Our guest today is Brad Butler II. His story brings a new perspective to the Cleverly Changing Podcast because he spoke about growing up in a home where his parents and grandmother were functioning addicts. We believe that all people have the ability to rise from adversity to listen to Brad tell us about his journey from special ed to becoming a Mentor, educator, and motivational speaker. He is also the author of the book “Pain Passion Purpose” so please listen to the full episode and be inspired.
THE AFRICAN PROVERB FOR THIS WEEK’S PODCAST IS (1:40)
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WORD OF THE EPISODE ( 2:10)
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THE GROWN FOLKS SECTION: (3:47)
You’re listening to the Cleverly Changing Podcast. Episode 63. Our guest during this episode is Brad Butler II. BRAD is an athlete turned student success and retention specialist. A multi award winning motivational speaker, author, and educational consultant. He helps educators and coaches increase the graduation for students and athletes, using research-based strategies, components of SEL and life experiences.
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- Book: “Pain Passion Purpose“
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