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103: “Everything happens for a reason, and there are no negatives.” - My interview with former NFL player and current Franchise Owner and Trainer at Title Boxing Club, Bryan Scott
In the 103rd episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview former NFL player and current Franchise Owner and Trainer at Title Boxing Club, Bryan Scott.
“Everything happens for a reason, and there are no negatives.” It’s all about perspective. That is how Bryan Scott has always chosen to look at life. Focusing on the task at hand and how to achieve his goals, Bryan went from collegiate to professional football player and is now a franchise owner of Title Boxing. With a passion for helping people and making the most out of every single day he has the opportunity to be on this earth, Bryan internalizes his tenant: “I don’t like to have bad days. You can have bad moments, but don’t let those turn into bad days. Have your moment, then set it down and keep pushing.” As Bryan says further, “Iron sharpens iron and happy bounces off happy,” and his positive attitude certainly is infectious.
Listening in to Bryan’s story is sure to brighten up your week, and I hope you all enjoy my interview with Bryan Scott.
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