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087. Recovering From the Burnout We All Live with Michael Levitt

By on February 4, 2020

Michael Levitt has over a 25 years experience career in leadership, healthcare, finance and information technology, with a. focus on reducing and preventing burnout and stress in his current work. He has led community engagement, fund raising, and government engagement, which led to thousands of patients getting access to primary healthcare, reducing emergency room visits.…

081. Smash Your Anxiety by Embracing Change with Jesse Harless

By on December 23, 2019

Jesse Harless, M.A., is a trainer, advocate, author and founder of Entrepreneurs in Recovery®. Jesse is the founder of RecoveryFacilitation.com and Entrepreneurs in Recovery® workshops and training, a platform and training that empowers people in addiction recovery to reach their full potential. He works with individuals, communities, companies, non-profit organizations, addiction treatment centers and programs…

067. The Human Connection of Storytelling with Gareth Martin & Craig Haywood

By on September 24, 2019

This is my first time having two guests on at once, and the hardest part may be the show notes page! Today, I’m bringing you Gareth Martin and Craig Haywood, the hosts of the amazing podcast, Ridiculously Human. They are committed to the art of storytelling by having guests come to tell their stories, and…

059. Surrendering to the Facts to Realize Opportunity with Madeleine Black

By on July 30, 2019

The sharing of her story of sexual assault publicly On The Forgiveness Project’s website in September 2014, opened many doors for Madeleine in ways she never imagined and the invitations started to pour in. Many women and men got in contact and explained how reading her story gave them strength, hope, and a different perspective…

038. Facing Trauma to Allow for Growth with Mark Crandall

By on January 15, 2019

Mark Crandall’s is a story of uncommon adversity and triumph. At age three, Mark was taken from his biological mother by the Department of Youth and Families and placed in the foster care system. He lacked the tools and supports to manage both his grief and his new reality in society’s margins. From the pieces…