Justin Brooks is a bestselling author in the book Resilience: Turning Your Setback into a Comeback in which each individual shares how resilience in their lives set them on the path for success. These are not just feel-good stories. You will read about overcoming financial ruin, battling health challenges, both mental and physical, and surviving tragedies. You’ll read about persistence, courage, redemption, and unconventional approaches to challenges. These stories will inspire you and give you ideas and strategies that will impact you both personally and in business.
Newy’s career has allowed him to see that many of the people we deem successful, even professional athletes, have areas in their private lives in which they fall short.
Setbacks and Comebacks, The Inside Story of My 18 Years with Jim Rohn
Kyle Wilson started out serendipitous in the seminar business, making 50 to 100 cold calls a day to book himself to speak at companies two or three times a day to sell tickets to personal development events.
At age 26, Nathan Ogden decided to go off one more ski jump. He was pumped, but as he rose in the air, he knew something was wrong. He fell head first, with his neck taking the full weight of his 180-pound body. He suffered an incomplete cervical spine fracture and a C7 spinal cord injury.
Anna Kelley, like many children, was the product of divorce. At the age of six, in the middle of the night, her family moved to another town to escape the abuse from her stepfather. Things were hard in the government housing project where she lived. At age nine, Anna starting watching her siblings overnight while her mom worked a second job. She grew up fast.
Keisha Brooks is a bestselling author in a book called Desire, Discipline & Determination, Lessons From Bold Thought Leaders in which we each share how the 3 D’s set us on the path for success. These are not just feel-good stories. You will read about overcoming financial ruin, battling health challenges, both mental and physical, and surviving tragedies. You’ll read about persistence, courage, redemption, and unconventional approaches to challenges. These stories will inspire you and give you ideas and strategies that will impact you both personally and in business.
Ellen Cooperperson was a 26-year-old single parent to a five-year-old boy. There were no daycare centers in 1972, enforced child support laws, or the privilege for her to get credit in her name. Adequate jobs were scarce. Ellen convinced The Hershey Company to hire their first woman manager and was able to pay rent. By age 30, convinced that words have power and that sexist language was preventing women from gaining access to non-traditional jobs, Ellen petitioned the courts to change her name from Cooperman to Cooperperson...
Jay Hartley dropped out of high school and got a job to help support his family when his mother (who worked several jobs in addition to her dream job in real estate management) broke her back. Family was everything, and Jay wasn’t afraid of hard work. Once she was back to work, Jay had money to spend, and spent the next several years making bad decisions. When he was arrested for drug possession again, he knew things had to change. He asked his mom if he could join her in her property management company. She was excited to have him aboard, but instead of giving him a list of properties to manage, she hired him as a lawn care service provider. If he could learn to run a business and learn the value of profits versus loss, he could someday be very successful at this career.
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