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Best Chris Speer podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Chris Speer podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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WARNING: This podcast is focused on helping people build the quality of life that they deserve. You’ll hear episodes on motivation, leadership, self-confidence, how to communicate better and how to Love and serve others, and learn some marketing stuff too. On occasion, there may be some language that isn’t kid-friendly but some episodes you may want your kids to hear. I’d recommend that you listen in before sharing with the kids. Best of all it's raw, real, and unfiltered. Learn more about t ...
Life Over Pain is a podcast full of inspiring stores from people with chronic pain and/or traumatic brain injury. Their stories are about how they are not defined by their pain or injury. They describe how they make choices to adapt to their present circumstances to create lives of value despite pain and loss. And, BTW, If you'd like to share your story, or know of someone who might have a story to share, please email
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This is probably one of the most meaningful episodes I've ever done of this podcast. Thank you for listening. I love you all and would ask that you please consider sharing todays episode. The world is on fire with anger, confusion, hatred, and the media is making sure we get to take it all in but is that really wrong? Shouldn't we see the struggle …
One way many people create a life of value as they live with whatever cards they have been dealt is to give back in some way. That is a key reason why most of the people share their stories on this podcast are so generous in doing so. And Paige Speers is a fine example.Paige suffered a pulmonary embolism which left her with an acquired brain injury…
No one knows the value of love and support from family and friends better than Scott Olson. When he was eight, doctors took out one third of his brain. They said he wouldn't walk, talk or use his arm again. But Scott was undeterred and his family kept telling him that they loved him - his grandmother even snuck hamburgers into the hospital for him.…
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