Overcoming the Limits of Cerebral Palsy & Documenting Her Story
On today’s episode we have author, teacher, podcaster, and triathlete - and did I mention she has Cerebral Palsy-CP for short. She just turned thirty and the sky is the limit for this expert on everything CP. In this episode, we discuss self-publishing a book, the triathlon in Hawaii she attempted, and her podcast "Butterflies of Wisdom" which I was a guest on her show. We learn a lot about how a disability can't stop you from accomplishing your dreams.
People will forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel." Maya Angelou
Links mentioned on the show
"Walk in the Woods" by Bill Bryson
Always a Lesson Podcast
Dreams and Drive Podcast
Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper
Places to find Win
Butterflies of Wisdom Website
April Mass Photography ⇐ Get candid & fun photography at 10% off if you mention this podcast
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Song: I dunno (ft. J Lang, Morusque)
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The Teacher Tunnel Podcast is an entertaining and authentic look at the teacher leaders in education and beyond. What are their habits, routines, and strategies? As a teacher and learner, Jon Belt wants to bring great people and thinkers to the surface and share their thoughts and insights about teaching, learning, self-improvement, and education.
Jon Belt is a middle school teacher in Oklahoma City, and the host of the Teacher Tunnel Podcast.
If you're not struggling, you're not living, you're not learning."