This week, we talk about resilience with people who have faced extreme adversity and are now stronger and leading thriving lives.
Join host Vince Poscente as he interviews three real-life heroes:
Allison Massari, an artist,
W. Mitchell, CPAE, a professional speaker, and
Captain J. Charlie Plumb, USNR, CPAE, POW
W. Mitchell, a former mayor of Crested Butte, Colorado, survived burns over 65% of his body during a motorcycle accident and later became paralyzed from the waist down after a plane crash. Allison Massari, an artist and keynote speaker, was trapped in a burning car, which left 50% of her body burned. Captain Charlie Plumb, a retired Navy fighter pilot, was held prisoner of war for six years during the Vietnam conflict.
Each tells their story of what happened, how they overcame their disaster, and how their lives changed as a result of the resilience factor.
Today all three have thriving businesses and talk about adversity and resilience to audiences all over the world.
Join us to hear their incredible stories of resilience and learn from their experiences.
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