#169 Resilience, Adversity, and Being Extraordinary: Lessons from Author, Speaker, Paralympic Medalist Bonnie St. John

Jim Harshaw interviews Bonnie St. JohnDaily hacks for resiliency 

Despite having her right leg amputated at age five, Bonnie St. John became the first African-American ski medalist in Winter Olympic competition. In recognition of her historic achievement, Bonnie was quoted on millions of Starbucks coffee cups and was honored with her portrait at Oxford as a distinguished alumna.

In addition to her success as a Paralympic athlete, Bonnie is a bestselling author, a highly sought-after keynote speaker, and leadership consultant for Fortune 500 companies. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University and won the Rhodes Scholarship.

Bonnie has been featured extensively in the media including The Today Show, CNN, CBS Morning News, NBC News, PBS, NPR, The New York Times, People Magazine, The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, and Success magazines, to name just a few.

The author of seven books, Bonnie co-authored her latest work, MICRO-RESILIENCE: Minor Shifts for Major Boosts in Focus, Drive, & Energy, with her husband, former entertainment industry CEO, Allen Haines.

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