[B038] Building Resilience When Life Kicks You In the Ass ft. Michelle Jackson

Life doesn’t need to keep kicking you in the ass.

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Show Notes

Do you feel like you just can’t anymore? It doesn’t have to be that way. We talk to Michelle Jackson about building resilience. When life kicks you in the ass, you can turn around and fight back. It’s not easy. It’s not always fun. But it is possible.

One of the most important things you can do for success is to develop grit. Michelle has grit. She had to help support her mother, and she’s had her own share of setbacks. Find out how Michelle moved forward — see if you can learn lessons in building resilience in your own life.

Website: michelleismoneyhungry.com

Instagram: @michelleismoneyhungry

Twitter: MichLovesMoney

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Hosted byHarlan L. Landes and Miranda Marquit
Produced byadulting.tv
Edited and mixed bySteve Stewart
Music bybensound.com

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[B038] Building Resilience When Life Kicks You In the Ass ft. Michelle Jackson was last modified: September 26th, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

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