Because I have lived in several countries, some have referred to me as a globetrotter. When you spend time living in various nations, you face some adversity. It could be from language, culture, running out of money or a myriad of other unforeseen circumstances. At the same time, doing globetrotter things does not qualify me to play for the Harlem Globe Trotters. Wayne Clark, on the other hand, has also spent timeliving abroad. And he did it as one of the players on the Harlem Globe Trotters.
Without question, Wayne is a high performing athlete. He has played professional basketball on several teams throughout the world. And holds a world record as a Slam Dunk Champion. To this day, he continues to train as a competitive athlete. His latest list of accomplishments is to stand for men’s rights.
On tonight’s show, we are going to address adversity men face in life. For some, adversity can be the result of training and preparing for career success. For others, adversity can be a life reset. In a strange way, Wayne has tasted the bitter sweet of some of life’s most challenging times. Yet, somehow he always ended up on top.
How a man handles adversity says a lot about who he is. Albert Einstein’s quote says it all: “Adversity introduces a man to himself”.
Today, join me for an engaging and thought provoking discussion about how to handle yourself in the face of adversity, even a rough divorce. Call in to ask Wayne some of the toughest questions about life, career, sports, marriage and divorce. You won’t want to miss it.
Tonight, Sunday, July 26, from 7:00pm-9:00pm (EST) at Straight Talk with Ted Santos.
To hear the show live: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/ted_santos/2020/07/26/how-men-strive-and-thrive-through-adversity
Call to comment or ask questions live at: (323) 642-1387.
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