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Aim High [PDF / Epub] ☄ Aim High By Tanni Grey-Thompson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Aim High is an inspirational book written by the UK s leading wheelchair athlete She has won medals, eleven of which are gold, countless European titles, six London Marathons and over world records Aim High is an inspirational book written by the UK s leading wheelchair athlete She has wonmedals, eleven of which are gold, countless European titles, six London Marathons and overworld records have catapulted this Welsh wheelchair athlete so firmly into the public consciousness Aim High reveals what has motivated her through her best and worst times.

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  • Aim High
  • Tanni Grey-Thompson
  • 14 October 2019

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10 thoughts on “Aim High

  1. Paul Paul says:

    I am not entirely sure how I ended up reading this It is a brief about 60 pages attempt at an inspirational call to aspire and achieve no matter what your situation and aims Tanni Grey Thompson is a Welsh former wheelchair athlete who had a significant impact on the growth and development of the Paralympics in Britain Grey Thompson is now a baroness and sits in the House of Lords as a cross bencher She is also on a number of boards promoting sport, disability rights and transport Grey Tho I am not entirely sure how I ended up reading this It is a brief about 60 pages attempt at an inspirational call to aspire and achieve no matter what your situation and aims Tanni Grey Thompson is a Welsh former wheelchair athlete who had a significant impact on the growth and development of the Paralympics in Britain Grey Thompson is now a baroness and sits in the House of Lords as a cross bencher She is also on a number of boards promoting sport, disability rights and transport Grey Thompson has Spina Bifida and has been a wheelchair user since she was about five She describes it thus I could walk till about the age of five or six I don t remember exactly But as I grew, my legs couldn t support the increase in my bodyweight, because of my condition, and I slowly became paralysed So I didn t, unlike others, have to suffer some dramatic accident, or spend months on end in a spinal unit For me, becoming a wheelchair user wasn t an awful experience Although I had stopped walking I didn t feel that something had been taken away Having said this, the last few months when I was walking were pretty tough this was the only time in my life that I have felt really disabled I couldn t do the things that I wanted to do like run away from my mum Having a wheelchair gave me a renewed sense of freedom Because many people think that the life of a wheelchair user is pretty miserable, they make judgements about it But the wheelchair allowed me once again to do the things that I wanted to do, such as trying to run away from my mother, chasing after my older sister, and being with my friends This is a run through of Grey Thompson s career, the ups and downs and setbacks with commentary on what motivated her and what can be learnt and applied to one s own life There are a few simple pointers work hard, keep your goals in mind and adapt to the unexpected It is all common sense and obvious and difficult to disagree with.I do have reservations though not about hard work and motivation, butabout the many vulnerable members of society whose abilities and capabilities are compromised Not everyone can achieve in the way that Grey Thompson did Not everyone can achieve a dream of becoming a pop idol or a footballer This leaves a lot of people with unfulfilled ambitions, perhaps feeling like failures They need inspiration too

  2. Neelam Babul Neelam Babul says:

    An inspiring and highly influential book serving as a guide point for everyone who wants to achieve success and accomplish great results in life Despite being confined to a wheelchair since childhood Tanni has not let that turn into a reason for self pity Instead, she has accomplished great feats and serves as an inspiration for everyone of us.

  3. Amanda Lavelle Amanda Lavelle says:

    3.5 stars

  4. Joanne Morris Joanne Morris says:

    Inspirational and motivating book About self motivation and hard work and preparation

  5. Sukhita Sukhita says:

    I really enjoyed this I feel it reminds people to work with what they have.

  6. Adisha Kariyawasam Adisha Kariyawasam says:

    Very good, easy to read and highly inspirational book Highly recommended

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