The Best Thing Podcast with Jim Nussle from Credit Union National Association CUNA

Episode 17 – Jim Nussle

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In this episode of The Best Thing, Antonio Neves talks to former U.S. Congressman and the President/CEO of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), Jim Nussle.

In this powerful conversation, Jim shares the “best thing” to happen to him that would never appear on a resume, bio or come up in conversation. Jim talks about how having a child with Down syndrome has shaped his life and perspective.

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Quick Episode Summary

  • Jim Nussle Introduction
  • Jim’s secret to connecting to people
  • The importance of serving
  • The best thing that has happened to Jim
  • Raising a child with Down syndrome
  • Lesson’s from Sarah
  • The process of learning empathy
  • You can’t separate yourself from the journey
  • How Jim processes loss
  • Be willing to ask for help
  • How Jim ensures the best is yet to come

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