Change is tough.
In many cases, it takes a whole mess of resilience. But staying resilient is tough, too. Right?
What has helped me stay resilient in the face of tough transitions or change – learning how others got through. …seeing what worked and what didn’t work for people who endured similar situations. So, I want to pass this strategy on to you.
Today, I’m on the mic with World Series Champion and MLB All-Star, Will Harris, on the Coming Up Clutch with J.R.™ show. With all the career and personal challenges he faced, he had no choice but to stay resilient and he shares his go-to strategy during our interview.
If you want to stay resilient during change, then lock in to today’s episode.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- How Will kept his focus and persevered through the ups and downs of his career roller coaster
- How Will managed a high pressure career that demanded a lot of time away from his family.
- The key behind Will’s successful transition out of Major League Baseball
- “Be as good as you could be right where you are.” – Will Harris
- “Failure has a chance to be temporary when you’re only focused on the next step.” – J.R.
- “Say what you mean and mean what you say.” – Will Harris
CONNECT WITH WILL
- Instagram: @willharrislsu | https://www.instagram.com/willharrislsu/
CONNECT WITH J.R.
- Facebook: @jamesJRreid
- Instagram: @jamesjrreid
- LinkedIn: in/jamesjrreid/
- Twitter: @jamesJRreid
- Website: jamesreid.com
- Check out The Clutch Club™️: jamesreid.com/club (For Men Only)
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