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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Motivational Speaker Addresses Area School Students

Motivational speaker Jeremy Anderson from Atlanta, GA, came to the Consistory in Coudersport, PA on Monday, November 4th and shared his story and his message. He is a leading educational expert, author, and one of the premier motivational speakers in the educational arena. Years ago, Jeremy experienced many challenges such as drug and alcohol abuse, repeated failure in school, a diagnosis of ADHD, and the absence of his biological father. Fortunately, Jeremy’s story didn’t end there. During his third attempt at the 9th grade, Jeremy came across a group of teachers who refused to give up on him. He eventually caught up with his right grade, received his high school diploma, and obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Today, Jeremy is the published author of six books, and has been privileged to travel across the globe with his motivational speaking and training. Jeremy is the CEO of The Jeremy Anderson Group, LLC., which is an Educational Consulting Firm. His wife Traci is the president of their non-profit Next Level Living, Inc. Jeremy, his wife Traci and their two children Jaxon and Jewel, live happily in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Students in grades 5-12 attended from five school districts (Austin, Coudersport, Galeton, Northern Potter, and Port Allegany) and heard Jeremy share information about his struggles in school (both academically and behaviorally), and his determination to overcome all the obstacles. He strongly and passionately reminded students that each and every one of them is destined for greatness if they’re willing to put in the work. He shared his message that “Hard work pays off!” Their struggles and their DNA don’t determine their destiny; their decisions do. He also reminded students that words are powerful, and he challenged each of them to use their words and actions to be supportive of others and to give back to their peers, their families and their communities. Jeremy’s presentations were amazing and resonated with area students.
This event was sponsored by Potter County Human Services and the Potter County Education Council.


Anonymous said...

Awesome story of Jeremy’s life, I can only pray the students comprehended every word he said & know they have a destiny for their lives, & each one has a purpose & plan for their lives ahead of them.

John R. Stilson said...

Post 2:35, I agree 100%. Hard lessons in life will be learned sooner or later.