28 Feb Blake Bourque: How He Overcame the Pain of Losing His Twin Daughters
Episode 49: Blake Bourque
This week on the show, Blake Bourque joins me to share his healing journey after losing his twin daughters, I review Getting Naked by Patrick Lencioni and my thoughts on finding the right support for your business.
Blake and I discuss:
- The intense pain of losing his twin daughters
- Saving his marriage in the years afterwards
- How he stays connected with his French roots in Louisiana
- Overcoming his dependance to pain pills
More about Blake
A few headlines from Blake’s life
- Went from College football player to Broken Athlete
- Was a millionaire at 22 then went bankrupt on his 25th birthday
- Was CEO of a 150 employee company that did $33 million in turn over in 3 years then lost it all because of a change in Government regulations
- Hosts the Bourque and Beans podcast
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