Sep 13, 2021
In this episode, I have the privilege of introducing you to my friend and fellow Evolutionary Business Council member, Rodney Flowers.
After a traumatic high school football injury, Rodney was paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. Despite a challenging recovery process over 18 years to regain his ability to walk, Rodney is all about making a positive impact on the world.
Today, Rodney is an internationally respected speaker, thought leader, and 3-time bestselling author who helps others overcome life’s challenges to maximize success.
Rodney offers us nine incredible “fun nuggets” in our discussion all about resilience, including the idea that “Playing the game, however you play it, is a privilege.”
Here are the fun nuggets from the interview:
#1: Decide on what you want; then focus on it.
#2: Ignite the small accomplishments (chunk it down).
#3: The end game is not as important as the journey.
#4: Excitement itself is a celebration.
#5: Seek out life's challenges.
#6: Resistance is an invitation to expand ourselves.
#7: Resilience is about getting emotionally and spiritually fit.
#8: Adversity is something we all have in common.
#9: Playing the game, however you play it, is a privilege.
About Rodney Flowers
Rodney Flowers, founder, and president of Inspirational Endeavors, LLC, inspires, motivates, and encourages individuals to reach for their hopes and dreams with earnest expectations regardless of their limitations or challenges.
After a traumatic high school football injury, Flowers was paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. Despite an unfavorable prognosis for recovery, he spent the next 18 years regaining his ability to walk and making a positive impact on the world.
Today, Flowers is an internationally respected writer, communicator, influencer, thought leader, and change agent for overcoming life’s adversities and maximizing individual achievement and success.
Flowers is a three-time international Amazon bestselling author,
keynote speaker, CEO, entrepreneur, transformational leader, and
resilience trainer.What’s fun for Rodney:
Expressing your best self is fun