spent a week in the hospital and it was then that he realized how fragile life could be. Trent learned to never take life for granted and realized that God has a plan for his life. The pain was not there to break him, it was there to build him, and it gave Trent a lot of emotional resilience from a young age. Trent’s parents were his earliest teachers. He learned how to have faith and resilience from his mother and he learned how to be a supportive father and husband from his dad. Trent grew up across the street from people that went on to play professional football and that showed him the fruits of hard work. Hard work can make any reality and dream come true. Get around people that make your dreams tangible and make you feel like you can accomplish them. Trent found some success as an athlete when he was in school but during one of his first drafts, he found himself being left behind. Athletes put a tremendous amount of significance on their performance, and it was the first time in his life where Trent really felt like he wasn’t enough. A couple of weeks later, Trent was cut from the team. He went back to his parent’s place and sheltered himself. What you suppress will turn into your depression, that's what happened to Trent. For the following three years he lost himself in the journey to try to make it as a professional football player. Instead of the love of the game, everything was based on the fear of being cut for not living up to what people expected. It’s hard for athletes to look within and accept that they need to heal. The selfish season is about making sure you take the time for you so you can show up in your life in the way that your family or your team needs you to. It’s about doing the dark work, the work nobody sees. That can be reading books, listening to podcasts, taking care of your body, and having the difficult conversations you need to have. Selfish season is about burning whatever necessary bridges you need to burn, the ones that are leading your life to destruction. Fear controls so many people’s lives and it prevents people from becoming the person they were created to be. The fear of staying the same has to outweigh the fear of change. Failure is just a feedback sample. You have to look at the cost of inaction and what you’re going to pay for not pushing forward. Your perspective is under your control. It’s the window of how you see the world and it can be one of two things: the prison perspective or the power perspective. The prison perspective holds you back, the power perspective puts you in the driver’s seat. How you see life will determine how you feel about life, how you feel about life will determine what you do with your life, what you do with your life will determine what you get. The clarity of your perspective is determined by the quality of your practices. Self-love and self-care are crucial. No matter what you have, if you don’t fix yourself at a core level, you will still have nothing. Once the thrill of external things wears off, you will still have to deal with the pain. Trent hung onto his football career, not because he loved it, but because he didn’t know who he would be without it. In order to accept reality, he had to release it. Most of the time we try to solve things at a surface level. To harbour true strength, we need to conquer pain at its deepest level. Once Trent released his fears and the things holding him back, he began the process of repairing the holes left behind. Trent is an introvert so he did not expect himself to become a speaker. It wasn’t until a friend saw that Trent had something within him and encouraged him to speak to a group of high school kids did he discover what he was capable of. Your transparency can become someone else’s transformation. Realizing your past had a purpose can bring incredible healing to your life. You are more than your sport. Detach your emotions from the outcomes and strive to stay in the middle. At some point in your life, your moments turn to memories and memories are all you have. Fulfilling memories with the people that are closest to Trent are now the most important things in his life and what he’s most grateful for. Ask yourself why you feel like you are being held back. Is your fear really yours or did somebody give it to you? You have to understand where your mindset comes from before you can address it. Be open to working with other people who are willing to coach you and get around those people. There is nothing great you can do without a vision. If Trent could send a message to his younger self, it would be “It all starts with you.” We usually live in a blaming and complaining mindset, but if you want to change your life and be better you need to take responsibility for your life and take your power back. Trent’s mom gets his Comeback Story shoutout. She instilled faith and perseverance in Trent and taught him that there was always something bigger than him in his life. Mentioned in this Episode: Straight Up with Trent Shelton podcast

46mins

15 Apr 2021

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51. Trent Shelton: Author of Straight Up

