First Disabled Professional Tennis & Division I College Athlete
Sports Illustrated has called Roger Crawford “One of the most accomplished physically challenged athletes in the world.” After realizing tremendous success on center court as a Division 1 athlete, he took his talents to center stage and became a motivational speaker. Roger’s transformational message gives organizations the ability to decrease excuses, increase results, and break through self-imposed limitations. His remarkable life story is a powerful example that “Challenges are inevitable; defeat is optional.” Read More >
We Never Neglect the Lagniappe
As a tennis player, Crawford learned that to be successful on the court, you had to have a consistent follow-through. This is true in business as well. Leaders who win realize their team’s most important capability is the ability to execute. Would you agree that ordinary ability with extraordinary follow-through produces remarkable results? Effective leaders set ambitious but attainable goals and provide the encouragement, resources, and tools needed to achieve the exceptional. Read More >
The most successful leaders are, first and foremost, heart specialists. In other words, they connect emotionally by showing respect, empathy, and care for others. Leaders who win don’t spend their energy pursuing prominence, focusing on themselves. They strive for significance, which is focused on the team.
When teams embrace a compelling vision for the future and trust their leader, they achieve the exceptional. Leading to win is helping others see that desire can be more powerful than disappointments.
Here are some actions and attitudes your organization can use to increase their leadership effectiveness: Read Less ^
What do all remarkable people and organizations have in common? They’ve discovered the power of a winning mindset. Mindset is defined as a mental attitude that predetermines a person’s response and interpretation of a situation. The foundation for constructing winning results is a winning mindset! Read More >
The beliefs we have about our talent, potential, and opportunities have a tremendous influence on how we perform. As a result, we rarely achieve more or become more than we believe we can. Why? This is because our mindset directs our behavior, which dictates our motivation, and ultimately determines our outcomes. A winning mindset produces results. A mediocre mindset produces excuses, which will often make you see yourself as a victim. Mindset determines how you will perform when it matters most.
The most important capacity you have is the capacity to choose your mindset. A winning mindset is something that can be learned, changed, and leveraged. It creates a self-belief that unlocks your potential, passion, and purpose.
Here are six valuable ways to make a Winning Mindset your competitive advantage: Read Less ^
Have you ever heard someone say, “I’ll be a lot more optimistic when things get back to normal?” In today’s rapidly changing world, normal is not behind us, it’s ahead of us! Read More >
Constant change is here to stay, and depending on how we view it, it can be overwhelming or an opportunity. For organizations to win through change, they must continually adapt, transform, and reinvent. As a result, “We have always done it that way” is no longer a viable philosophy for long-term success.
In this presentation, audience members will learn that because change is inevitable, winning is possible. This mindset allows them to benefit from the enormous opportunity for success that change presents. They won’t feel defeated by the change in their work; instead, they will find ways to leverage change.
You can count on Roger Crawford to inspire your team and help them build a winning perspective! When faced with changes, they will see possibilities appear, embrace them, and achieve positive results.
Here are some actionable ideas to help your team Win Through Change: Read Less ^
"I was particularly impressed with the way you intertwined all the background material I had supplied to APB, including all the things we talked about yesterday. It came across as very genuine, and that you had really done your research. I'm especially impressed because you obviously do this several times a week for many different companies!"
"Thanks so much for your talk today… it was, well, inspirational! I have already received so many positive comments—you really connected with the group and the team really appreciated your messages and your sense of humor."
"On a personal note, I have recently decided to pursue my dream of writing a self-help book, and offering workshops to help people figure out their life's passion. When I listened to your presentation today, one part of me was thinking about how the leadership team would benefit from your messages, and the other part of me was applying them to my own life!"
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