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Tackling Tough Issues for Entrepreneurs with Josh Cary Josh Cary spent 40 years in hiding. He says he hid every aspect of himself, showing up with a mask on in all areas of life trying to gain the approval of everyone else. At 19, he changed his name and entered what would become a 15-year career as a professional actor and filmmaker. But the applause and external accolades didn't completely heal his feelings of anxiety and insecurities and he found himself more isolated than ever. Fast forward to today, and Josh helps his clients unmask themselves by leading them through poignant, important, and direct questions… resulting in a profound and honest experience that reveals aspects, desires, and philosophies within them that have been dormant for years. Josh also hosts the podcast, The Hidden Entrepreneur Show, where he sits with entrepreneurs, creatives, and small businesses owners who were also once in the darkest of places. In other words, he helps them understand and share their story. “We’re all so amazingly awkward, it’s not even funny… You are not a perfect specimen. But you are.” - Josh Cary on authenticity and story