Episode: Toxic People


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Toxic People
Have you ever had the thought that life would be so much easier if not for the people? That’s because some people are toxic. You may have toxic people in your life, you may not, and you may actually be one for someone else… In this episode, we dive into my personal experiences with toxic relationships and gain some wisdom from two of my most trusted advisors. Charles Lew, business entrepreneur and restaurateur, discusses how to handle toxic people in business in order to keep your company and work life as healthy as possible. Ana Lucia Cottone, my creative consultant who helps build businesses and lives into their fullest potential, breaks down the nuances and dangers of labeling people as toxic and ultimately shows us how toxic people may indeed be our greatest teachers in life. Overall, this podcast will give you the tools necessary to engage and embrace anyone you consider a source of chronic stress in your life with grace and understanding. So here’s to a happier, healthier you!

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