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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Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
203: Julie Stackhouse, Founder of Stackhouse Fitness and former D1 Track & Field Athlete and Coach - “Just keep showing up.”
202: Jacob Heppner: 4x CrossFit Games Athlete and Founder of MidWest Made - “Go all in, and see what you can do with the time you’ve been given.”
201: Jonathan Timmermann, Co-founder of the Performance and Supplement Brand AWAKN - “I want to be remembered for making a positive impact on just one person’s life.”
200: Beat the odds, go the distance, and keep moving forward into the limitless future ahead.
199: Leah Chandley, Regional Nominee for the 2020 Newell National Athletic Trainer of the Year - “I want these student athletes to know that I am their advocate.”
198: Amblery Lago, Motivational Speaker, Best-Selling Author, and Coach - “We can be strong on our own, but together we are unstoppable.”
197: Aisyah Rafa'ee, Singapore’s first and only Olympic Rower - “I am Aisyah first, and a rower second.”
196: Ian Warner, Founder of HabitStacker and former Canadian Olympic Track & Field Athlete - “I was able to turn my life around because of one powerful word: ownership.”
195: Julie Rogers, Ambassador for the Herren Project - “It’s been a crazy year, but we are doing things we absolutely love.”
194: Kristin Holte, Professional CrossFit Athlete - “I have nothing to prove, I have everything to win.”
193: Katie Spada, Founder of Spada Strong Nutrition and former competitive Synchronized Swimmer - “Be your own dietitian.”
192: Chelsey Turk, S&C Coach at DBU, Associate Head Coach at D1, and former Collegiate Soccer Player - “I want to provide my athletes the tools they need regardless of where life takes them.”
191: Mike Fecik, Coach, Triathlete, and Ultra-Runner - “It’s amazing what people are capable of.”
190: Amber Peppers, Creator of the Wellness Initiative ‘Lifting to Heal’: “I learned to practice gratitude for what I did have.”
189: Piyusha Boteju, Recruitment Consultant and Former Collegiate Volleyball Player - “Even now, my favorite thing is making relationships happen.”
188: Angela Lewis, Former Professional Basketball Player, Championship Winning Coach, and Author, Angela Lewis - “I want to be remembered for the love that I give.”
187: Katarina Raicevic, Professional Volleyball player and Recent Masters Graduate - “There is a solution for any problem...if you really want it.”
186: Ryan Fischer, Athlete, Coach, Podcaster, and Entrepreneur - “A lot of the things you think are holding you back are not actually what’s holding you back.”
185: Kari Pearce, CrossFit Games Athlete, Entrepreneur, and former NCAA D1 Gymnast - “Be patient, work your butt off, and you won’t regret it.”
184: Samantha Thomas, Head Volleyball Coach at UIW in San Antonio and former NCAA D1 Volleyball Player - “My good days always outweigh my bad days.”
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