As we remember Dr. Martin Luther King, it’s critical that we understand our own journeys so that we can see how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go.
I can tell you from my experience that there were many challenges and tribulations to endure growing up in the fifties and sixties.
Grandmaster Dennis Brown came from humble beginnings, but it did not stop him from becoming one of the most well-known martial artists for his contributions to Chinese martial arts. That simply goes to show that it’s not where you start that matters, but where you finish that counts. Thank you, Grand Master Brown, for everything you do. Jessie Bowen
This podcast is dedicated to individuals looking to make a difference in the world. Our shows provide in-depth interviews unreal Topic that break the barriers to human potential. Your show host is an expert on mental performance in sports and life. Jessie is a motivational coach a corporate educator for Duke Corporate Education, author of over 20 books, and a Grandmaster in the martial arts holding the rank of 10th-degree black belt. As an educator, he has been on to Duke University's physical education department for over 27 years empowering students to live their dreams.
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