Enidio Magel returns in this episode to complete his story and share the insight he’s learned. One of the most pivotal moments of his life came when his 12-year-old daughter passed away unexpectedly from a brain aneurysm. Confronted with the harsh realization of mortality, Enidio and his wife discover new meaning together.

As an international diversity, equity, and inclusion coach, Enidio shares why those aren’t just buzzwords, and that feeling accepted and welcomed in our communities is core to who we are as humans. Embracing our uniqueness as individuals and connecting with others through that uniqueness is at the heart of diversity.

Consider your own uniqueness and living life fully as you listen to this second part of Greg and Enidio’s conversation.

If you are interested in learning more about brain aneurysms, or to donate to their cause, see the organization that Enidio and his wife started, available here.

Key Takeaways

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion aren’t just fancy words for academics or corporate meetings. Being accepted and welcomed by our peers is central to being human.
  • Embrace your uniqueness and learn to accept others for theirs. We are all given ingredients from God, we need to discover what those are and share them with the world.
  • Life comes with all sorts of surprises and challenges. Some of those are devastating, such as the loss of a loved one. It is possible to turn those experiences into blessings, both for yourself and for others.

About Enidio

Enidio Magel is founder and managing director of Multi-Cultural Institute, with extensive focus and experience on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for corporate, non for profit, law enforcement, health care and sports and entertainment. He is an executive and personal coach utilizing the principles of spiritual psychology and cross-cultural psychology in his practice. He holds an advanced degree in psychology.


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