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The Resilience Breakthrough Podcast

I had the privilege of being a guest on “The Resilience Breakthrough Podcast “ hosted by Christian Moore and Dave Biesinger. This was a fun, lively and impactful conversation. We address a lot of societal and cultural issues of today. Our open dialogue will move you and, hopefully, allow you to see the world through a new prism. Click on the link to listen:

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Unified…

How do you get two people who see things differently to come together? You don’t, because it’s already happening. No one is in perfect alignment with anyone else. God made us different from each other in every way. I’m guessing He likes variety, but I doubt He likes seeing his children at each other’s throats. Recognize our differences, even within our own families. Embrace the differences and unify. We are better together…

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Music…

Music is one of the things that connect us. Here’s some perspective…

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Why?

What has brought us to this place where we politicize everything? Why are we doing this? Step away from the politics and focus on family and friends. There is a lot of good in the world, but you might miss it if you are looking for a fight…

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Education…

Be a lifelong learner. Enrich your life with great books, beautiful music and magnificent artwork. Engage in meaningful conversations with people you do not agree with. Your worldview will expand…

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Listening…

Nowadays we try to be the loudest voice rather than be an active listener. Listening takes effort; it’s real work rather than merely hearing someone. Listening is a deeper understanding, and it is where bridge building begins. Actively listening to others doesn’t come naturally, and it’s exhausting. But when we put in the effort, the quality of our conversations grows while our worldview expands…

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Together…

Why are we tearing each other apart? The media and the politicians love to keep us stirred up and at our neighbors throats. Otherwise, we might come together and call them out for their fecklessness. Did not fall for it. Stand together…

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