Episode: Episode 035: Relationships deal with purpose, people and pathways, with Gunnar Counselman.

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Episode 035: Relationships deal with purpose, people and pathways, with Gunnar Counselman.

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Gunnar Counselman is a former Marine HUMINT Officer who served in Iraq, Bosnia, and the Horn of Africa. He performed initial research for the book Disrupting Class in 2005 and currently is the co-founder and CEO of Fidelis Education, a leading Learning Relationship Management company.

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