After going through some intense medical trauma growing up, MJ Fitzpatrick became fascinated by resilience. After a brief stint in medical school, he decided to dedicate his life to teaching that skill. He now consults on emotional intelligence as a competitive advantage at his own company. He works with business owners, startups, universities and charities and high achievers on how to leverage strategic thinking, creativity, resilience and communication to run a better business and build better lives.

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A key belief that MJ feels made him more successful is: The work I do is an extension of what I am. As a legacy, MJ wants self-awareness and self-fulfillment to be taught in every school. Click here to listen to more of JV Crum III interviewing MJ on the Conscious Millionaire Show.

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