Tim Wambach | A Part Time Job That Turned Into a Mission For Life!

Tim Wambach | A Part Time Job That Turned Into a Mission For Life!

Tim Wambach | A Part Time Job That Turned Into a Mission For Life!

Handicap This creator Tim Wambach talks with Mitch Matthews for the DREAM. THINK. DO. Podcast.

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Taking a road trip from Orlando to Chicago can be an adventure, but a trip from Orlando to Chicago that you RUN is simply inspiring.  That is exactly what Tim Wambach did.  He ran 717 miles in order to raise awareness for Cerebral Palsy, but his trip didn’t stop there.  Tim went on to found Handicap This production with his good friend Mike Berkson, which helps shed light on what it’s like living with Cerebral Palsy.  He is also the president of the Keep On Keeping On Foundation, a nonprofit that assists those living with severe physical disabilities.  Tim was able to take his passion and turn it into a meaningful career, and now he’s joining Mitch Matthews to help you do the same!

“The reason we’ve come a long way is that we’ve had consistent action.” Tweet This

Hear first-hand how Tim met Mike, the person who started it all; and where he got the idea for his incredible run (3:42).  Now you can discover how to bring out your own passion (14:19) so you can create something life-changing with it, or if you have too many ideas, Tim gives you tips on how to filter them to choose the very best ones (18:08).  He even gives you his personal strategies for staying focused and engaged (22:16).  Plus, Tim imparts advice about running a non-profit, including (24:31):

“I think one of the most dangerous aspects of success is that you stop trying new things.” Tweet This

  • Don’t forget that you’re a business
  • Have a team of people who believe in your idea
  • Get a good lawyer and accountant

“Energy is a choice.” Tweet This

Listen in and learn to turn what motivates you into a fulfilling career.  Now you can take your passion and run with it (literally)!




1 Comment
  • Meg Gallagher
    Posted at 13:49h, 17 April Reply

    This was a great way to start my day! Inspired! Thanks!

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