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Russell Kirkman (Maybe it's me)

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This week I sit down with Russell Kirkman, entrepreneur, musician, author, speaker and motivator.  This episode Russell walks us through his journey to self awareness through a near death experience and how everyone should seek and embrace their individual calling.  This episode  we have a very spiritual and enlightening conversation with a very talented individual.

Russell Kirkman is the author of 2 books on reducing STRESS, “Maybe It’s Me” and “Maybe It’s Me Too.” He’s an expert at helping people identify areas of STRESS, anything from unemployment, marriage or a personal relationship, to parenting or the loss of a loved one. Russell says it’s all about rejuvenating and strengthen an individual’s positive attitude. Russell’s genuine belief in people, his compelling stories, and his amusing reflections of how he stayed positive in an unpredictable corporate and entrepreneurial arena keep readers and audiences on the edge of their seat

Jose Angel Contreras (Decoding Millennials)

Jose shares his compelling story of encouragement and actions he used to be successful in developing the person he is meant to be on earth. It is a must read for anyone who has questioned themselves in pursuing their aspirations.

Jose shares his compelling story of encouragement and actions he used to be successful in developing the person he is meant to be on earth. It is a must read for anyone who has questioned themselves in pursuing their aspirations.

José Angel Contreras grew up on the south side of Milwaukee, WI. He is the son of a hardworking woman from Oaxaca, Mexico and a loving father from Jalisco, Mexico.  José Angel Contreras grew up on the south side of Milwaukee, WI. Growing up on the south side of Milwaukee, José  witnessed gangs, crime, and violence that led him to develop into a leader to protect and serve his community.  We talk to Jose about his journey and his current podcast Decoding Millennials where he debukes the stereotype of millennials that the current society believes is true