No Failure Should Define You with Dominick Domasky

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on July 1, 2014 0 Comments

Dominick-DomaskyWe’ve all heard stories of multimillionaires who’ve lost it all and gained it back in a short time. Good for them, right? At one point in our lives, we’ve all experienced some level of failure. It’s a fact of life. How you handle the repercussions of that failure is the key to your success or continued demise.

Dominick Domasky is no stranger to failure. After quitting his job to pursue his dream, he found himself half a million dollars in debt, jobless and wanted by the law for reasons pertaining to business. To top it off, his wife was pregnant with their first child. His journey to failure and back again has taught him some very valuable lessons.

Join Adam and Dominick and learn the steps to take to pick yourself up, dust yourself off and rise above failure.


About This Guest: ()

Dominick Domasky arrives as an author and motivational speaker with a unique background and a wealth of life experience. As a boy, Dominick learned the value of hard work, in the fields of his father’s landscape company. He took that knowledge, placed it into his passions, and carried it throughout his life. The only problem was he failed, over and over, from algebra to athletics. In 2002 as a young man Dominick fulfilled a dream to open his own business, three years later it was closed and he was in financial ruins. Dominick Domasky is a loving husband and family man. Dominick is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, an inspirational author, a motivational speaker, a supporter of JDRF, and a passionate insurance salesman. The loves of his life are his family, business, telling stories, and basketball. Don’t Double Bread the Fish, Dominick’s 1st inspirational book was not written from a pedestal, but from the trenches of digging ditches, picking up cigarette butts and overcoming countless failures. Dominick has no ill will of the past, but looks back and finds humor and strength. As the old saying goes, “That which does not kill us only makes us stronger!”