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Coach Jim Johnson - Dreams Really Do Come True

  • 01/26/2021
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Online using Zoom


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Dreams Can Come True - An Online presentation using

Presented by Coach Jim Johnson
Website: www.CoachJimJohnson.com

Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 9am
Registration required at https://www.brightonchamber.org/event-4092120.

Coach Jim Johnson shares a miracle moment of one autistic boy that took him from the sidelines of life to winning an ESPY Award, meeting the President, and not just running in the Boston Marathon, but finishing in under 3 hours his first race. Now Coach can’t promise you will win an ESPY award, but he can promise that, by applying these keys to your life, you will position yourself to receive opportunities that will bring you lasting life rewards.

Coach Jim Johnson’s life-changing message imparts a deeper awareness of the power of the human spirit. With a rare ability to take audiences far beyond a motivational talk and into a transformational experience, he reminds us of the magic of passion, perseverance, and the power of teamwork.

Life is hard and challenging, especially through crisis. Fear becomes very real and the unknown can be a daunting foe that can effect our decision making, mental health, and many people are depressed.

Crisis management is essential at home, at work, and personally during times of change. Although the situation may be hard and at times seem impossible, that is why we need inspiration and tangible key elements to conquer during a crisis that helps people manage it, survive it, and eventually come back to thrive!

Learning Objectives:

  1. You will be inspired to think bigger, lead better, and win more!
  2. Understand the keys to be an effective teammate.
  3. Discover the importance of perseverance to help you have your dreams come true.

"I think it’s a great story — to follow your dream, follow your goals and never ever quit. It’s a great story for people of my age, people of any age." ~Dick Vitale | ESPN Basketball Commentator and Basketball Hall of Famer