"Asking for help is not a weakness, asking for help is a sign of strength"
Best Selling Author of “The Trauma Code” & “Thriving in Transition". Doug is an expert on disarming the ticking time bomb within today’s organizations; Cumulative Emotional Trauma in the Workplace.
Through his life story, Doug demonstrates a simple and repeatable system any individual or organization can use to increase and sustain mental high performance across all levels. It is a system that he has used in his own life to break through adversity, reach goals and build adaptive capacity in self and others. All businesses can leverage this awareness as competitive advantage.
At 18 years old, Doug was drafted 2nd overall into the NHL to play for the Los Angeles Kings as their youngest player ever. The next 11 years he was defined by hockey successes, hockey failures, his lack of awareness and the culture of a collision sport. His career ended suddenly at 29 years old when he shattered his spine in professional game #607 and suffered a high level spinal cord injury.
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The Trauma Code & Thriving In Transition: www.dougsmithperformance.com/#books
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