1 hr 16 min

Jonny Boucher Anthologies of Hope

    • Mental Health

This week's guest is Jonny Boucher, founder and CEO of Hope for the Day. If you’ve been listening all season long, and caught Joel Frieders’s episode to launch the season back in October, you already know the charisma & energy that Jonny brings to any conversation. So I was super excited to capture some of that for all our listeners.

You will hear just how much music is a part of Jonny’s life, how that has inspired him since his youth, became his passion in young adulthood, and still is a beating part of his heart today. We cover some of the trials and tribulations of both of us growing up through the Columbia House and BMG CD era and the status game of how big your CASELOGIC compact disc cases were.

We dive into much more than just the elevator pitch of how HFTD started, where Jonny was when he received the news that would pivot his outlook on life and purpose, as well as what he has planned for 2020 both personally and within the HFTD mission. This is one conversation that I had a planned set of questions for, but at the same time, feels like we didn’t talk about them at all, but yet still ended up answering them perfectly. If you know Jonny, you will come to know, that is often how most conversations with him go.

I hope you enjoy the conversation with Jonny as much as I did and as much as it meant to me to sit across the table from him. If there’s anything else you want to know about Jonny, you can check out Jonny's guest page for more details.

This week's guest is Jonny Boucher, founder and CEO of Hope for the Day. If you’ve been listening all season long, and caught Joel Frieders’s episode to launch the season back in October, you already know the charisma & energy that Jonny brings to any conversation. So I was super excited to capture some of that for all our listeners.

You will hear just how much music is a part of Jonny’s life, how that has inspired him since his youth, became his passion in young adulthood, and still is a beating part of his heart today. We cover some of the trials and tribulations of both of us growing up through the Columbia House and BMG CD era and the status game of how big your CASELOGIC compact disc cases were.

We dive into much more than just the elevator pitch of how HFTD started, where Jonny was when he received the news that would pivot his outlook on life and purpose, as well as what he has planned for 2020 both personally and within the HFTD mission. This is one conversation that I had a planned set of questions for, but at the same time, feels like we didn’t talk about them at all, but yet still ended up answering them perfectly. If you know Jonny, you will come to know, that is often how most conversations with him go.

I hope you enjoy the conversation with Jonny as much as I did and as much as it meant to me to sit across the table from him. If there’s anything else you want to know about Jonny, you can check out Jonny's guest page for more details.

1 hr 16 min

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