BookThinkers: Life-Changing Books

The World’s #1 Personal Development Book Podcast! In this episode, I have the pleasure to interview author Trent Shelton. Trent is a retired NFL player, top motivational speaker, and podcast host who had dreams of traveling the world to help others “Respect Their Greatness.” Trent is seriously one of the top influencers in the personal development space. With millions of followers on his various social media platforms, Trent’s message has positively impacted a huge amount of people. His nonprofit, RehabTime, encourages personal change. Our conversation today is all about his most recent release, Straight Up: Honest, Unfiltered, As-Real-As-I-Can-Put-It Advice for Life’s Biggest Challenges. This conversation has been a long time coming! Please enjoy this amazing conversation with Trent Shelton. Today’s episode is sponsored by Audible. Try Audible for free: www.bookthinkers.com/audibletrial. The purpose of this podcast is to connect you, the listener, with new books, new mentors, and new resources that will help you achieve more and live better. Each and every episode will feature one of the world's top authors so that you know each and every time you tune-in, there is something valuable to learn. If you have any recommendations for guests, please DM them to us on Instagram. (www.instagram.com/bookthinkers) If you enjoyed this show, please consider leaving a review. It takes less than 60-seconds of your time, and really makes a difference when I am trying to land new guests. For more BookThinkers content, check out our Instagram or our website. Thank you for your time!

33mins

8 Apr 2021

Most Popular

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192. Trent Shelton - How To Build A Coaching Program

Coaching Business Secrets

I asked Trent how he went about making an impact in his coaching program. Trent Shelton is a former American football wide receiver who is currently the founder and president of a Christian-based non-profit organization, RehabTime. During March 2009 Shelton started making two-minute videos to track his progress of bettering his life and would always end the videos with, "It's RehabTime."[2] He was raised in Fort Worth, Texas, and wanted to become a professional football player when he grew up

20mins

26 Mar 2021

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148. Trent Shelton, Motivational Speaker & Former NFL Player

Hurdle

Prepare to be inspired AF. Trent Shelton dreamed of being a professional football player from the time he was 5 years old. He bounced between three different NFL teams after playing at Baylor, and then made the decision to move onward and pursue a different path — battling hard emotions in the process. That career pivot lead him to motivational speaking and ultimately founding Rehab Time, a non-profit organization aimed at empowering struggling individuals to find their voice, passion, and purpose. For episode 148, the father-of-three talks to me about what it’s like to have a devoted social following including 2.1 million on Instagram, and how he’s grateful for the extra time he’s had to spend with his family over the past pandemic year. He also offers up his best advice on how to come into your power, what it really means to “do the work,” and how to make more confident decisions. SOCIAL @trentshelton @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS Athletic Greens | Head to AthleticGreens.com/hurdle to get a year’s receive the FREE D3/K2 wellness bundle with your first purchase. BLUBlox | Head to BLUBlox.com/Hurdle and use "HURDLE" at checkout for 15 percent off. Beam | Go to BeamTLC.com and use code "HURDLE" at checkout for 15 percent off. GOODR | Head on over to Goodr.com/Hurdle and use code "HURDLE" for $10 off your order. They've NEVER done a promotion like this, so it's a big deal (and only valid for the first 200 orders)! At that link you can peep all of my favorites. CHECK OUT: HURDLE SESSIONS All past Sessions are now available on the Hurdle website. NEWLY LAUNCHED: Goal Setting Workshop JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter SIGN UP: Hurdle Book Club This month, we’re reading Alexi Pappas’ new book Bravey, which I’m amped on. Book Club will be Tuesday, February 23, at 8 p.m. ET. Please, only register if you know you can make it — as the Zoom is limited to 100 attendees! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message

57mins

22 Feb 2021

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Find Your Superpowers! [Rebroadcast - Straight Up with Trent Shelton]

Rise Together Podcast

Happy Thanksgiving! While we take time off to celebrate with our families, we wanted to share an episode from one of our network partners, Straight Up with Trent Shelton. Trent's straight-to-your-heart style will get you powered up for anything you need to take on - even a 15lb turkey!(from the original broadcast) Trent here, and this week on the podcast I'm going to help you unlock your superpowers to transform your life into the one you've always wanted to live. It sounds simple, but consistency is the power you need to anchor your actions in greatness. This week we're going to learn how.--Dave's first-ever book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is OUT NOW! This book is for everyone, and we mean EVERYONE: women who loved Girl Wash Your Face, men who did or didn't read Girl Wash Your Face, personal development skeptics, personal development devotees, anyone and everyone who has a life and knows it could maybe get a little better if they could just get out of their own dang way! LET'S GOOOOOO! -> http://bit.ly/gooyowpodYour Fave's Faves is coming November 18th! The latest podcast from the Three Percent Chance network features hilarious interviews with actors, musicians, athletes, influencers, gamers and more, sharing their five favorite things in any category they want! Hosted by author Rachel Hollis, Your Fave's Faves brings you stories from your favorite celebrities you WON'T hear anywhere else. Subscribe now to be the first to listen on Wednesday the 18th! -> http://bit.ly/yourfavesfavesEver wanted to go on a run with me? Now you can - anywhere, anytime! Download the RISE App today and access a full library of content that's always growing featuring workouts with me, Dave, as well as a diverse roster of coaches to fit any workout journey. The RISE App is for everybody and every body, so get started today: http://bit.ly/riseappdave Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

