Bruce Boguski, author, motivational speaker, columnist and media personality is well known for his ability to inspire others to "Do the Impossible". Bruce knows firsthand the attitude and skills required to overcome physical and mental challenges.
At age 18, Bruce was partially paralyzed in an automobile accident and after doctors warned that he might never walk again, he left the hospital six months later under his own power. After a two-year struggle to regain full use of his body, Bruce went on to become a two-time state champion in racquetball and played for a state championship softball team. He was the head baseball coach, and assistant football coach at Van Buren High School in N.W. Ohio and also the tennis coach at The University of Findlay.
Today, being able to talk from personal experience, he speaks to groups of all types — teachers, students, salespeople, secretaries, executives, healthcare professionals, etc. — on how attitude makes the difference in whatever we do. He is an internationally known presenter on motivational tactics and mental toughness training for business and sports. Using high energy, interactive techniques to inspire and delight his audiences has made him one of the most "in-demand" speakers in the business. He is the author of the book "The Testing Zone" and has written many columns for several sports magazines. He has been featured on many radio and television talk shows.