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3 Amazing Emerging Leaders from 3 Amazing Countries Creating Life's New Normal.

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Expose, Equip, Engage, and Entrust local and global audiences to use sport to make a positive difference. These three young leaders Njomza Emini (Kosovo), Yerlan Suleimenov (Kazakstahn) and Byron Lopez (Equador), are making a difference as they join 16 other emerging leaders in the field of disability sport as part of a five-week mentorship experience that seeks to provide them with tools to increase access and opportunity to sports for people with disabilities in their home country.

In this edition of Creating Life's New Normal, learn how they are using the new tools to impact a global economy and how you can utlize the resource available to you to inspire your world.

We also have an update from our special guest the TV Attorney Tremecca D. Doss who takes at new twist on the new normal with our segment, "Now New Normal, That!" What happens when the new normal follows a downward spiral. Follow Tremecca @TV_Attorney on twitter for her amazing insights.

About the Host:

John Register is a four time all-American track and field athlete and Gulf War Army Veteran, who was on his way to making the Olympic team and join the Officer Army Rank, when a devestating injury ended his athletic dream and Officer slot and left him without a left leg. Yet, 18 months later he made the Paralympic swim team and then went on to win the silver medal in the long jump in Sydney, Australia. He now uses his life story to lift the morale of others, especially military injured vetearns. He challenges audiences to turn lilfe's obstacles into life's opportunities by creating their new normal. 

John recently became a Certified Speaking Professional or (CSP). Only 12% of speakers in the United States carry this hard earned designation of excellence.

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