Mason Bendigo is an amazing young man who has worked tirelessly and is clearly appreciative of the opportunities he’s been given both is athletics and in medical device sales.. This episode takes you through Mason’s story. One that started as the kid who moved all the time due to his father’s profession. Every time he settled in using sports as his identity but often all too soon it was time to move again. All along the way he identified sports as a way to fit in in each new place and was given a natural athletic gift to go with his hard work ethic.
Mason would go on to overcome two ACL injuries to the same knee while still in high school, before going on to play injury free football for 4 years at the college level.
Like so many young people looking for their first break in the professional world, it was a chance meeting with an old friend in Little Rock that opened the door to start him in medical device sales. Mason has been working hard to grow personally and professionally ever since.
Stay tuned and listen all the way through to this young man and his amazing energy and positivity as we talk about life, business, sales, what is entailed with being an orthopedic device sales person, and a bit of college football.
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Questions that we cover in this interview include, but are not limited to-
What was it like moving a lot when growing up and how has that helped you in business and life now?
What was it like mentally and physically recovering from two ACL injuries?
What inspired you to start your own podcast?
How has athletics in general and playing in college helped form your habits in the real world?
What does having a mind, body, spirit connection mean to you? What’s your favorite places you’ve had the opportunity to travel?
What’s your morning ritual and daily habits to set you up for success on a daily basis?
What led you to get in to medical device sales?
How did you choose medical devices as the right place for you?
What does success look like for you?
How does being there to serve others add motivation to your life?