Help Your Employees Overcome Professional and Personal Challenges with Advice from a Recovering Addict

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Help Your Employees Overcome Professional and Personal Challenges with Advice from a Recovering Addict

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Hi,

Per Wickstrom would love the opportunity to write a guest article for
lists.debian.org. Per struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for
decades. In 2000 with the help of a rehab program he began his path to
overcoming addiction and has been in recovery ever since.

While working at a car dealership In the early days of his recovery, Per
just couldn’t shake the feeling that he should be doing more with his
life. So, he followed his passion for helping others and developed his
own drug rehab program.

Today, in addition to inspiring others to follow a path to recovery, Per
helps entrepreneurs, business leaders, and employees by offering insight
and advice on how to find success despite the obstacles and hardships
that might pop up in their professional and personal lives.

He’d love the opportunity to share what he’s learned about being
successful in life and in business with others who may be experiencing
struggles similar to his own. He can provide advice on managing stress,
achieving personal and professional goals, becoming a valuable member of
any organization, helping employees become their best selves, and more.

If you’re interested in receiving a guest article from Per, please let
me know. He would be very grateful to have the opportunity to share his
story and advice with your readers.

Sincerely,
Christina Pollard
[hidden email]
www.perwickstrom.com

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Follow Up: Help Your Employees Overcome Professional and Personal Challenges with Advice from a Recovering Addict

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Hi again,

I reached out to you recently on behalf of Per Wickstrom and just wanted
to follow up with a quick note.

Per battled addiction for years and has been in recovery since 2000.
Unsatisfied with his job at a car dealership, Per followed his passion
for helping others and developed his own drug rehab program.

Today, Per helps entrepreneurs, business leaders, and employees by
offering insight and advice on how to find success despite the obstacles
and hardships that might pop up in their professional and personal
lives.

If you’re interested, he’d love to write a guest article for
lists.debian.org. He can provide advice on managing stress, achieving
personal and professional goals, becoming a valuable member of any
organization, helping employees become their best selves, and more. The
article will be free of charge and unique to your site.

Please let me know what you think.

Thank you,
Christina Pollard
[hidden email]
www.perwickstrom.com

On 2016-06-14 22:46, [hidden email] wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Per Wickstrom would love the opportunity to write a guest article for
> lists.debian.org. Per struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for
> decades. In 2000 with the help of a rehab program he began his path to
> overcoming addiction and has been in recovery ever since.
>
> While working at a car dealership In the early days of his recovery,
> Per just couldn’t shake the feeling that he should be doing more with
> his life. So, he followed his passion for helping others and developed
> his own drug rehab program.
>
> Today, in addition to inspiring others to follow a path to recovery,
> Per helps entrepreneurs, business leaders, and employees by offering
> insight and advice on how to find success despite the obstacles and
> hardships that might pop up in their professional and personal lives.
>
> He’d love the opportunity to share what he’s learned about being
> successful in life and in business with others who may be experiencing
> struggles similar to his own. He can provide advice on managing
> stress, achieving personal and professional goals, becoming a valuable
> member of any organization, helping employees become their best
> selves, and more.
>
> If you’re interested in receiving a guest article from Per, please let
> me know. He would be very grateful to have the opportunity to share
> his story and advice with your readers.
>
> Sincerely,
> Christina Pollard
> [hidden email]
> www.perwickstrom.com