Jim Harshaw Jr’s TEDx Talk on Failure:
Jim Harshaw Jr. Speaking Demo Reel:
Jim Harshaw Jr. is an NCAA Division I All American wrestler, former NCAA Division I head coach, internationally recognized TEDx speaker, personal performance coach, and host of the Success Through Failure podcast. Having spent his life surrounded by Olympians and millionaires, he has discovered the systems and frameworks used for world-class performance. He has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives across the world by helping clients and audiences increase resilience, maximize potential, and build high-performing teams. His clients include CEOs, entrepreneurs, and leaders from Fortune 500 companies as well as current and former athletes from the NFL, UFC, NCAA, and Olympics.
You can find his TEDx Talk on failure and learn more about his work at:
TED Talk: www.JimHarshawJr.com/TED
Twitter (personal): http://Twitter.com/JimHarshaw
Twitter (podcast): http://Twitter.com/SxsThruFailure
50 Word Bio:
Jim Harshaw Jr. is an NCAA Division I All American athlete, internationally recognized TEDx speaker, and personal performance coach. He has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives across the world by helping clients and audiences increase resilience, maximize potential, and build high performing teams.
50 Word Bio (alternate):
Failure, struggle, and setbacks are not only an inevitable part of life but a necessary step on the path to success. An internationally recognized speaker, coach, and podcast host, Jim Harshaw Jr. shares powerful stories to empower his clients and audiences to increase resilience, maximize potential, and build high performing teams.
“Failure is not an ending, it’s a beginning. It’s a building block for success.”
“We all need an unreasonable person in our lives who holds us to a higher standard than we believe we can achieve.”
“Nothing great was ever achieved by realistic thinking.”
“It’s never a matter of having the time. It’s a matter of priority. You’ll find the time if it’s a priority.”
“All success starts with knowing where you want to go.”
“You are the sum of the words you say and the content with which you fill your mind.”