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Overcoming Adversity, Abusive Relationships, and More With Bill Murphy




 

By Dr. Tomi Mitchell


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In this podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Bill Murphy.

 

About Our Guest:


Growing up in a toxic and abusive home environment, Bill Murphy was constantly overwhelmed by fear and doubt. Nevertheless, he was motivated to show those around him that he could accomplish what he set out to do, in spite of being

verbally and physically knocked down.


Bill believes that when the storm hits, you have three choices: give up and become a victim; do what you can to survive; or learn to thrive. You don’t need to have exceptional talents or resources to overcome adversity, be resilient, and achieve

extraordinary goals. You are capable of more than you realize. You can learn to thrive. Bill Murphy is proof. Bill will be the first to tell you he is nothing special, but he’s been

able to overcome an abusive childhood, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), mental health challenges, and unexpected crises to finish an Ironman, earn a black belt in Krav Maga, and run the Boston Marathon five times—including one on crutches. He’s a regular guy who is now thriving at the top of his profession, too.


Through his debut release, Thriving in the Storm, he seeks to explain how anyone can achieve similar success. Outside of writing, Bill is also a nationally recognized mortgage originator who has closed over one and a half billion dollars in loans, and a top producer for 25 years. He has raised over $500,000 for the Make-A-Wish-Foundation, and actively supports a number of charities, including Fairway Cares, The

American Warrior Initiative, and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. He is the founder of the nonprofit Thrive Foundation.

 

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Dr. Tomi Mitchell


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