As a child, Alyssa loved gymnastics, but she suffered three debilitating cruciate ligament injuries. In college, Alyssa experienced another knee injury. Continuing in gymnastics would eventually cause her lifelong disabilities. So after college graduation, she became an aerial circus performer. Alyssa is an exemplary role model of the “Live Yes, and” mind-set. Corporate trainer and performance coach Travis L. Thomas explains his positive philosophy, details its 10 core principles and offers ideas on how you can incorporate “Live Yes, and” in your life.
About the Author
Travis L. Thomas is the creator of the “Live Yes, and” philosophy, as well as the 30 Days of YES program. He also hosts The Weekly Yes, And podcast.
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