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The Marriage Boss - Weekly Interviews with Today's Most Intriguing Entrepreneurial Personalities


The Marriage BOSS podcast brings you ENERGY and IDEAS to build a marriage and business that matters. Host Rick Gabrielly explores the connection between our work lives and our relationships. In conversations with today’s most intriguing personalities, each episode is filled with the hottest insights, tips and action steps to put you back in charge of your money and your marriage.

Sep 6, 2015

Join "The Marriage BOSS" Rick Gabrielly and his special guest Sasha Joseph Neulinger as they discuss finding the courage to move past seemingly insurmountable obstacles in life and "Rewind To Fast Forward."

Sasha Joseph Neulinger (B.F.A in Film Production at Montana State University) is the co-founder and Head of Production at Step 1 Films. He has worked behind the scenes on National Geographic's award winning series, "America, The Wild" as a post production assistant. At Step 1 Films, he has produced, directed, and edited multiple commercial videos for various corporate clients nationally.

He is currently directing his first feature length documentary, "Rewind To Fast-Forward," an autobiographical film about his life surviving multigenerational child sexual abuse. In April 2014, Sasha launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for his film, and in doing so became the 6th most backed documentary in Kickstarter history, raising over $176,000 from the support of 4,395 supporters.

In October 2014, Sasha directed an Emmy Award Winning Film crew in Philadelphia, and completed principal photography for Rewind To Fast-Forward during a three week film shoot. While raising the remaining funds needed to complete his film, and directing the post-production team, Sasha also travels nationally as a public speaker, advocating for reforms in child advocacy and child abuse prevention.

On March 27th, 2015, Sasha presented at TEDxBozeman. His presentation was titled "Trauma Is Irreversible. How It Shapes Us Is Our Choice." Since it was released to the public on May 20th, 2015, Sasha's TEDx Talk has been viewed nearly 60,000 times to date, reaching survivors internationally.

You can find out more about Sasha's message and support his work here. 

 
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