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The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Julian Placino is a professional recruiter, speaker, and entrepreneur. On the Pathways to Success Podcast, he conducts in-depth interviews with world-class performers to discover their mindsets, tactics, and behaviors. He has interviewed CEOs, New York Times bestselling authors, TEDx speakers, celebrity athletes, company founders, leading entrepreneurs, and prolific thought leaders.
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Feb 26, 2019

Marcus Aurelius Anderson is an Author, TEDx Speaker, Keynote Speaker, US Army Veteran, lifelong Martial Artist and High Performance Mindset Coach to entrepreneurs who are Leaders, CEO’s and coaches.

While preparing to deploy with the U.S. Army, Marcus suffered a severe spinal injury that left him paralyzed.

After dying on the operating table twice, the surgeons saved his life, but told him he'd never walk again.

Having no other option, Marcus started doing some brutally honest soul searching, looking for the lesson to be learned from his injury. Once he started seeing his Adversity as a gift instead of a curse, something miraculous began to happen...

Marcus now speaks, writes, inspires and coaches others to overcome their own Adversities to actualize their personal definition of success in every area of life.

His message teaches us how we can use our own Adversity to make us into better leaders, citizens and human beings to create a better world.

What you will learn:
- Why Adversity is a gift
- Parkinson’s Law
- The Adversity scale

Checkout Marcus's LIVE "DO THE WORK" Transformative Event

Contact:
Website | Facebook | Instagram | Book

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