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Sharpen Your Sword

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Sharpen Your Sword

An education and health & fitness podcast from Brock Richard

Sharpen Your Sword is a metaphor for the ongoing process of our personal development. Sword is meant to be interchangeable with whatever you want, whether it be your leadership skills, communication skills, mindset or any area of your life that you’re looking to improve and refine. Guests include entrepreneurs, athletes, authors, experts in the fields of fitness, health and wellness, science, psychology, spirituality and many more. I’ll dive into their life experiences, mindsets and the wisdom they have cultivated along their journey thus far. My mission is for you to be able to immediately apply the insights you gain from this show in order to enhance your experience of life.

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