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Nov 29, 2023

In this week's episode, we learn the story of Brett Horn. Brett lost his 2-year-old son Charlie when he was crushed by a dresser that tipped over and fell on him. Brett turned his grief into something positive. He has successfully advocated for legislation requiring furniture to meet tip-over standards. He was also instrumental in creating Charlie's House, a full-scale demonstration safety house. Brett did not want other parents to experience his loss from tip-over accidents. This a great episode of overcoming grief and being persistent to reach your goals.

Key Takeaways

- Persistence is the necessary ingredient in getting things done.

- We all have different strengths and weaknesses. In arriving at a solution, draw from your and others' strengths. 

- Don't let the pursuit of perfection get in the way of progress. 

- With regard to the loss of a child, time does not heal all wounds. Time provides an opportunity to deal with those wounds.

- In coping with loss, find your way to deal with the loss, not how others think you should deal with the loss. 

- In overcoming adversity, take it one day at a time. Set goals. 

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