Don’t Hide Your Scars!
Scars remind us of our courage, determination, and perseverance. We shouldn’t hide them. Your scars are proof that you may have been knocked down, but you refused to be knocked out!
Motivational keynote speaker Roger Crawford was born with what many would consider an insurmountable physical disability. Nevertheless, he has defied the odds and lived a life of extraordinary possibility. His life story powerfully exemplifies the idea that by eliminating excuses, you can increase results and achieve more than you ever imagined possible.
Today, he shares his transformational message with thought leaders and organizations around the globe, giving them the ability to accelerate performance, win through change, and develop an unbeatable mindset. If you’re looking to make your next event a game-changing experience, let Roger Crawford's remarkable perspective inspire your team to win, no matter what! It will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience your audience will never forget.
Inspiring Others to Move Beyond Acceptable to Achieve the Exceptional.
Change Your Mindset. Change Your Results.
How to see Change as an Opportunity.
Words and phrases like outstanding, phenomenal, very inspirational, and the best are consistently used by our attendees when describing your talk... your energy, professionalism, and humor enabled you to easily connect... your message on winning is appropriate for any group!
What a fabulous presentation! You had 15,000 people from 40 countries on the edge of their seat. As you know MDRT invites the great speakers in the world to their stage. You are at the top of the list!!!
Your presentation was great! You made me look good. We have received lots of positive feedback. I was going to say you hit it out of the park, but on second thought, it was a grand slam!
Fantastic program! All week people were talking about your comments. You are the best speaker we have had at our conference.
While you probably could sense that your speech went well (the standing ovation may have been a tip), I just wanted you to know that the benefits of having you come to our meeting went well beyond the initial applause. Your message is powerful, appropriate and useful for an organization such as ours. I can see why you have so many positive references.
What can I say? You were a huge hit. Our goal was to end our meeting on an emotional high and your talk provided that. You were the only standing ovation of the week.
I wanted to thank you for the outstanding job you did at our Sales Summit last week. We have received so much positive feedback and truly appreciate all the effort you put into tailoring your message to fit our events objectives. You definitely made a lasting impression with our group and their standing ovation was an indication of how much they benefited from your presentation.
Yesterday’s presentation was GREAT!!! The feedback has been exceptional, and people have come up to me and said, Roger Crawford was the best one yet!
The Power Of Possibility Thinking
Turning Obstacles Into Opportunity
Turn Your Setbacks Into Comebacks
How does someone become an NCAA Division One Hall of Fame Athlete, despite the apparent disadvantage of four impaired limbs? The answer has inspired over 3,000 audiences worldwide.
Sports Illustrated has recognized Roger Crawford as “One of the most accomplished, physically challenged athletes in the world!” Roger discovered not only how to compete, but also how to win against able-bodied athletes! In recognition of his extraordinary athletic achievements, Roger is the recipient of the prestigious ITA Achievement Award, presented by the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Roger’s success on Center Court led him to a career at Center Stage as one of the most sought-after speakers in the world. He has also been inducted into the International Speakers Hall of Fame. His presentations deliver powerful insights that increase results, going above and beyond a feel-good message.
Roger Crawford has coached people just like you to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be. He is a peak-performance expert who not only studied but also lived and breathed these high-performance skills and strategies.
One common denominator I have found in people who achieve uncommon success is that they consistently finish what they start. Your ability to follow through is one of the most important skills you need to achieve your very best. On the tennis court, follow-through refers to fully completing your stroke. Doing this gives you the […]