Today on the podcast we hear from Scott Burrows who has an unforgettable, life-changing story that proves that Limits Can Be Exceeded, Barriers Broken and that No Circumstances Can Ever Destroy the Power of the Human Spirit.
By the age of 19, Scott was playing football at Florida State University and was a Top-Ranked kick-boxing Black Belt champion, having his last fight broadcast by ESPN. That same year, however, his life changed dramatically.
He was involved in a horrendous automobile accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down and diagnosed a quadriplegic. Despite his grim diagnosis, he refused to be sidelined.
Today, as an Author, Motivational Speaker, Wheelchair Athlete and Successful Business Entrepreneur, he travels the world inspiring organizations to Stand Up to Any Challenge. He also wrote a book, Vision-Mindset-Grit, which details his journey.
In this episode, Scott and Cindra discuss:
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Today on the podcast we discuss the importance of leading ourselves first before leading others. Growing our self-awareness is crucial to become a better leader, yet few people are self-aware. Dr. Cindra shares with as a “Finding Your Best Self” exercise to help you connect with your best and gain self-awareness to lead yourself each day.
Power Phrase this Week:” I choose to lead the hardest person first—myself. I choose to find my best self today.”
Quote of the Week: “I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions.” Stephen Covey
On the podcast today, we discuss how the stories about the events in our life shape our reality and our identity. To cultivate more empowering emotions, it’s important to tell yourself more empowering stories. You can do this by seeing the story from various lens.
Power Phrase this Week: “I choose an empowering meaning to the stories in my life in order to reach my potential.”
Quote of the Week: “People can cultivate positive energy by learning to change the stories they tell themselves about the events in their lives.” Tony Schwartz