Feb 27, 2018
Have you ever tried to make a New Year's resolution or a life change but needed a way to hold yourself accountable? Having a tool to help you stay on track can be a huge advantage and Paul Churchill discovered just that.
Paul moved to Granada, Spain where he purchased a bar. Over the next three years he became dependent on alcohol. Hoping to curtail the drinking with a geographical cure, he walked away from the bar in 2009 but continued to drink for the next five years.
In 2015 Paul launched the Recovery Elevator Podcast and used it as an accountability tool to keep him sober. Today, it's been over three years since he has had his last drink alcohol. His podcast has become extremely successful surpassing one million downloads from all over the world.
To learn more about what Paul does and how to quit drinking your way, check out the Recovery Elevator website. "You can't do this alone."
Be sure to check out the upcoming retreats Evryman is hosting. Find more information at the website!
00:00 Introduction and Evryman retreat info
04:01 Paul and Dan's conversation
01:16:41 Outro and Evryman retreat info