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John Register

Life's New Normal Podcast with Host John Register

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Amputate your fear and embrace your new normal with host John Register introducing you to amazing people who have overcome tremendous adversity and still find it in themselves to give back to others. Have you ever felt you were called to do more than what you are doing? Do you wish that it was you who was inspiring others? Have you ever wanted to create a new normal for yourself or those around you? Well if you answered yes to those questions you are in the right spot, and if you answered no, well, you are probably in self-denial. Each guest on this show has overcome a life challenge with dignity and grace. You get a chance to hear their story and learn the life lessons which you can apply to your own life. My name is John Register, Paralympic Silver Medalist, and I am your host. My Story I am a four-time all-American; two-times Olympic trials participant and U.S. Army Gulf War Veteran, who sustained an injury resulting in the amputation of my left leg. With the support of faith, family, and friendships, I hurdled the adversity and created a new normal mindset. Armed with this resilient mindset, I began swimming for physical therapy and wound up getting so fast I qualified for and swam in the Paralympic Games (games for people with physical disabilities). Four years later, I learned how to run again and became the first American to long jump over 17 feet without a leg or a knee and captured the silver medal at the Paralympic Games in the process. Now, as a keynote speaker and change management expert, and host of this podcast, "Life's New Normal," I am honored to introduce you to amazing ordinary people who turned their obstacles into opportunities. Their mindset is to live greater tomorrow than today. In short, they share with us how they created life's new normal. I hope you are inspired by each guest and take away tangible action steps to overcome the obstacles in your life. If you would like to learn more about

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About my guest I love to call Denise Hamilton "My Muse" because every time she opens her mouth I have to write down what she says. It just that simple. Do not miss this conversation. Period Sir. Period Ma'am. Denise Hamilton is the CEO of WatchHerWork which gives advice and helps women to take control of their careers. But really, the advice is for anyone who wants to dominate in their space. Her advice is solid and there is no room for sitting back and waiting for "lady" luck to come to you. It is all about working hard, working smart, and seizing opportunities now. In this two-part series you are going to be blown away by the amount of content you will learn. It is up to you to implement! About the host: John Register is a catalyst. He contributes to the success of his clients by showing them how to amputate their fear and embrace a new normal mindset. Check out this and all earlier podcasts by following his show. Check out John's new book on Amazon "10 Power Stories to Impact Any Leader: Journal Your Way to Leadership Success."
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