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This episode is in memory of Tony’s Mentor: Sean Stephenson

In 2008, Tony Grebmeier says that he almost lost everything. He had been struggling for years with addiction, was in severe debt, separated from his wife, and was considering taking his own life. One day a friend knocked on his door and spoke the words that he desperately needed to hear.

Now years later, Tony has dedicated his life to helping others overcome their own internal struggles and step into who they feel called to be. In this episode, Tony shares with us his story of being abused as a child and the implications that had on his relationships and identity.

Today we dive into the power of forgiveness and how we can overcome the dialogue in our mind that keeps many of us in bondage. Tony shares with us why we need to make our healing journey a priority and how everything changed for him when he shifted from leading with his wallet to leading with his heart.

If you or someone you know struggles with demons from the past, or wonders what forgiveness looks like practically, you do not want to miss this episode! As Tony beautifully says, “no storm lasts forever” and “the most important thing you can do is get someone to help you through your journey”.

If you need any additional support please do not hesitate to reach out to us in our Facebook community: Hope to Recharge, because as always, together is better.

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Topics Discussed:

  • How to forgive someone who has hurt you.
  • Why “staying” during difficult times is so powerful.
  • How sharing your story sets you free.

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