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April 14, 2020 - Trials and Storms  4/22/20201.76 MBDownload


Readiness Through Resiliency
Buster Douglas
Overcoming Adversity
1. What is meant by, “Life’s gonna hit you in your mouth”?
2. What does the speaker mean by, “Your why has to be greater than that knockdown”?
3. What do you think the 'why' was behind Buster Douglas’ decision to get up after being knocked down?
4. Why is it so important to know your, 'why'?
5. How does knowing your 'why' make you more resilient?



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