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 10 – Chris Knuth

January 28, 2021

Chris Knuth was an integral part of saving my life. It was an honor to help him tell his story and I appreciate him for his courage and willingness to share in service of making a difference for others. This is a very special episode for me and I hope you enjoy it and that it makes a difference for you.

Chris learned to lean on others and take on a road to healing and feeling complete. It’s a huge act of courage to be willing to seek and accept support. Here are some nuggets from Chris himself:

I don’t have to do it alone. I don’t have to have all the solutions myself and I can rely on my staff, mentors, coaches and colleagues to help me. I started to heal the traumas of my childhood and to unload the backpack of all the weight I was carrying. I’m patient with the process. I realize it took me years to get into this mess and will likely take years to get out.


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