Aaron Golub believes that nothing is impossible. As the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division I game at Tulane University, his remarkable story caught the attention of the national press and he instantly became a symbol of thriving against all odds.
Today, Aaron is a motivational speaker, inspiring individuals and businesses to reach their full potential. He shares his story of perseverance, including how he understood achieving his goal meant he would have to work 30x harder than everyone else.
Aaron distinguishes between being passionate about something and being obsessed. He admits he was obsessed with reaching his goal and committed to achieving it. In this episode of Motivational Mondays, Aaron shares how he overcame adversity and blocked out the naysayers.
You’ll learn how Aaron ignored negativity and stayed positive, why he chose to become a long-snapper, and more about his career as a sought-after motivational speaker.