Frank King - What Does Comedy & Suicide Have in Common?

In the TLC arena, we talk about all kinds of teamwork, and this episode is no different. It is simple – teamwork begins with the individual, and each individual needs to be in alignment with themselves in several core areas before becoming a member of a larger team.
In this engaging episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Frank King talks about his life and how he has thought about committing suicide more times than he can count. He, like many others, was able to hide his suicidal tendencies.
It is important to remember that teamwork is not just about sports, or even business.  Teamwork is about wherever multiple people work towards a common goal.
This is definitely one of the most powerful episodes we have had on The Teamwork Advantage. Frank’s stories are real. They cut to the root of the problems facing so many of us today. 

Listen as Frank King shares how to recognize some simple clues from your work colleagues, friends, members of your church or synagogue, or even someone within your own family.
Frank talks about some of the resources available if you, or anyone you know, is depressed:

    • NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness (

    • Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by voice, call 988 

    • Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by text, 741741
Frank believes that where there is humor there is hope and where there is laughter there is life. Nobody dies laughing. The right person, at the right time, with the right information, can save a life.  

We can be the right team member at the right time.
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