Gold with Jeanette Schneider Episode 57: Big T Trauma with Dan Mason

Dan Mason is a nationally recognized career and life transition coach and host of the Apple #1 debut podcast, Life Amplified. His work has been featured at the Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, and the Nationally syndicated Elvis Duran Morning Show. Dan has helped clients in 13 countries discover their calling, leave their soul-crushing corporate jobs, and create careers that are meaningful to their bank account AND the world at large.

Dan and I dig into trauma, both “Big T” trauma and “Little t” trauma and the steps we take to understand who we are under the stories we’ve told ourselves. I love this conversation because Dan has successfully moved his clients from muted dreams into actionable next steps after he, himself, did the big, dirty work.

Let’s dig in.

Thank you so much for joining me today. I love every conversation I have with Dan because he is so real, so vulnerable and so right. Be willing to have the hard talks with yourself so that you can create the life you are meant to live.

You can find Dan on IG @cscdanmason and online at creativesoulcoaching.net

Dan is also a contributor to LIV app and created a killer challenge for those looking to up level their career dreams!

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Until next time – in the words of my grandma, “Love each other every day.”

In your ears, filling your heart.

Xo,

J

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