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Check Out Cam Williamson’s Story

Today we’d like to introduce you to Cam Williamson. Them and their team share their story with us below:

Cam Williamson is the founder of the #Shatterit Movement & host of The Road 2 Redemption Podcast. Cam was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio where he left in 2010 to peruse the military after a difficult upbringing. Cam ended his U.S. Army career in 2018 after a trying deployment to Guantanamo Bay. The Shatter it Movement / R2R Podcast was started circa 2016 after Cam fought for his life in a 10 year alcoholism/mental health battle.

In October of 2016, Cam walked out of his terrible situation and made a promise that he would SHATTER the labels & stigmas surrounding, Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Now, with years of sobriety under his belt and the tools that were used to achieve it, it’s time to keep that promise! Cam is an influential Internet personality sharing his stories and life lessons for anyone hurting and searching!

Cam is now happily married to his wife Nicole and has two amazing daughters who are the foundation of his “why”. Join the movement today to start SHATTERING the labels and stigmas of the past!

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
Absolutely not. I have overcome alcohol addiction, 8 years of military service and the tragedies of the life experience. It makes us who we are.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
I am a content creator and Youtuber. My passion is creating content to raise awareness for mental health. I specialize in video creation and podcasting. I host The Road 2 Redemption Podcast where I share my life lessons with my listeners each week in hopes to keep others from suffering the same in life. What sets me apart is while we aren’t opposed to business relationships, they will never overshadow the message of authenticity and trust that I have built with my supporters.

Any advice for finding a mentor or networking in general?
A mentor is not for everyone. Everyone thinks that they need a mentor but we have the internet. You can have 1,000 mentors and they can all be the top people in their industry without ever meeting them. If you need help, the answers are out there, if you want someone to take the journey with you… that’s different.

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