Joe Hirsch hosts I Wish They Knew, a podcast where business and educational leaders share a big idea they wish others knew more about.
These short-form conversations cover everything from building trust and inclusion in the workplace to managing adversity and new technologies. Joe interviews some of the biggest names across a wide range of industries, starting with a simple question:
“What do you wish others knew?”
New episodes air each Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts.
BIG IDEAS. BIG NAMES. BIG PLACES.
Second in a four-part series on mental health and wellbeing.
Today’s wish comes from Joseph Gorordo. In this episode, he explores how doing disciplined “inner work” – identifying cracks, asking for help and turning personal weaknesses into strengths — allows others to recover the best part of themselves. Joseph shares the unique approach of Recovery Unplugged and lessons other organizations can apply in their own industries.
Joseph is VP of Business Development for Recovery Unplugged, a national addiction treatment organization that integrates music into every aspect of its care. He’s a member of the Texas state board of Addiction Professionals and is the father of three.