1. 800: Challenger Deep: Athletes Rising Above Adversity Jeff Heggie 15:34


Resources: www.ConfidentAthleteProgram.com/ChallengerDeep

We all face adversity. It’s how we choose to respond to adversity that will determine who we become.

Jeff Heggie and Tami Matheny talk about their new book, “Challenger Deep: Athletes Rising Above Adversity”

Challenger Deep is the deepest part of the ocean- therefore the lowest point on Earth, more than 36,000 feet below the ocean’s surface. You physically can’t get any lower.

The beautiful thing about being at your lowest point is there is nowhere to go but up. In moments of adversity, we must stop, look up and focus on the little bit of light that’s peeking through. In some instances, you may not be able to see any sort of light, but the belief that you soon will, can be your salvation during these times.

Several key points on adversity:

  1. Whenlookedatwiththerightperspective,it can be used to not only help you, but to also help others.
  2. Whenthingsgetdarkandyoufeellikethere is no hope, keep going. In these moments when there seems no way out, we are becoming stronger and more resilient. This is where our skills are developed and our “why” is tested.

The only place to go, is up. Keep climbing even when you can’t see the mountain top. Then when you make it to the top, help someone else out of their “Challenger Deep.”

You can get all of the resources from Challenger Deep for Free at www.ConfidentAthleteProgram.com/ChallengerDeep

Jeff Heggie Success Coach

Jeff Heggie is an entrepreneur, success coach, and mortgage specialist with a passion for helping others achieve their biggest dreams. Jeff teaches people to become optimal performing entrepreneurs. He starts with a focus on mindset. Taking his client or their business to the next level always begins with the right mindset.

Jeff enjoys using his extensive experience in the banking industry, over twenty years as an entrepreneur, plus his training and experience as a coach to help his clients break through the mental and physical barriers that hold them back.