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Learn To Strive Like An Olympian
What is your “Gold Medal Dream?”
Starting a business? Running a 5K? Winning a Triathlon? Overcoming an eating disorder or other addiction?
We all have different goals, and they are all valid. What many are missing, however, are the mindset tools required to propel them through and past their challenges and onward to their dreams. The good new is, there is a path.
Travel with Olympic Gold Medalists and trailblazer, Jessie Diggins, through her book Brave Enough.
Within this compelling autobiography, Jessie leads the reader through her dogged journey from America’s heartland to international sports history – she exemplifies how to navigate arduous challenges, and achieve inspirational triumphs with rugged grit, as well as a splash of glitter.
Throughout this 6-week book club you will feel your inner olympian ignited as you develop the skills necessary to dig deep, push through and past previous limits, and achieve your “Gold Medal Dream,” one day at a time.
You can do it, too! You too are, “Brave Enough!” Call forth your inner Olympian in this virtual book club with Jessie Diggins. Your journey begins on June 25th.
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A personal calendar of journals, mediations, and exercises.
Talks, Podcasts, Articles
Learn and apply daily skills through videos and interactive thought exercises.
Private, two-way conversations with experts and members.
Jessie Diggins was raised in Afton, Minnesota, and became a professional skier at the age of nineteen. A two-time Olympian, and five-time World Championship medalist, she is the most decorated U.S. cross-country athlete in World Championship history.
In 2018, Jessie and teammate, Kikkan Randall, won the first ever United States’ cross-country skiing gold-medal in women’s team sprint at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
A “Type A” personality, Jessie strove for perfection in all her endeavors from an early age. Beginning in middle and high school, balancing cross-country skiing and academic demands proved especially challenging; she recounts this time period as the beginning of her eating disorder.
Brave Enough is a book about pushing through, and past physical and psychological limits. It is about the intense pressure of competing at the highest levels; but it is also a book about being brave enough to ask for help when you need it. In Jessie’s own words, “it takes a lot of bravery to ask for help and to decide to go to a recovery program and to decide to put your health first, even when it’s not the quote ‘easy choice.'”
Today, she is the ambassador for the non-profit Fast and Female, an organization that inspires girls between the ages of 8-18 to be active and empowered in sports. Jessie is an ambassador for Protect Our Winters, a non-profit organization that strives to affect systemic solutions to climate change through the outdoor sports community. She is also a spokesperson for The Emily Program, a nationally recognized eating disorder treatment and lifetime recovery program.
Currently, Jessie Diggins resides, at least part time, in Stratton, Vermont, where she is a member of the Stratton Mountain School T2 elite team.
Translating thousands of hours of material into the most essential lessons.
All About You
Explore what motivates you and how to use it to your advantage. Identify what beliefs are holding you back. Gain clarity on how to use your strengths to tackle your current challenges!
From Dream To Reality
Identify your “Gold Medal Dream.” Learn how to use visualization, goal setting, self-discipline and self-care to make your dream a reality. Develop the mindset shifts and emotional skills to push beyond your limitations!
+ Live Q&A w/ Jessie Diggins
Explore your relationship with your body, food, and self patterns.
Belonging, Support and Setbacks
Receive practical tools to identify what challenges are holding you back, access the right support, and navigate setbacks like an Olympian.
Unwavering Grit: Leadership, Teamwork, and Trusting Yourself + Live Q&A w/ Jessie Diggins
Learn to fire up your willpower, become acquainted with your leadership style, follow your inner guidance, and become comfortable risking failure.
Celebrating Big and Small Wins With The People That Matter Most
Cultivating a process-motivated mindset focused on setting clear, process-orientated goals, creating a habit of celebrating small wins, honoring how far you’ve come, and showing gratitude for your support system.
In Brave Enough, Jessie Diggins reveals the true story of her journey from the American Midwest into sports history. With candid charm and characteristic grit, she connects the dots from her free-spirited upbringing in the woods of Minnesota to racing in the bright spotlights of the Olympics. Going far beyond stories of races and ribbons, she describes the challenges and frustrations of becoming a serious athlete; learning how to push through and beyond physical and psychological limits; and the intense pressure of competing at the highest levels. She openly shares her harrowing struggling with bulimia, recounting both adversity and how she healed from it in order to bring hope and understanding to others experiencing eating disorders.
Between thrilling accounts of moments of triumph, Diggins shows the determination it takes to get there – the struggles and disappointments, the fun and the hard work, and the importance of listening to that small, fierce voice: I can do it. I am brave enough.
Available: Kindle, Audiobook, Hard Cover, or Paperback
The book club runs for 6 weeks starting Thursday, June 25th, 2020.
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