About Speaker John Register…
People have the courage to change their lives after hearing John’s presentation.
Guaranteed to be one of the most authentic, riveting, edge of your seat, presentations, that will inspire you and your team to create the new normal.
John’s authenticity means your team will not be listening to a talking head who shares stories and examples from other peoples experience; it will be 100% John.
John also couples his presentation style be not being a talking head, as he puts it, “I’m not the talking head expert, I am the facilitator of the brilliance already in the room. Together we discover what is greater.” – John Register
Testimonial: “John is one of those rare authentic inspirational catalysts who make you believe anything is possible. As the first female amputee of the Iraq War, it was John Register who totally changed my direction in life. He is one of those rare individuals who makes everyone believe anything is possible.” -Melissa Stockwell, United States Army, Purple Heart recipient, bronze medalist, 2016 Paralympic Games, Triathlon
What happens when a four-time all-American collegiate track athlete; 2 times Olympic Trials Qualifier; and United States Army Gulf War Veteran; suffers a career-ending injury and then subsequently has his left leg amputated?
Well, for John Register, just 27 months post surgery he qualified and made the Paralympic swim team. Four years later, after re-learning how to run on a prosthesis, John ran and jumped into the history books winning the long jump silver medal in Sydney, Australia.
John now uses the lessons he learned about change management, competitive advantage, and resilience to demonstrate to business leaders and sport collegiate professionals the process of hurdling Adversity and creating a new normal in life.
John has a unique ability to take the lessons he learned and make them relevant to each audience. His dynamic, authentic and engaging personality coupled with his expertise to facilitate real change during his presentation, makes him a highly sought after experiential speaker and trainer. It is probably why he was asked to give not one, but two, TEDx talks.