Negative Judgements Can Hurt, or They Can Heal. The Choice is Yours to Make

This is an accurate depiction of how I felt after my arrest.

I’m honored to be a member of a White Collar Support Group lead by my dear friend, Jeff Grant.

We meet every Monday, and the topics vary; however, a few issues rise above the rest.

One of those issues is Judgements, particularly as it relates to our family and friends trying to reconcile our choices and actions.

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Reinvention Architect|Author|TEDx I write about my journey from the corporate world to the rock bottom of federal prison and reinventing my life.

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Reinvention Architect|Author|TEDx I write about my journey from the corporate world to the rock bottom of federal prison and reinventing my life.

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