Overcoming Everything

Overcoming Everything

The greatest success in our lives is often found through our greatest obstacles. When Roger started coaching over 30 years ago he had a client who had made incredible progress in her life. Even though the client was happy Roger had a hard time accepting that he was fit to be a coach -- he didn’t feel worthy but life found a way to help him discover how to move through any adversity. Roger believes that there is a self-guidance mechanism that is activated when the right question is asked and he greatest hope that to be able to help others discover this mechanism for themselves. Roger will invite many guests who have either done this self guidance into success for themselves, people who have inspired him or a client he has been able to help. For more information please visit: http://www.overcomingeverything.com Twitter: @RogerBurnley @OvercomingEverything... Show More
September 1, 2017

Idle hands are the devil's playground and when you have an active and motivated teenager who struck by boredom in a city you’ll find that they are heading towards trouble. By a stroke of fate Zach discovered Skateboarding during a time when he was moved to an environment that was more suited for outdoors exploration and much less city life.

This freedom in his new environment allowed a complete turnaround that led him to college and to meet his business partner David who would join forces with him to bring Skateparks to as many underprivileged children around the world as possible.

Tune in and Join Roger as he uncovers yet another powerful story of a soul guided by spirit.

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