Please meet retired pro-baseball player and now mental skills coach, RJ Hively! I appreciate him for his for positive attitude, encouraging others (including me!) and his heart-felt conversations, including this one we had on his podcast. Some highlights include:
* Step out of your comfort zone * Show your face and speak your voice * Fear and failure are good for us, they are wake-up calls * Through struggle comes strength * Better Me = Better We * Fight the good fight – help other people!
If you have a podcast and would like me as a guest, please contact me. I’m happy to have a conversation and share your message with my network of fabulous people!
What is your constructive response for wounded veterans when people say or leave a note “You can’t park here – you’re not handicapped!”
In our Wounded Warrior Project workshop, this came up as an issue even with disabled veterans’ license plates.
Wounded veterans reported this also happens inside stores and restaurants regarding their service dog and being told they don’t look like they need a service dog.
Not all wounds are visible.Not everyone sees that.
Your insights could help educate others on invisible wounds and empower those who have them.
Army Veteran Paul Peng and I are teaching this Wounded Warrior Project workshop monthly. If you are a WWP Alumni, please sign up for this proven workshop – Mindset: Healing & Empowerment Through Marksmanship.
Please contact me if you would like more information or to bring this powerful workshop to your organization or non-profit.
Together we make a positive difference in changing assumptions and people’s minds. Together we create empathy and healing.