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Losing A Loved One
Posted on Oct. 7, 2019
Hank Wagner
Category: Personal and Professional Development
Death is hardly the go-to topic of conversation. It is uncomfortable and difficult to talk about. However, it is something we can't avoid no matter how healthy we eat, how much we exercise or how well we avoid stress. In most cases we don't know when, so sadly we can't plan our goodbyes. In this podcast, Hank Wagner challenges us not to wait until our last day when you can add value to someone’s life everyday, and he answers three questions surrounding loss of a loved one:
1. What can we do for someone grieving?
2. What can we learn from a loss?
3. What changes might we make in life?


 
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Death is hardly the go-to topic of conversation. It is uncomfortable and difficult to talk about. However, it is something we can't avoid no matter how healthy we eat, how much we exercise or how well we avoid stress. In most cases we don't know when, so sadly we can't plan our goodbyes. In this podcast, Hank Wagner challenges us not to wait until our last day when you can add value to someone’s life everyday, and he answers three questions surrounding loss of a loved one:
1. What can we do for someone grieving?
2. What can we learn from a loss?
3. What changes might we make in life?

HANK WAGNER is the founder of Wagner Leadership Training and owns a 650-cow dairy farm in northeastern Wisconsin with his family. A John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and coach, Hank has authored a book titled “Teachable Moments” and formed Wagner Leadership Training to help individuals, families, organizations and businesses be their best. Learn more about Wagner Leadership at http://becomebetterleaders.com/.
 

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