It’s a timeless topic but one that’s never been more relevant. People are constantly evolving and adapting to overcome adversity and trauma – yet conversations about building that ability are rare.
Chelsea Snyder, former Coordinator of the Geneva Resiliency Center and Grete Steele, Program Coordinator of the Finger Lakes Resiliency Network, share their reflections and perspectives on how we define resilience, what it looks like in our communities, and even the little things we can do to help lift up those around us.
This week’s episode goes one-on-one with Michelle Courtney Berry.
She’s the CEO & Founder of Courtney Consulting Enterprises, LLC, which focuses on finding the meaning in the mess given what’s going on in the world. From self-care and social justice to creating connection and walking the talk, its time to get real.
Berry is the author of Keeping Calm in the Chaos, mindset equity trainer, and Tedx speaker who has delivered thousands of keynotes in her career.
Look for new episodes of The Melissa Killeleagh Show on Monday’s at 9 a.m. on FingerLakes1.com.
This week Melissa Killeleagh comes with a special message, and has a lengthy conversation with Luciana Torous. She owns 3 Leaf Tea located in Auburn, New York. They talk business, entrepreneurship, challenges of life and so much more.
Who says social isolation can’t have benefits? Leroy Collins, Author, Speaker, and former NFL running back was featured this week on The Melissa Killeleagh Show discussing The Dream Project. Collins and Killeleagh discuss how people can use this time to dig deep and bring our dreams to life.
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