How Quitting Drugs and Alcohol Skyrocketed My Success



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5 Comments

  1. Hey Dave, As we say.. Thanks for Sharing….Love your mess….pretty much my story… been a fan since EN… in and out many times over the decades myself.. not a a first time winner by no means…I have an idea that you might be interested in to help others on this topic which has been and is near and dear to my heart… lost tooo many family and friends to this Ever growing epidemic… I know with your influence and help we can save a transform thousands of lives… hope to hear back…. Prosperous regards

  2. Absolutely amazing content!!! Have been clean 3 years 4 months and 2 days. Have shown tremendous growth since then, just not in the online space. I'm working towards new ventures as I type. Thank you for the amazing content sir! Totally inspirational!!!

  3. Thank you, David for your inspirational video. I do not have a history of addictions. But I admire you overcoming your struggles. I am overcoming other struggles with family and financial issues in which I am in therapy for and also looking into Legendary Marketer presently.

  4. Hey Dave,
    Love that you are open about this topic. I have struggled with drugs and alcohol for the last 15 years and I want more out of life. I really became addicted or knew that I had become addicted when I was about 23 and went through a bunch of hardships and legal trouble. Then had a beautiful little girl and I got off heroin and opiates. I had gone to a doctor and got on suboxone so that I could no longer do any pills. I have now been taking suboxone for about the last 10 years, but to me having to take something wasn't sober, so last year I tried to stop taking suboxone and ended up back on heroin and overdosed twice so I went back on it. I want to give my little girl a great life and I have done a pretty good job up until this last year. So now I am basically starting over from square one, but I know in my heart that I am more than just an addict and I want more out of life for my daughter and I. I hope one day to be standing where you are right now, clean and sober, happy, and things start going my way. You have given me a lot of hope and that the possibility of rising from my station in life is possible but with my record now because of the addiction, I am the only person that will give me a chance to do more than be a bartender or work dead end jobs. So I wanted to thank you for the inspiration and just wanted to share a little of my story with you and to anyone else that is struggling with addiction that they aren't alone in struggling with it at this very moment in time. Thank you again for sharing Dave!

    Your Friend,
    Eric

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