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Marcus Aurelius Anderson on Journey To Success Radio

Marcus Aurelius Anderson was interviewed by Chuck Bolena, President of Results From Thinking, for Journey To Success Radio.

Some of the topics they discussed include:

How is Adversity a Gift?

-What’s an actual priority?

-Why it’s good to disagree with someone

-Why a deadline is more important than anyone realizes

-How to make efficiency your secret weapon.

-The 3 questions to ask every day to make you more productive

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"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve." What if you read this each time you made a phone call, or texted, or received a call? Imagine the possibilities of auto-suggesting this into your mind hundreds of times per day.

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about marcus aurelius anderson

With my copy of the book autographed by Marcus

Marcus Aurelius Anderson is an author, TEDx speaker, Keynote Speaker and Mindset Coach to executives, CEO’s, professional athletes and sports teams.  

While preparing to deploy with the U.S. Army, Marcus suffered a severe spinal injury that left him paralyzed. His world was turned upside down. In an instant, he went from preparing for war on the battlefield to a war within his own body and mind. 

After dying on the operating table twice, the surgeons saved his life, but told him he'd never walk again.

Having no other option, Marcus started doing some brutally honest soul searching to find lesson to be learned from his injury. Once he started seeing his Adversity as a gift instead of a curse, something miraculous began to happen...

His TEDx Talk “The Gift of Adversity” gives some of his story while showing that we can learn a tremendous amount from Adversity to help others. 

His new book “The Gift of Adversity: Overcoming Paralysis and Pain to Find Purpose” gives the rest of his story. He tells his tale of his injury, surgery, subsequent recovery and the many lessons learned from his lifechanging experience.  

Marcus now speaks, writes, inspires and teaches others to overcome their own Adversity and actualize their personal definition of success.