Have you ever wondered how to be more resilient? Do you have a vision to accomplish in your life? Do you desire to make greater impact in the world?
If so, you are need to hear from John Register.
How does one bounce back from being an Olympic track and field qualifier and Army Officer Candidate one day to an amputee the next, and then 6 years post amputation win a Paralympic silver medal?
John Register knows the answer to that question all too well because it’s his story.
While training for a competition, one misstep over a hurdle cost John his leg, his military career, and almost his life.
Despite the devastating setback, John hurdled his adversity and began winning again. Within 27 months post-injury, John competed on the United States Paralympic Swim Team in Atlanta, Georgia, anchoring both the 4×100 meter medley and freestyle relays.
It was at those games in Atlanta he saw amputees running and jumping on artificial limbs. He knew he had to learn how to run again.
With dogged determination, he did learn. Four years later, after returning to his first love of track and field, he won the long jump silver medal in Sydney, Australia, and set the American record in the process.
John is the first to say that overcoming any obstacle, no matter how great or insignificant one thinks it is, begins with having a resilient and renewed mind.
But how do you get it? Where does it come from? And, can it be taught and learned so everyone can respond better when facing adversity?
In John’s presentation, “Hurdle Adversity: Embrace The New Normal,” John walks those who are committed to change through a pathway from fear to freedom. The focus on the presentation is to have audience members determine the vision they desire and have that truth outweigh the fears which hold us back.
Whether you are an executive, a middle manager, or front employee, your life can change with one wrong step, but your life can also change with one right step.
In this presentation, John shares with you and your team the pathway to win, again.