Episode 24: Matt Kozar, The Soul’s Journey

I’m thrilled to introduce you to my guest, Matt Kozar. Matt is a former journalist who worked all across the country, including New York City. He’s an Emmy-award winner – and was nominated for Emmy’s another nine times.

In 2010, Matt’s brother was killed in a drunk driving crash when a man with a blood alcohol level far exceeding the legal limit… ran into him and a friend.

After that – Matt has become a voice against drunk driving.

And now – he is out with a book offering another voice – one of hope and positivity. His debut novel is called “Angels on the Bridge.” It’s a fictional book, inspired by his brother’s story. In it, he tells the story of a character killed in a drunk driving crash. In this story, the main character is then asked to be a guardian angel – or spirit guide for the man who killed him. This story is one of forgiveness, inspiration and the soul’s journey.

I talked to Matt about his brother’s death, “Angels on the Bridge” and the parallels between the two.

This is not an episode you want to miss. You can listen to it by pressing play at the top of this article – or on iTunes, Google Play or online.

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