Podcast: How a House Fire and Burned Body Led to Profound Resilience

Don Keller and Betsy Keyes embody the definition of “resilience.” In 2010, a Denver house fire that destroyed their home also burned Don over 40 percent of his body. Working together, they came to a new understanding of resilience that transformed them and inspires others. This is their story.

Don Keller and Betsy Keyes of ProfoundResilience.com

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM DON AND BETSY’S INTERVIEW:

  • How Don was inspired to mirror Betsy’s courage for his recovery
  • The concept of selfishness
  • What it’s like when you have no say and no control
  • How they learned to accept help from others
  • Why listeners think about their OWN story of resilience
  • The importance of helping other burn patients and survivors
  • Emotional loss vs damage to the body
  • Discovering that relationships matter, reshaping fear and making meaningful change
  • Why this experience was the greatest gift of their lives

ABOUT DON AND BETSY

Don Keller and Betsy Keyes have decades of leadership experience working in Fortune 100 companies. They are speakers, professional coaches, consultants and founders of ProfoundResilience™. They now share their experience in workshops throughout the U.S. to help people connect and organizations thrive. Reach them at ProfoundResilience.com

Comments

  1. We are all inspired by the heartfelt work you do Laura – we are fortunate to know you. Thank you for allowing Betsy and me to share our story of resilience with your audience.

    • You are most welcome! I have heard from a number of people that your story was a huge inspiration to them. Thank you for being willing to share your experience and insights into the work you do. You offer a very valuable service and I hope this podcast will bring more readers and listeners your way!