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Tom Loarie talks with Roger Crawford-the award-winning tennis champion born without hands-on how to achieve success

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“Being challenged in life is inevitable, being defeated is optional,” says today’s guest mentor Roger Crawford, the NCAA Division I Hall of Fame and International Tennis Association award-winning tennis player whose first handicap is, literally, having no hands. Now one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the world, inducted into the International Speakers Hall of Fame, Crawford pulls no punches when mentoring others to achieve their highest goals and dreams. In this interview led by The Mentors Radio host Tom Loarie, you’ll learn the reasons behind Crawford’s life-long path for success in anything he chooses to do: Believe. Execute. Achieve.—even amid the failures we may experience along the way. Find Show Notes here.  Listen below (or via podcast).

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