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Curtis Campogni has always been passionate about the impact of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and the power of empathic communication. Throughout his professional journey, he witnessed the transformative potential of MI techniques in various industries and settings. Curtis recognized the need for a company that could bring together the principles of MI with real-life, practical experiences; thus, Speak for Motivating Change (Speak4MC) was born. ​ Curtis brings years of experience in public speaking, persuasion, and interpersonal training. He has led programs funded by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and Department of Labor, overseeing non-profits providing clients employment, training, education, and mentoring. Curtis has experience assisting demographics of all ages and backgrounds, learning invaluable lessons about change and leadership as he rose from group home worker to Area Manager, Florida Transition Director, and now, founder of Speak4MC. These experiences have made him a highly sought-after leader who works with customers nationwide to inspire and maintain positive change. ​ Curtis believes everyone has a unique story to tell and is committed to helping individuals and organizations maximize their strengths while improving areas for growth. Any person, organization, and community can grow, and Curtis is dedicated to ensuring that the path toward positive change is successful.
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For mental health awareness month, we must reflect on our commitment to self-care and the burdens we carry every day. 😓 Carrying unresolved trauma, wrongdoings, anger, or pain can prevent us from taking on new changes, causing our cups to overflow in ways detrimental to our short and long-term mental health. Here are three easy things to do when holding on to a grudge or burden and experiencing emotional fatigue. 1 – Talk to someone objective. Find someone with no emotional investment in the outcome who is empathetic and understands how to listen actively. 1️⃣ 2 – Take advantage of mental health resources such as your company’s EAP program and/or learn about your therapeutic options through your insurance. 2️⃣ 3 – Set aside time each day to prioritize your needs. The world needs you, but it deserves the best version of you. You can’t be that if you are drained, resentful, or emotionally exhausted. 3️⃣ Listen to the entire Prevent Child Abuse Florida Podcast here. 👇 Visit Speak4MC at Subscribe to the #Speak4MC YouTube channel here. 👇 #holdingontohope #thelongeryouholdontheheavieritgets #embracenewchallenges #change #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #dontletfearofchangestopyou #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalwellness #mentalhealthsupport #MentalHealthMonth #rethinkyourperspective
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