Vince Papale is joined by Steve Olsher, Mary Goulet & Richard Otey on Reinvention Radio for Reinventing Staying Invincible, virtually in quarentineville. Steve, Mary & Richard talk about missing face time over screen time, looking through the crystal ball and daily dairies, predictions and Mary’s positive takeaway that this Pan”dam”it won’t keep America down.
Vince’s Papale is sharp as a tack at reinventing himself. A rich life experience, expert at removing the obstacles of convincing people that he had skills that could convert in another arena. Vince concludes that reinvention is about chasing a dream and offers a few tips. In today’s world, right now, Vince suggests the cyber world could be the tool you could use.
How? Have a sight adjustment. Reapply your skills in a different way. Staying with the fundamentals can allow you to take the leap from A to B. Research what you need to be , what you need to do, and how you need to do it. If you have that gift, goal, tenacity, vision. dream, drive, you can get this done.
In 2006 Walt Disney Pictures continued their triumphant tradition of motivating sports stories with the release of INVINCIBLE. It’s a stirring football drama starring Mark Wahlberg as Vince Papale, an ordinary guy who, against all odds, takes his shot at every fan’s fantasy of going from the grandstands to the gridiron. It has been described that Papale’s odds of achieving his wildest lifelong dream of playing for the Eagles as “one in a gazillion!”
Mary Goulet puts Vince’s story in a nut shell, saying what it takes to be “in-vincible”; is to take responsibility, fight for your dream, stick to the fundamentals and be a good human. Do not be as concerned with what other people say, believe in yourself.
In This Episode
- Take responsibility to be “in-vincible”
- Believe in yourself and don’t worry about others opinions
- If you have the dream, it can be done
- Reapply your skills in a new way
Previously On Reinvention Radio
Reinventing Your Unique Value – On this week of Reinvention Radio Lisa Sasevich joins Steve, Mary and Richard in a candid and upbeat fashion, feeling blessed as they discuss Reinventing Your Unique Value. Her labor of love and latest book, Meant for More, is fresh in Hay House.