In today’s episode, we are re-airing an episode initially recorded for the Athlete CEO Podcast with Athlete Wealth Management. This original conversation between Andy and Erik aired in 2021. Their pertinent discussion remains relevant today, and we invite you to experience this original recording on the Pursue Whole Podcast.
Original episode recap (provided by Athlete CEO Podcast):
It’s often said, “it’s lonely at the top.”
As venture capitalists, business executives, and professional athletes at the highest level, there can often be a mentality that you should focus on performing and avoid feelings of burnout, toxic stress, or loneliness. However, we’ve all seen examples of – or felt ourselves – this mentality not being sustainable over the long term.
In this episode of the Athlete CEO, Erik is joined by Andy Maurer, a previously licensed therapist and current emotional wellness coach specializing in leadership, trauma, and emotional health. Andy utilizes cutting-edge clinical research paired with therapeutic best practices and strategies to help high-performance leaders – including CEOs, founders, and entrepreneurs – operate at a higher caliber and in healthy and sustainable ways.
Erik and Andy discuss pursuing wholeness and avoiding fragmentation while leading and give practical steps to starting work on your inner game.
Link to additional episodes mentioned in this recording:
- Original AWM posting
- Episode 8 – How to Cultivate Wealth to Maximize Your Impact
- Episode 38 – Erik Averill: Relational Barriers and Finding Growth Amidst Adversity
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