Roderick Sewell @rsewell92 and Tracy G'Angelo Hancock @OlympicKidd have seen more than their fair share of heart ache. However, the have not let society beat them down. In fact, they are the ones that society better look out for. They are the 'never yielders'. They will never quit. They fight on.
"Yeah, I was a hard head. I was alway getting into trouble and I was on the wrong path. I did not see a vision for my life. Then one day a mentor came to my home and told my mother that he was going to take me in. He saw potential in me as a wrestler. I didn't believe it. I went with and lived with him. That was the turning point in my path. I am now full committed to pursuing my dream of making the 2020 Olympic team." Tracy G'Angelo Hancock.
"My mother and I had to be out of the homeless shelter by 5:30am. We went to live there when I was 7. She had a good job, but because she made just enough for insurance not to pay for my legs, she quit her job in order to give me access to a better life. How many mothers do you know who will sacrifice all for their children? I am ready to earn my way to Tokyo and share the passion my mother gave me with the world." Roderick Sewell.
Join me today for these two incredible interviews.
John Register, Paralympic Silver Medalist | Inspirational Catalyst | Change Management Speaker | Author | Long Jump Record Holder | Gulf War Vet | Disability Rights Advocate | 2 x TEDx Speaker who shows business leaders and sports professionals how to courageously step up to championship performance by walking in the new normal.
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