REACH Interview Series: Adrianne Haslet

The Reach Interview Series is an informal dialogue between me and respected thought leaders around the theme of my new book, Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence.

Adrianne Haslet has an incredible story to tell.  As a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing, Adrianne has worked in a fiercely determined way to find her “new normal” following a life-altering tragedy – reclaiming her love of ballroom dancing… climbing mountains… running in road races… becoming a keynote speaker… and finding great meaning in her work as an advocate for amputee rights.   Hers is a truly inspirational story of stepping outside one’s comfort zone.  Have a listen!


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Prescriptive and based not only on my groundbreaking research but on my own quest to get out of my comfort zone, Reach will help you take the thing you are most afraid of doing and make it a proud part of your personal repertoire.

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