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Live the Best Version of You

Success Made to Last- Live the Best Version of YOU.


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Our primary focus is to help you live the best version of YOU. Every guest will mentor you. Our dream is to create a nation of mentors that pass wisdom along creating stronger individuals and communities around the world.

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PRODUCER, RECORDING ARTIST AND MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER DAVID RUSH IS A BUSY GUY, HAVING WORKED ON PROJECTS WITH PITBULL AND EVEN TOURING WITH HIM AS HIS OPENING ACT. BUT HE'S ALSO WORKING TO EDUCATE PEOPLE ABOUT A POTENTIALLY SERIOUS MEDICAL CONDITION THAT CAUSED HIM TO GO INTO KIDNEY FAILURE WHEN HE WAS JUST IN HIGH SCHOOL. RUSH JOINS US NOW TO TALK ABOUT HIS CAREER, WHAT IT'S LIKE LIVING WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND THE GAPS IN CARE IN THE BLACK AND MINORITY COMMUNITIES. JOINING HIM IS NEPHROLOGIST, DR JESSICA COLEMAN. DAVID RUSH: CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST NEWS SURROUNDING YOUR MUSIC CAREER? CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE OR CKD FOR SHORT? DAVID RUSH: WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY INVOLVED IN REGARDING EDUCATING PEOPLE ABOUT CKD? DR. COLEMAN: WHAT CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE IMPACT OF CKD - ESPECIALLY AMONG BLACK AMERICANS? DR. COLEMAN: WHAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES SURROUNDING CKD YOU'D LIKE PEOPLE TO KNOW ABOUT? Bio: David is a producer, recording artist and longtime CKD Patient. Fourteen years into his chronic kidney disease (CKD) journey—David, now a father of two is also a motivational speaker and active advocate for kidney health, sharing with others how he is living his life to the fullest despite his long battle with kidney failure. David was diagnosed with late stage 3 kidney failure at 24 years old and began dialysis in March 2007. He had a kidney transplant, which was graciously donated by his own brother. David hopes to inspire others by sharing his journey and has recently joined forces with AstraZeneca's. Dr. Coleman is a private practice nephrologist based in the Low Country of Georgia and South Carolina, in the Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Savannah areas.

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Success Made to Last Mentoring Monday with Lori Berry. Lori will talk about the 4 R's: 1. Reflect on emotions 2. Rehabilitate from bad habits 3. Reconnect relationships 4. Repeat what we're grateful for Lori Berry Lori has been married... more

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