39mins

26 Nov 2020

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Episode 194: Trent Shelton gets Straight Up on how to transform your life

Second Shot with Heath Oakes and Jenny Anchondo

THE Trent Shelton (former NFL player turned speaker and internationally renowned coach) gets REAL with us in this episode. He reaches more than 50 million people weekly through his social media accounts and NOW he's sharing the story of how he got a Second Shot after his football career ended. He talks about how to stop identifying yourself by your career, how to singlehandedly pull yourself out of a funk and how to take responsibility in a way that will transform your life. Trent is the author of several books, including the newly released, Straight Up: Honest, Unfiltered, As-Real-As-I-Can-Put-It Advice for Life's Biggest Challenges. You can grab it here; https://www.amazon.com/Straight-Up-Unfiltered-As-Real-As-I-Can-Put-Challenges/dp/0310765609You can connect with Trent at www.instagram.com/trentshelton You can join the private Second Shot FB group at www.facebook.com/groups/secondshot And, hit us up on IG at www.instagram.com/secondshotpodcastTHANK YOU for being part of this show -- we are always listening.

33mins

22 Oct 2020

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Trent Shelton: Running From Reality

Redefining Wealth with Patrice Washington

It’s our Anniversary Eve episode! Next week will be our three year anniversary here at Redefining Wealth, which means we are celebrating three years of teaching you that wealth is so much more than money and material possessions. Here in this community, we believe in the original definition of wealth – the condition of well being. In order for us to achieve overall well-being, we first need to acknowledge our current reality and stop suppressing past shame and pain. A man who does this well is Trent Shelton, a father, transformational speaker and former NFL wide receiver. He is the poster child for turning pain into purpose and he is truly living a genuine and authentic life. He says, “it’s time to stop running from reality”. Sharing with us his devastating journey in the NFL, Trent teaches us how to tackle our trials and stop suppression from leading to depression. When we pursue purpose, sometimes our plans are not God’s plans. This is exactly what Trent discovered as God led him away from what he thought was his purpose (football), into what God truly had planned for him (speaking). For this reason, Trent believes “purpose is the wealthiest thing we can have”, and it’s no coincidence that our motto here at Redefining Wealth is to “chase purpose, not money”. Learning this lesson early on changed my life and I invite you to join us as we go further into this conversation and closer to our ideal lifestyle of wealth and well being. I believe Trent Shelton is one of the most prolific inspirational speakers of our time and I can’t wait for you to hear what he shares in today’s episode. This episode is brought to you by Command the Stage, A 2-Day Intimate Training Created for the Next Generation of Transformational Speakers Who Desire to Confidently Communicate the Message they’ve Been Called to Share with the Masses. How Would You Like to Captivate Your Audience, Attract Your Tribe, Build Authority and Use Speaking from the Stage to Grow Your Platform Exponentially by Becoming More Magnetic, More Memorable and More Powerful? Get more details at patricewashington.com/stage. Running From Reality Takeaways “When I speak I want to make my words matter.” - Trent Shelton “When the purpose is big enough, the struggle or any fear will never be great enough.” - Trent Shelton “I have a purpose greater than the pain I experienced.” - Trent Shelton “Oftentimes, our plans have to fail so God’s purpose in our life can prevail.” - Trent Shelton “Never let people place their impossibilities on your life.” - Trent Shelton “Faith isn’t believing because you see it, it’s believing it because you know God has called you to do it.” - Trent Shelton “Never feel guilty for cutting someone off when they handed you the scissors.” - Trent Shelton “I don’t ever want to be a public success and private failure.” - Patrice Washington “True wealth is not just in your bank account, but it’s also in your talents and your gifts and your wisdom that you leave here.” - Trent Shelton “Purpose is the wealthiest thing we can have.” - Trent Shelton Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions And with that, let’s dig into Trent’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions. Define Success: "Peace." Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less: "Leaving Impact Here" One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth: The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”: “My name is Trent Shelton and to me the truth about wealth is it’s bigger than anything you could ever purchase.” LINKS: To advertise on the podcast: http://www.patricewashington.com/podcastads Become an Official Purpose Chaser: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redefiningwealthcommunity/?ref=bookmarks Join Patrice’s Pod Club: http://www.patricespodclub.com To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com. Find me in Social Media:  Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth Instagram: @SeekWisdomPCWhttps://www.instagram.com/seekwisdompcw/ Twitter: @SeekWisdomPCWhttps://twitter.com/SeekWisdomPCW Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCWhttps://www.facebook.com/SeekWisdomPCW/ YouTube: @SeekWisdomPCWhttps://www.youtube.com/user/SeekWisdomPCW

