We all face challenges of varying degrees every day, whether it's professional or personal, large or small, immediate or over time. And change - some invited, some unasked for - is our biggest challenge.
The title of W Mitchell's latest book is also his philosophy on life - 'It's not what happens to you... it's what you do about it.' This expert on taking responsibility for change shows his audiences not only how to gain perspective, but how to cope, and even better, to prosper with personal and professional change.
W Mitchell knows about challenge, change and courage - all first hand. He speaks to you about the battles and the victories of life. From co-founding a metal casting company that put thousands to work, from his election as mayor and congressional nominee, from a fiery motorcycle accident that left him burned over 65% of his body, and from the airplane crash that took away his ability to walk, Mitchell now soars above the rest with grace, good humor and gumption.
Mitchell speaks with passion about the human spirit. He focuses on the positives of change - taking responsibility - and the proven result... himself.
'Before I was paralyzed there were 10,000 things I could do; now there are 9,000. I can either dwell on the 1,000 I've lost or focus on the 9,000 I have left.'
His inspirational personal story is of life's challenges in the world of business, politics and day-to-day living; of a new understanding of your inner strengths and abilities. Through his keynote speeches, books, tapes and television appearances, Mitchell has enthralled over 60 million people worldwide.
Are you asking how 'mental wheelchairs' are holding back your organization?
Listen to this powerful story. Across the globe, from the Indian Ocean to Indiana, from Presidents to Parliaments and from non-profits to multinational giants, audiences herald his thought-provoking words about perseverance and becoming more than just a survivor. He delivers from the heart, with warmth, wit and wisdom. You'll hear an unforgettable speaker with an invaluable message.
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