Ken Druck

  • Dr. Ken Druck is one of the nation’s leading experts in resilience and educators on how to overcome life’s challenges. His work helping others effectively turn adversity into opportunity has made him one of the worlds most sought after speakers, coaches and consultants. By summoning the strength, clarity, self-compassion and integrity to move through life’s challenges with grace and joy, Dr. Ken teaches us how to be the higher, better version of ourselves. Read more about Dr. Ken Druck.

    Recent Posts

    • February 10, 2015

      Protecting Your Heart: Balancing Control with Surrender

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      There are many things in our lives over which we have no control. We can try to protect ourselves all day long, but in the end we are still powerless to prevent the setbacks we all suffer as a part of life. So we must learn to surrender to that which is bigger than us. […]

    • January 16, 2015

      Finding Strength in Humility

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      Years ago, I was giving a speech at a conference in Iowa when a middle-aged farmer told me a story I have never forgotten. This man had raised his son to be a real man’s man. In his day it was all about being tough and strong; showing emotion was something that only sissies did. […]

    • December 30, 2014

      Mastering The Art of Gracious Receivership

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      I recently struggled with the idea that I could not absorb any more of my 92-year old mother’s love, which got me thinking about how, sometimes, we have to learn how to receive, especially at a time of year when we’re so focused on giving. I’m happy to share my thoughts on “Mastering The Art […]

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