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Eating Crow

Episode 54: Michael McGreevy

Season 3, Ep. 54

Michael McGreevy is a renaissance man.

He could build you a house, while most men can't change a light bulb.

He can also help you find your calling, because he found his.

Michael fell into coaching - helping others become the best version of themselves.

His story is compelling.

His message is important.

He's also 100% what you see is what you get.

Michael did the hard stuff, he ate some crow.

He also took a chance and it paid off.

Follow this man, he's one of the good guys.

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