Published January 27, 2020

007 Jo Saxton: For Wholistic Health

While we’re on this journey to do good things, unfortunately we can face big setbacks to our personal well-being. This episode of For the Good is a special cross-over episode from the GLS Podcast featuring author, leadership coach and entrepreneur Jo Saxton and CEO of Novus Global, an executive coaching firm, Jason Jaggard. They tackle tough topics like the importance of rest, the work of therapy, leadership loneliness and the challenges of imposter syndrome. Gain practical insight on how to increase your personal wellness and well-being on your journey to be for the good.

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