In this week’s episode of Dare to Care in the Workplace, Kathleen has a conversation with Gary Cooper, the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Success Paradox. They discuss how to find happiness during difficult times. Gary shares his remarkable story of overcoming obstacles while creating a thriving business in healthcare. Tune in to hear Gary’s perspective on connecting with your core values, being resilient in the face of challenges, and staying focused on what truly matters. Discover how developing inner strength and self-care can help you better care for others. This interview will leave you feeling inspired to bring more joy into your work and life, even during tough times. Don’t miss out on these empowering insights into finding fulfillment regardless of life’s challenges.
About Gary Cooper: Gary is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of Palmetto Infusion Services, LLC. Gary graduated from Wofford College with a BS in Economics and went on to acquire his Masters of Health Care Administration from the University of South Carolina. He has dedicated twenty-four years of service and leadership to the health care industry as an entrepreneur across a number of different businesses. Gary’s commitment to the industry and servant leadership has ensured that the employees, patients, and communities served by his companies have benefitted from his stewardship.
Gary’s business philosophy has created the foundation for the success of Palmetto Infusion, which will be further enhanced with its new partner, Carousel Capital. The partnership will bring sophisticated human and financial capital to the table, creating an enviable combination of resources for employees, patients, and the company.
Gary was blessed to have learned his business philosophy from his late father, Charles F. Cooper, who had an indelible impact on his family and his community. Following in his father’s footsteps, serving others has been, and continues to be, the cornerstone of Gary’s personal and professional life.
Gary and his wife Kelly reside in Pawleys Island, SC and are the parents of four beautiful children – Gracyn, Clemons, Marshall, and Sutton.
Hosted By: Kathleen Quinn Votaw