Ep. 30 – Replacing Fear with Compassion w/Shawn Jeffers

by | Jun 1, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

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Learn about the skills it takes to run a non-profit by listening to Shawn Jeffers’ story of hardship, fulfillment, and success. Shawn gives valuable tips on properly setting your identity, and how he was able to overcome the fear of working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. If Shawn’s career journey inspires you, please consider donating to Little City.

“The more I give, the more it comes back to me in ways I could never, ever payback…I have had to overcome the belief that I could do [non-profit work] alone or the belief that it was about me…it has very little to do with me.” -Shawn Jeffers

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