Are you struggling to find yourself and feel like you’re slowly sinking into your own deadly quicksand? Let Holly Betrone’s podcast “Gratitude Builds Fortitude” guide you to mental resilience, self-love and fulfillment!
What is the podcast about?
Welcome to Gratitude Builds Fortitude, the podcast where we optimize gratitude, mindset, and mental resilience. It’s time to say no to that list of three things and yes to gratitude on your terms.
Your host, Holly Bertone, PMP, CNHP, was such an overachiever that her health hit rock bottom three times – breast cancer, autoimmune disease and debilitating chronic fatigue. After a 25-year career in project management, consulting and data analysis, she uses this skill set as a transformational mindset coach. Her mission is to help you get through the tough times with greater resilience and turn your struggle into your greatest strength.
Why should people listen to it? Who is the podcast for?
Tune in every week for inspirational stories and tactical action plans to find love, happiness, laughter… and YOUR OWN comeback story.
Featured Episode – Episode 74: When Gratitude is Put to the Test – My Divorce Story
Divorce is one of life’s most challenging experiences, filled with emotional turmoil, fighting, uncertainty and anger. It can leave us with fear, feeling broken, lost and like the foundation has been ripped from under us.
Today, I’m pulling back the curtain, and I’m going to share my divorce story. Not only that, but everything I’ve experienced, learned, practiced and taught about gratitude was put to the test.
In today’s episode, we will answer the questions… what is the ripple effect of gratitude when going through a divorce? How can you change the narrative of what divorce is supposed to look like? If you are currently navigating a divorce, this is a must-listen-to episode.
But even if you are not, the principles that I’m going to share today will help you to view any difficult situation from a different perspective.
Holly Bertone spent 25 years rising through consulting and federal government service ranks. At Booz Allen Hamilton, she traveled all over the U.S., training clients on new systems. While at the FBI, she helped to establish four different national security program management offices, all before being appointed as the Chief of Staff for Counterintelligence. Her world came crashing down when breast cancer and subsequent autoimmune disease caused her to experience debilitating chronic fatigue. After her career in project management and data analytics came to an end, she is now using this same skill set as a transformational mindset coach.
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