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In this episode, you’ll meet a women who says the prison system feels like home.
She’s not a felon and she’s never been convicted, instead the brilliant Dr Ashley Hampton spent time helping inmates create a new life for themselves.
It’s a fascinating story…
As a psychologist, Ashley loves to connect through people through their stories – and as she shares some of her own, she reveals that we’re not all that different. In fact, very often it’s our choices that separate us and not our backgrounds or life experiences.
Challenge that us v them mindset, and it’s possible to feel a connection with virtually anyone – even if your lives seem like worlds apart.
That’s how you get a goal. You start small, and you move forward, and you make those steps along the way. You have to start somewhere.
In this episode you’ll hear about the powerful difference we can all make to help each other rise up.
You’ll hear how Ashley gives hope to people who believe that, “everything has been stacked against me” and there’s no way out.
You’ll hear how tiny, tiny steps quickly grow into a stairwell that can pull you out from the darkest depths into a life that makes you happy and fulfilled.
Ashley is an inspiration and in my opinion part of the solution to some of the big problems we face in today’s society. If we all had access to the resources, support, and encouragement to create a life we love, how different would the world be?
So grab your coffee, come closer and treat yourself to a dose of wonderful from an incredible woman who touches lives everywhere she goes.
I give you the extraordinary, Dr Ashley Hampton…
If you don’t have to struggle for basic resources like food, clothing, rent, and transportation and you can work regular hours for decent pay and spend time with your family, I think you then don’t go looking for trouble.