Inner Strength insights from the world of sports, disability, entertainment, business, politics and everything else I’d like to share with you.
Tuesday afternoon, I had the privilege of speaking to D’Iberville High School’s football team, and sharing with them the story of how I became aware that I had muscular dystrophy… and exactly what that meant. It is a football story. I hope you enjoy.
Realizing that I had muscular dystrophy and would never be an athlete made me modify my goals from athlete to announcer. And that led to my career in radio and eventually speaker and author.
“The Strength Coach” reminds you that sometimes you need to shift your goals in order to move forward and reach your destiny. The key is to have a dream and a goal and move forward towards a positive direction.
Greg is not too proud of the funky mustache but he is very proud of the way he connected with his audience at the Black National Speakers Association Showcase in Atlanta in 2005. Reaching people and touching their souls is his objective every time he wears the mic.
Greg feels that is very important that his clients are not only satisfied with his speech, but have a good time working with him before, during and after the event. This video from the Ohio Youth Leadership Forum shows a good time had by all.
This was the first segment of a series of TV spots Greg created through a grant from the Mississippi Developmental Disabilities Council. In this spot, “The Strength Coach” introduces himself.
Television news coverage of Greg’s speech at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disabilities in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Television news coverage of Greg presenting at a school wide assembly at Gautier High School in Gautier, Mississippi.