Some bold moves have a ripple effect. Welcome to Bold Moves Podcast Episode 297 Jessi Beyer. Jessi has a passion for mental health advocacy, and it all started in high school when she made the bold (and tough) move to call the cops on her then-boyfriend to prevent him from committing suicide. She saved his life, and it changed the course of her life.
Now Jessi has taken the path less traveled, started her own business, graduated from college at 20, and now works as a speaker and personal development coach as well as K9 Search and Rescue Trainee. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 297 Jessi Beyer!
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[Tweet “They can be proud of parts of themselves that they don’t put on a trophy case.” – @jessibeyerintl via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “I’ve been where you are, so let me tell you what I did to get out of there and maybe it can help you.” – @jessibeyerintl via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “It’s totally okay if you go through 5 or 6 therapists until you find that one that’s the right fit for you.” – @jessibeyerintl via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “Allowing yourself to work through those feelings at the rate you need to is the best advice I can give.” – @jessibeyerintl via @MandieBrice”]
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Jessi is also co-hosting a webinar, and she’d love to invite listeners to join her! Check it out here!
Talk about some bold moves, right?
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