The Limitless Life Podcast: Create Your Compelling and Vibrant Future
The Limitless Life Podcast: Create Your Compelling and Vibrant Future
#104 How I Won the War Against My Inner Demons with @JustinStenstrom

Justin Stenstrom on the OpenWorld podcast.

How do you overcome social isolation, depression, anxiety, shyness, and loneliness to create a thriving online entrepreneurial career? How do you continue on and prosper after working your way through more than 30 jobs in your youth to find a mold that kinda – sorta – fits you?

I was looking forward to this podcast interview because today’s guest shares a backstory similar to my own. Just like me, Justin Stenstrom was a young adult who felt lost and confused. He couldn’t find his tribe, and (just like me) had no mentors.

Yet he went on to become a self-made man, and carved out a niche for himself in the online space. Today, Justin is a nationally acclaimed life coach, author, entrepreneur, and speaker. He is the founder of, the host of the Elite Man Podcast, and hosts the annual Elite Man Conference.

We discuss a bunch of interesting subjects, and there are takeaways sprinkled throughout the podcast:

• What we learned from experiences of failure and coming up short
• How Justin has been able to connect and interview the world’s top mentors such as Robert Greene, Sean Stephenson, Ryan Levesque, and many others.
• Bonus strategies to connect with anyone.
• Business models of coaching and methods for building a tribe.
• And much more!

Justin reveals all in this week’s action-packed episode of the OpenWorld podcast. Thanks for joining us, hope you enjoy the interview, and leave us a review if you like what we’re doing!

Subscribe to Justin’s new podcast, “The Justin Stenstrom show,” and join the Elite Man Mastermind on Facebook.

2 Responses

  1. Joe


    Do you have any plans to upgrade your audio recording tools? I always like the topic of your podcasts but when I download them, the audio sucks!

    Maybe you could do a crowdfund for a better mic or something? I’m sure we could all chip in.