My first guest today is T.Shane Johnson, a Motivational Speaker, Marine Corps Veteran, & 2 Time World Record Athlete. T.Shane is one of the most inspiring Speakers and sales coaches in the country. TShane has had numerous speaking and coaching engagements, including the University of Central Florida, LSU, GoDaddy, Caesar’s Entertainment, Veterans Voice, Best Western Hotel and Resorts, Major Non-Profits, and many more. He has shared his inspiring message with major media outlets such as Fox Business, Forbes, USA Today, iHeart Radio, WLOX 13, ABC 13, the Tallahassee Democrat, and Panama City News Herald, and even more. Every year TShane hikes across America as Motivational Keynote Speaker running from Coast to Coast to inspire the homeless, Veterans, and communities to raise awareness about Veteran suicides. His journey has covered over 7,000 Miles and 20 states, speaking in 60 plus cities passing out over 10,000 Hygiene kits to those in need, and raising over $150,000 in nonprofit funds in 65 Days. Recently TShane Johnson broke the World Record for the Most Pushups in 1 Hour, Completing 3,050 Pushups. Mr. Johnson has accomplished all this while continuing to operate his three businesses successfully and becoming a #1 Best Selling Author. For more information, watch the video below or visit his website at tshaneinspires.com. You can also learn more about T.Shane by visiting his Facebook page.
My second guest today is Felicity Martin, Miss North Texas High School Rodeo Association Queen. She is a Sophomore at Boyd High School in Boyd, Texas. Felicity Competes in Barrel Racing. She will discuss on our show today how she became a Champion and Queen in the Rodeo Association.
After completing High School, Felicity will pursue a career in Medical Field. One of her goals is to specialize in Pediatric Medicine and work with Doctors without Borders.
Her heart is to help and make a difference in the World truly. She loves mentoring young girls and boys especially entering Rodeo World. She also loves to share her love of the Heritage of the West. For more information, visit nthsra.org.