Ken Clark | Building Organizational Resilience Through Gratitude

Ken Clark is a serial entrepreneur, passionate storyteller, and the Founder and CEO of Chenal Family Therapy, a paradigm shifting mental health practice in Little Rock, Arkansas. Since its foundation, Chenal Family Therapy has been awarded the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies Award twice, as well as the Arkansas Business of the Year Award.

With over 30 years of experience in the business world, Ken has established himself as a sought-after expert on a variety of topics, from financial planning to mental health. Ken is also a successful keynote speaker and the author of seven books, which focus on psychology and personal finance.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Ken Clark talks about why he chose to move from California to Arkansas to open his counseling practice
  • How Ken’s practice, Chenal Family Therapy, has sustained consistent growth for 10 years
  • Ken discusses the importance of having an open-hearted culture in work and in life
  • How Ken manages an organization that has 15 different locations
  • What are the top characteristics Ken looks for in his employees?
  • How to avoid personal and corporate burnout
  • Ken Clark’s mission statement: to generate gratitude in each and every interaction, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • How gratitude can positively impact your business and lower your stress levels

In this episode…

Do you ever feel anxious, stressed, or unheard at work? Is this holding you back from achieving success or growth? What if writing simple thank you notes could transform that stressful mindset into a mindful and productive one?

When businessman Ken Clark started practicing gratitude, his life changed. He was able to release his own stress and cultivate a company culture of open-heartedness, honest communication, and respect.

In this episode of the Succeed Under Stress podcast, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz interviews Ken Clark, Founder and CEO of Chenal Family Therapy, about the practical strategies he uses to implement gratitude into every interaction he has. They discuss how to be vulnerable in the workplace, how to avoid personal and professional burnout, and why practicing gratitude is more important than ever. You don’t want to miss this!

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