Blue collar people are some of the grittiest, toughest, bravest human beings on the planet. Every building, bridge, and road was built on the backs of their hard work. Every piece of raw material was mined by their calloused hands. They manufacture our goods and transport them around the world. We see that strong outer shell, but there's more to every person than meets the eye. In this podcast blue collar business leaders tell their stories of courage and victory over crushing defeats. That's only possible because of a mental and emotional fortitude and a willingness to ask for help. It's our mission to bring hope to those of us who are strong on the outside, but are living a life of quiet desperation on the inside. We'll do that by working together to tell the truth about the challenges we face, and what it really takes to break through them.

Tragedy to Triumph

Empowering the blue collar workforce to live longer, happier lives.

TTT Ep 7 – Heather Kurtenbach’s story

January 8, 2021

Heather is truly brave for sharing this story with us. Growing up in a family where drugs and crime were the norm was rough. It taught her that trading her body for drugs, being on the run, and committing crimes to feed her habit were just the way it goes in life. Listen to how her personal suffering, that of her kids, and the experience of being in prison turned into the career of her dreams. Heather is now greatly accomplished being nominated for the Top 10 Women in Construction by Construction Business Owner magazine, and enjoys a life where she gives back to help more women in need. What a turn around!

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