207: Interview With My Dad: Control What You Can

by | Aug 4, 2021

In this episode, Mike is joined by his father, Martin Millner, who recently went through open heart surgery and tells his story of what that experience was like and the mindset that was required to get through it. This applies to every area of life and is something that all of us can benefit from.
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