32: Bonnie St. John | Olympic Athlete - Rhode Scholar - 7x Author
Play • 1 hr 3 min

Named “One of the 5 most inspiring woman in America” by NBC news, Bonnie was first African-America ever to win medals in the Winter Paralympics.  She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard, earned a Rhodes Scholarship, served as the director of the White House National Economic Council, and is a bestselling author of 7 books.  On this episode Bonnie we dive into the principles, strategies and tactics of micro-resilience, and explore how a 5-year-old amputee ends up winning Olympic skiing medals.

Show notes at https://gladiatorway.com/32

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