Prison Consultant for White-Collar Offenders
Residential Drug Abuse Program
As a prison consultant for white-collar offenders, I strive to provide a combination of free and premium content in a number of formats. Some of that content features strategies that empowered me through 26 years in federal prison. Some of the content features stories I recorded about other people who went through prison successfully. We discuss strategies and early-release programs like the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) and other possibilities for early release. Sometimes I profile leading community citizens and ask them to share their thoughts. They speak about leadership and describe how those principles can help an individual emerge from prison successfully.
In today’s free podcast, I share the story of Patrick Johnson. Patrick is a former hedge fund manager and investment banker. He now leads a large philanthropy and strives to make the world a better place. Patrick came across my work in Business Insider. I write about my work as a prison consultant for many publications, including Business Insider. The article moved Patrick to follow my work, read my books, and connect.
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I participated on Patrick’s podcast called Lunch… During our conversation Patrick asked about the strategies that empowered me through prison. The conversation went so well that I invited Patrick to participate on the Earning Freedom podcast. Since Patrick built a career as a financial services professional, I thought that many of the white-collar offenders who contact me for prison advice could benefit from his insight.
The truth is, as a prison consultant, I strive to pull insight from as many sources as possible. I want the people who contact me to recognize a pattern. An individual who has been indicted for securities fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, healthcare fraud, or any other type of crime can slip into a vortex. But as Patrick and I discussed today, there is always an opportunity for reconciliation and growth. Each individual must make his or her choice. The podcasts I offer may inspire those who are looking to restore their strength after an indictment.
If you’re facing time in prison for a white-collar crime or a first-offense, and you’d like to learn more about how to make it through successfully, please review the free content that I offer on MichaelSantos.com and PrisonProfessor.com. You may contact me directly if you’d like more personal service. I can help.