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.

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

TTT Ep 14 – Phil Holland, Survivor of Police Brutality

February 26, 2021

Phil Holland faced death at the hands of police brutality, and came back to life. He learned not to take this on alone in the process.

Phil was delivering pizza for his job and was shot at 14 times and hit twice – in the face and the leg. He survived to tell the story that police brutality is real and it happens to people who are completely innocent.

Phil shares about the support he needed throughout his journey of recovery:

Reach out. Don’t face what you are going through by yourself. It will likely seem easier to go it alone; better, cheaper, even. Accept sooner than later that you don’t have to rough it out on your own. The catharsis that takes place when you speak on what is ailing you will do you and your journey wonders.

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