There is value in your struggles. But also part of working through your struggles is the ability to ask for help and find a community that has the capacity to support you. On today’s episode, Duane speaks with Dane Ensley, the founder of Reconstruction Unlimited, a mental health coaching agency that designs therapeutic ecosystems for clients. Dane has worked as a coach for the world’s leading interventionists and has traveled the world working with a broad spectrum of clients. 

Dane’s encouraging attitude, patience, and understanding allowed him to carve a very distinct path in the wellness industry. His core belief is that good things can be born from struggle. He also believes that everything good that has ever happened to him was a direct result of him helping someone else. Hear more of Dane’s own recovery story and how we can turn our struggles into positive change. 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • The man box that we’re taught as men
  • Finding value in the struggles
  • Seeking out healthy challenges to grow from
  • The importance of solitude
  • Finding your community
  • Developing the muscle to ask for help

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Reconstruction Unlimited 

Instagram: @reconstructionunlimited and @daneensley

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