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“No amount of thought will ever result in any greater formulation then these three words, ‘Love one another,’ so long as it is love to the end and without exceptions.” – Mother Maria of Paris

With a contagious enthusiasm for leadership and innovation and passion for entrepreneurship, Father Justin Mathews joins Dr. Michelle Robin in this week’s Small Changes Big Shifts podcast episode.

Fr. Justin is a Kansas City native with 20 years experience developing and executing successful strategies for social, mission-driven for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.

Father Justin Mathews serves as the Executive Director of Reconciliation Services [RS], a growing nonprofit located at 31st and Troost, the historic racial and economic dividing line of Kansas City, MO. The mission of RS is to “cultivate a community seeking reconciliation to transform Troost from a dividing line into a gathering place, and reveal the strength of all.”

Join Dr. Michelle and Fr. Justin as they talk about:

  • Why he changed his life’s purpose from the music industry to combine faith, business and philanthropy.
  • About Thelma’s Kitchen’s mission plus the delivery service they’re providing during COVID-19.
  • Their plan to launch Thelma’s Kitchen Box Lunch in August 2020.
  • What reconciliation means to him and how we can apply it to our lives.
  • Their top tips to reconnect with other people to recharge their batteries during COVID-19.

Learn new tools to add to your wellness toolbox including:

  • How to guide our inner soul during 2020.
  • Self-care practices to come back into balance with himself including movement.
  • The importance to connect with other people and being intentional of our proximity to them.
  • Being aware of our thoughts and how they impact our actions and attitude.
  • Learning to be okay with solitude and enjoy it as a gift.
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