Nov 5, 2019
Gina realized her self-worth when she became a teacher at 21, becoming the youngest Head Teacher at the largest school in her district. However, a terrifying fall on a ski trip left Gina with what she thought was only a concussion; she did not know that her injuries were far more serious and would require the use of a wheelchair, in some capacity, throughout her life.
On today’s The Adverse Effect, we will hear how Gina tackled challenges in her new role as Head Teacher while navigating her new life as a wheelchair user.
Learn how Gina reinvented herself after leaving her position as Head Teacher to become a no. 1 bestselling author and motivational speaker; empowering leaders and their teams to work smarter and think strategically.
“It’s not the challenge that defines us, it’s what we do with that challenge, it’s how we approach it.” — Gina Gardiner
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