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010 – Jesi Stracham – Wheel with Jesi as We Learn about Her Life After an Accident that Caused Paralysis

By Scott Davidson | Dec 4, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″ placement=”top” theme=”standard”]In this episode Jesi Stracham and I talk about her spinal cord injury and the recovery process, her non-profit, the vlog she is currently filming, cannabis for treating pain, the adaptive and non-adaptive sports she competes in, and a bunch more. Jesi is motivating others one adventure at a time…

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009 Mike Santiago –  Wounded Warrior, Crossfit Athlete, Trainer, Adaptive Advocate, and PTSD Survivor

By Scott Davidson | Nov 17, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″ placement=”top”]In this episode Army veteran Mike Santiago shares his life after becoming a wounded warrior. Mike lives with a spinal cord injury. He was shot while on active duty in 2002. He’s currently involved with the Wounded Warrior games, Team Blacksheep, Honor Thread, Crossfit competitions as a competitor and a trainer,…

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008 Keith Gabel – A Story of Overcoming Trauma, Adapting after Amputation, and Becoming an Olympian

By Scott Davidson | Nov 1, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″]In this episode Keith Gabel joins us from Aspen, Colorado where he’s focused on training for the 2018 paralympic games. Keith shares with us his story regarding how he survived witnessing the suicide of his stepfather, adapted to life after losing his leg following a terrible accident, and moving forward and becoming…

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007 Wesley Hamilton – Resilience after Gun Violence, Lessons from Athlete Wes Hamilton

By Scott Davidson | Oct 20, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″]In this episode, one can learn from Wes Hamilton how to reframe after trauma and build a beautiful, meaningful life.   When Wes Hamilton was 24, he was shot multiple times by someone he never met and spent three weeks in the ICU. He woke up paralyzed from the waist down with…

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006 – Matthew Hadden, Learn how a Determined Warrior Battles through Life with a Terminal Cancer Diagnosis

By Scott Davidson | Sep 25, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″]In this episode you will hear my interview with Matthew Hadden. This episode is a must, because you get to learn about how a determined warrior, like Matthew, battles through life with a terminal cancer diagnosis. A little background, Matthew Hadden was training for his dream job in law enforcement when he…

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005 Brandon Ryan – Adaptive Defense Instructor, Author, Entrepreneur, and Life Coach

By Scott Davidson | Jul 26, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″]005 Brandon Ryan – Adaptive Defense Instructor, Author, Entrepreneur, and Life Coach In this episode you will hear my interview with Brandon Ryan. Brandon Ryan was born prematurely. As a result, there was internal bleeding and damage to his brain and nervous system. His form of cerebral palsy primarily affects the right…

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004 Dr. Jerry Moorman – When the body fails the mind prevails! Perseverance through Cerebral Palsy and Polio

By Scott Davidson | Jun 13, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″ placement=”top”]The mind is resilient, it’s the body that fails! In this episode you will hear my interview with Dr. Jerry Moorman. Jerry is a retired professor, author, and family focused individual and happens to live with cerebral palsy and the results of childhood polio. Jerry grew up in a small cotton-farming…

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003 Brent Poppen – Paralympian, Motivational Speaker, Author, and Disability Advocate

By Scott Davidson | Jun 4, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″]In this episode you will hear my interview with Brent Poppen. Brent Poppen is a paralympian, motivational speaker, disability advocate, author, and is in the documentary feature Murderball which was nominated for an Academy Award and won at Sundance and other various film festivals. You will hear from Brent about how he…

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002 Diana Doyle – Living with Grief and Loss, Perspectives from Diana Doyle

By Scott Davidson | May 30, 2017

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”450″]Diana Doyle has one of the top grieving blogs called Sunshine in a Blue Cup where she writes about losing her sister, mother, and young daughter in a three year period. Diana also writes for various other sites such as and She is a brilliant person and an incredible writer.…

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