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Tonight we are joined by engineer and businessman Steve Lawton who, after surviving a near-fatal skiing accident, developed a set of helpful, practical tools for transforming negative life experiences into motivators for success! Don’t miss out on this insightful discussion on positivity and signing of Head First!
ABOUT HEAD FIRST
We all want happiness and success, but it often eludes us when we find ourselves struggling with unresolved problems. We've all had them; a frightening diagnosis, depression, problems at work, a disagreement with a loved one, or difficulties with a child.Although we may be miserable during the struggle, the good news is that our past challenges lead to our future successes.
Allowing negative experiences to teach us something will actually set us up for the successes, victory, and laughter that will come in the future. Experiencing a setback is painful when it happens, but when we overcome it, we become a better version of ourselves than we were before. Your attitude plays an important role in overcoming challenges. Would you like to learn how to increase your positivity to achieve the best outcomes?
After a life-threatening ski accident in Colorado, doctors weren't sure Steve H. Lawton would survive, but because of his attitude, his helmet, and a rubber chicken named Henrietta, Lawton lives to share the wonders of positivity. Through Lawton s powerful story and eight proven and practical tools, Head First can help you improve your own attitude fitness and overcome the rough patches in your life to achieve the success and happiness you deserve.
ABOUT STEVE H. LAWTON
Steve Lawton holds a BS and MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University, as well as an MBA from St. Edwards University. He has 27 years of professional experience in roles ranging from engineering in the Astronaut office at NASA to an executive at Dell. Steve enjoys speaking and sharing what he has learned about positive leadership from his career and his experience recovering from a near fatal skiing injury in March 2014. Through his unique experiences, Steve has molded his messages and insights about how to create a positive mindset, lead with positivity, and achieve better outcomes for individuals and organizations. Steve and his wife of 26 years, Deanna have two teenage children and they have grown quite fond of them.
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