Beyond the Game: How Educators Influence Personal Growth and Healing, Insights from Former NFL Star Caleb Campbell

February 1, 2024
Kevin Dougherty


Kevin Dougherty and Caleb Campbell, The Founder and Keynote Speaker – Well-Being, Belonging and Mental Health at COR Consulting, Former NFL Linebacker and West Point graduate engage in a heartfelt discussion on “Just Thinking,” sharing Campbell’s transition from NFL stardom to a life centered on self-discovery and healing. This episode highlights the crucial role of self-compassion and the impact of educators on our journeys, offering profound insights into navigating personal growth and the quest for a fulfilling life.

Campbell’s narrative is a compelling testament to the power of introspection and the importance of facing one’s inner struggles. His experiences provide valuable guidance for those on their path to self-understanding and highlight the transformative potential of embracing one’s true self.

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