See the World and Then Go Home

Feb 9, 2015 | Life Coaching Blogs

“Learn the reality from those who live the reality.”

Mary Wright was transformed by the political demonstrations she experienced on her college campus in the late ’60s. She saw firsthand how media reports and political statements didn’t match up with what she witnessed. And ever since then she has been traveling the world seeking to understand how others live, not only in poverty, but in political oppression. What gives her joy is seeing how others focus on what they do have and sharing it with others. It continuously inspires her in her career and daily attitude.

Hear about her many adventures in our interview and why she says it is crucial to have brilliance, not buts; results, not reasons.

This early episode has been deleted, and you can listen to the latest episodes of the Hot Mess Hotline instead.

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