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Losing His Voice Led Him to Helping Others Strengthen Theirs
"There are lots of ways to lose your voice in this world." These words
were spoken by Kevin Hancock, an award-winning author, public speaker,
and CEO of Hancock Lumber, one of Americas oldest and most prestigious
family businesses. In 2010, Kevin developed a voice disorder called
spasmodic dysphonia. As his speaking voice became quiet, the voice of
his soul became louder. This new voice urged him to connect with the
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, where he became intimately acquainted
with the Native American inhabitants. What happened next, was a deep
relationship with a community silenced by injustice. This caused Kevin
to evolve a new voice that changed his life and his style of leadership
forever. "Strengthen the voices of others; practice restraint; learn the
ways of shared leadership through nature; take care of your employees;
work should enhance the evolution of the soul." Kevin shares these
principles and more in this interview.