Being a winner in life extends beyond the scoreboard, the track, and the field. Gem-encrusted championship rings are sold on eBay by ring holders who found themselves either broke, in legal trouble, or just plain desperate. If only they applied the same mindset to their off-the-field life as they did to their game. If only they embraced the same belief system (hereafter referred to as “B.S.”) they held when they were on the field of play. In the game of life, anybody can win, but not everyone is a winner or believes they are!
A compelling Keynote Speaker, Dr. Richardson regularly addresses audiences looking to get on top, stay on top, or break new barriers toward exceptional personal achievement. In a recent interview, Dr. JRich said, “I have always liked to write and have wanted to write a series of books long before I became a psychologist.”
“It’s all B.S.! We’re All Wrong, and You’re All Right!” explores our respective belief systems (the “B.S.” in the book title) in a very approachable fashion and causes the readers to ask questions of themselves that help them unlock hidden potential and move past what often holds us back in our personal and professional lives.
"Challenge Your Perception, Change Your Results." ~ @RealDrJRich
Moments are what we aim for—being crowned champion, accepting the diploma, watching your child take his or her first steps. Indelible time stamps in our minds, and fleeting just the same. The moment there’s a slight shift in perspective or a nudge in a particular direction is all it takes to experience exponential gains down the road. And it really does just take moments!
About the Author As a World Champion and Pan Am Games Gold Medalist BMX racer, Dr. Jason Richardson always looked beyond the track to build advantages that would carry him through life. Throughout his racing career, Richardson set his eyes on several end and beginning points... earning a BA in Philosophy in 1997, an MBA in 2000, and his Doctorate in Psychology in 2010, while maintaining an ambitious racing schedule during most of his academic pursuits.
In 2010, “JRich” became known as “Dr. JRich” to clients, friends, and past competitors. His unique blend of education and professional experience sets the table for a business that plays an important role in the lives of clients in the corporate world, the entrepreneurial ecosystem, and the athletic field of play.