After a short sabbatical “The Action Catalyst” podcast is back! In this most recent episode, Southwestern Family of Companies CEO Dustin Hillis talks with Jamie George, Executive Coach and Relational Alchemist about interpersonal relationships in the workplace and beyond, the value of making agreements instead of operating on assumption, the fine line between expectation and regret, and sharing a hot tub in Estonia!
More about Jamie George:
Jamie George is a transformational coach to executives, individuals & teams as well as an author & storyteller, who for the last 30 years, has dedicated his life to helping successful professionals heal the fractures in their relationships produced by stress and anxiety so that they can experience peace and love in their closest relationships.
Jamie has been actively serving as a coach and mentor to hundreds of executives, writers, directors, musicians, and entertainers throughout Nashville for the last 14 years.
Jamie is also the Co-Founder of The Prodigy Cinema School where he serves as President, guest lecturer, and one of the school’s Executive Producers.
He is the author of multiple books and publications including, Into the Kingdom, Poets & Saints, Love Well, The Wisdom of Solomon, and The Road to Hana. He collaborated with New York Times best-selling novelist Ted Dekker on The Way of Love and New York Times best-selling novelist Karen Kingsbury on The Heart of the Story.
Jamie is also one of “Nashville’s Storytellers.” His show, anchored in storytelling and performance arts, The Human Experience premiered on June 15, 2020, and is on hold until limitations from the pandemic are lifted.
Jamie has been married for 28 years, has four children, and lives in Brentwood, Tennessee.
Learn more about Jamie at JamieGeorge.com.
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