In his talk about hard work, Olympian Reese Hoffa explains how success is in the process. Many young people today are under the impression that a medal, trophy or tangible symbol is required to be successful. But in reality, the process is often where success is found.
The speaker shares his personal story being adopted at age 5 and his journey towards academic success as well as winning an Olympic bronze medal for shot put. In the talk about hard work the speaker also encourages the adult audience members to be a part of someone else's success story by teaching, coaching or otherwise being involved in the lives of young people. He believes the reward is seeing them do well.
The Process of Success
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Acquiring Any New Skill
Identifying With Success
Optimistic Attitudes of Disappointment
Academic Approaches to Coaching
Reese Hoffa Keynotes
The Reese Hoffa talk about hard work shares his personal story. The track and field athlete competed...
The Talk About Hard Work by Reese Hoffa is on His Personal Journey
- By: Alyson WyersMar 31, 2016