How to Use Adversity as a Gift

Marcus Aurelius Anderson is an author, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Speaker and executive Mindset Coach. While preparing to deploy with the U.S. Army, he suffered a severe spinal injury and was told he’d never walk again. He now speaks, writes, and coaches others to overcome their own Adversities to actualize their personal definition of success.

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The 3 golden nuggets that helped Marcus be more successful are: stop waiting, stop trying to multi-task, and attack everything with full commitment. As a legacy, Marcus wants people to understand that there is so much more they can accomplish and to embrace when you see the adversity. Click here to listen to more of JV Crum III interviewing Marcus on the Conscious Millionaire Show.

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