Paul Nealon: How a 69 Year Old Quadriplegic Learned to Walk Again
This is a story like no other; one of courage, bravery and determination. Paul Nealon was in an accident that threatened his ability to ever walk or move again. Several doctors told him the odds of him walking again were extremely low. However, that didn’t stop him; with a lot of hard work and determination, he was able to start moving again. This is a story that is sure to inspire many and make listeners feel like nothing is impossible. This episode also drives home the very important message that no matter what anyone tells you, only you know what you’re capable of. Paul Nealon is truly one of a kind and the perfect example of tapping into unlimited potential. Once you start listening, you won’t want to stop! This is a must listen, and 2logical’s first official “interview format” episode! Be sure to check it out, and check us out on social media and let us know what you’d like to hear next!
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Shownotes: Paul Nealon: How a 69 Year Old Quadriplegic Learned to Walk Again
3:23- What is a culture of innovation?
8:43- Why it is important to instill a culture of innovation in the workplace
10:46- We are all apart of many different cultures
13:14- Why it is harmful to believe that you aren’t good with innovation or change
14:23- What are the harmful beliefs about innovation and change that people should look out for?
18:54- What are the barriers?
23:42- How to go about “rebranding” yourself
26:47- Create a “no complaints without suggestions” approach
37:16- Let others speak first
38:59- How to become more resilient individually and at work
45:02- Goals are important!
50:49- How to instill courage in others
52:06- Get rid of negative thoughts in order to succeed
53:58- How we communicate with ourselves & why it is important