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#013: Doing Business Without Compromising Health with Dr. Jerome Lubbe

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Did Benj just find his System and Soulmate? This week, we talk with Dr. Jerome Lubbe, an expert in shifting from health care to human care, and a man with a bio so fascinating you have to hear it for yourself.
This week Benj Miller and Dr. Jerome talk about what it really means to be taken care of, how business leaders can effectively take care of the people they serve in a way that builds healthy culture, and how to do all this without compromising self-care and family life. This is certainly a conversation for the books!
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References:
DrJerome.com
The Brain-Bases Enneagram by Dr. Jerome Lubbe