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Ok, peeps, it’s the new year and you know what that means? No, not another resolution, but, yes, an opportunity to make the changes and the commitment to change that you desire. This week’s guests will teach you how to do that as coach Katie Humphrey gives you an 8-step process to revolutionize yourself in 2012. Survivor Carter Lee will be sharing about how to change from survivor to thriver!
The show airs Thursday, January 5th, 7:05-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM. If you’re not local you can listen by clicking on the LISTEN LIVE button at the top of this post!
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Our next guests on ‘Your Life After Trauma’ are:
As a keynote speaker, empowerment coach, author and spokesperson, Katie Humphrey inspires women to feel fit, confident and motivated. Her dynamic Revolution of YOU brand helps overwhelmed and stressed out women confidently reach their goals.
Katie has been interviewed on many radio stations and has been featured in Shape.com, The Couch Potato Diet and is a featured expert on ChickRx, a savvy health and wellness resource for women. With a passion for helping others, she volunteers at Pace Center for Girls and founded the Girl Empowered Club, a program that helps teen girls feel healthy, happy and confident. Katie holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Stetson University and is president of JK Humphrey International. She resides in Ocala, Florida with her husband.
Carter Lee is the President of Innovative Social Dynamics, a professional speaker, columnist of In That Moment of Space for the Washington Times Communities, and author of When Jonathan Cried For Me. Formerly an actor, stand-up comedian, and involved in the sports-entertainment industry, Carter was a licensed professional wrestler, promoter, and booker. During this time, Carter struggled a great deal internally.
He was diagnosed with chronic depression, PTSD, due to childhood sexual abuse from the hands of a pedophile, and struggled with his weight and anger. He decided he was going to stop living under the oppression of his negative thoughts and emotions, and began a journey to transformation. Through this journey Carter found his road map to freedom, and no longer suffers from PTSD, depression, anger, or his weight; and he’s on no medications. He now dedicates his time to helping others achieve a true-transformation similar to his own.
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