152: How to become the best version of yourself | with Frank Canace

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Frank Canace simultaneously worked as a police officer by night and defense attorney by day, giving him a unique perspective of both sides of the Constitution. In my conversation with Frank, we discover how he considered both jobs to be a “labor of love”  and the lessons he learned from these professions help him in his current career of life coach. His is an amazing story.

In This Conversation We Cover:

  • How Frank’s 20 years in the Connecticut police force taught him more about himself than anything else he experienced.
  • Misconceptions the public has about police officers.
  • That police are negotiators and crisis managers.
  • How Frank learned to talk to people, those who are at the lowest point of their lives.
  • Learning from other police and situations.
  • What effect Frank’s parents had on his career decisions.
  • Frank’s belief that we shouldn’t take the law into out our own hands (and an example of when he backed himself on this and the associated pain this caused him.)
  • How body posture on callouts help convince people that you’re in charge…and also yourself. How you can coach yourself into confidence.
  • Finding out people’s story and then helping them using that information.
  • Being a human being while a police officer.
  • “The science of getting rich” and Frank’s subsequent book based on that knowledge.
  • How Frank uses this knowledge as a lifestyle coach.
  • The importance of your thoughts.
  • Telling yourself you deserve stuff.
  • Use visualisation and meditation.
  • Learning from Wyatt Earp prior to becoming a police officer.
  • Finding the inside inspiration to help you stay grounded.
  • Being a human being
  • The science of getting rich
  • The importance of your thoughts
  • Becoming a better version of yourself


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Hi, I’m Rob!

Hi, I’m Rob! It has been said “You are not what you have learned, but what you’ve overcome.”

I have overcome my share of obstacles in order to architect the life of my dreams and uncover the key to lasting, meaningful success. Growing up in Queens (literally on the wrong side of the tracks), my early years were tumultuous, marked by hardship and violence.

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