40mins

3 Sep 2020

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Leaving Footsteps Worth Following: Trent Shelton & Peggy Rowe

Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith

It’s a great privilege to make an impact on others by leading a life worth emulating—and having mentors in our lives who once gave us the same gift. Motivational speaker Trent Shelton grew up in a family of faith who supported his dreams of becoming a professional athlete. After Trent worked his way to the NFL, he realized he was sacrificing his future by chasing temporary fulfillment. When he hit rock bottom, Trent decided to make God the rock of his life, and after his son Tristan was born, Trent worked hard to become a father his son would be proud of. And now, as he shares in his new book Straight Up, Trent tries every day to become the best version of himself so that he can impact his family and show them how to live well. Author Peggy Rowe—mom to Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs—was raised by loving parents who sacrificed time, money, and energy so Peggy could explore who she wanted to be. Now, Peggy seeks to impact others the way her parents inspired her through writing and sharing stories with millions of readers.  Links, Products, and Resources Mentioned: Jesus Calling Podcast Jesus Calling book Jesus Calling Podcast episode ft. The Bachelorette’s Luke Pell and pastor Jack Deere Lori Allen, founder of the shop Bridals by Lori TLC reality show Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta Trent Shelton Straight Up Rehab Time Saints player Gene Atkins Bengals player Geno Atkins imposter syndrome Peggy Rowe Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs The Discovery Channel "About My Mother" by Peggy Rowe 'About Your Father" by Peggy Rowe The Baltimore Sun Misty of Chincoteague Interview Quotes: “What I realized, once I hit rock bottom, was I never really built a solid relationship with God for myself.” - Trent Shelton “Oftentimes I feel like we place blame on God for situations we put ourselves in.” - Trent Shelton “If my son follows my footsteps, where is my life leading him? What's the path that I've created? What's the mindset? What's the faith? And I wasn't happy with the answers that I told myself.” - Trent Shelton “My prayers used to be asking God for things, and now my prayers are, ‘God, what do you need from me?’ And that has brought more clarity in my life.” - Trent Shelton “I feel like God leaves a void in each and every one of us that can only be filled by Him. And until He fills that void, you will never feel that overwhelming internal peace in your life.” - Trent Shelton “The most important work that you ever will do is the work that you do on yourself.” - Trent Shelton “Maybe that light that comes from my life, because I did the work on myself, could be the light that they need to light up their dark world or their dark times.” - Trent Shelton “We can't change the world if we don't change our households. We can't change our households if we don't change the way we think, if we don't renew our mind, if we don't renew our heart. And so it all starts with you. So, be the reflection of the change that you wish to see.” - Trent Shelton “I think probably the greatest gift my mother gave me was an ability to treat people the way that I would like to be treated.” - Peggy Rowe “[Mike Rowe] unfailingly respected and continues to respect the people that he worked with, the people that get up every day and do those less-than-desirable jobs. He treats those people and has treated them with the same respect that he would like to be treated.” - Peggy Rowe, on her son, Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe “I think that we human beings need constant reminders that we are not alone.” - Peggy Rowe ___ Enjoy watching these additional videos from Jesus Calling YouTube channel: Audio Playlist: https://bit.ly/2PrbuwH Video Playlist: https://bit.ly/2PsmEkJ What’s Good? Playlist: https://bit.ly/3i7VUlZ ___ Connect with Jesus Calling Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest YouTube Jesus Calling Website

31mins

20 Aug 2020

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