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Matthew D. Hirschberg is a motivational speaker, best-selling author, and expert in the art of sales and persuasion that enjoys sharing his life story and the lessons he has learned along the way. He is a proud member of Speakers for Change, where his audiences have included business and professional settings, as well as detention centers, recovery facilities, schools, and churches. Matt’s extraordinary journey serves as proof that any obstacle in life can be overcome. From dropping out of high school to a life of crime and drugs, to a four-year stint in a federal prison, to his battle with obesity, he has overcome so much and inspired countless others along the way.

Today, Matt is blessed with a career that allows him to help people live mo
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Turning the Compass to End the Stigma of Addiction

Since addiction has been classified as a disease, there has been a huge push to end the stigma associated with substance use disorder. Communities are finally starting to realize that this disease doesn’t discriminate against any socioeconomic boundary, race, or religion. In fact according to the 2015 National Drug Threat Assessment (NDTA), drug overdose deaths have become the leading cause of inj Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 16, 2016 08:40 Tags: addiction, change, ndta, recovery, stigma
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“You must take personal responsibility for your current position in life. Regardless of how you arrived there, you need to take ownership of your life and decide that if you want something different, it's up to you and only you to make it happen.”
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“You must take personal responsibility for your current position in life. Regardless of how you arrived there, you need to take ownership of your life and decide that if you want something different, it's up to you and only you to make it happen.”
Matthew D Hirschberg




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