Gold with Jeanette Schneider Episode 72: Rise Up with David Trotter

David Trotter believes you are Divinely created and have a unique purpose in this world. After experiencing his own rock bottom after many years as a pastor, his true life calling came into view.

In this episode we talk about the difference between a rock bottom and a rock “middle,” why self awareness is incredibly important, and how to get your needs met in both an unselfish and highly empowered way.

David Trotter is an author, speaker, transformation coach, and host of Inspiration Rising, a podcast dedicated to inspiring women (and the men who support them) to rise up in life, love, and leadership. He is the author of “Empowered to Rise: The Secret to Embracing Your True Identity, Uncovering Your Super Powers, and Bringing Your Inspiration to the World,” and through his Launch Your Life coaching program, he helps women (and men) overcome difficult life transitions and develop a workable plan to make lasting changes. For over 25 years, David has helped people get unstuck, clarify their goals, and take their lives to the next level through his leadership, speaking, writing, and filmmaking. David and his wife, Laura, have been married for over 25 years and live in southern California with their two almost-grown kids.

I love David’s reminder that hopes and dreams are great, but intentionality and action are where the magic becomes felt.

You can find David and his podcast at and follow him on social media @insporising.

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Until next time – in the words of my grandma, “Love each other every day.”

In your ears, filling your heart.



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