Aaron Keith Hawkins is the host of Unbreakable Success podcast, a personal performance, and relationship coach who works empathetically and strategically to guide his clients toward transformational changes in their personal lives, careers, and marriages. Aaron has spent over 2 decades as a public servant. Currently a Police Captain, he's still serving his New Jersey community as a Law Enforcement Executive.
In this episode, Jake dives in Aaron’s professional and personal journey, his mission is to help you recognize that you're capable of succeeding in literally every aspect of your daily life once you realize success is a lifestyle, not a trophy.
Aaron shares how his near-death experience helped him ultimately change his direction and the trajectory of his life - and how you can take that same change without a near-death experience.
Megan Benzik is CrossFit Games Regional Athlete and CrossFit trainer. Meg's story is of the true power of perseverance. After being diagnosed with lupus at the age of 12, she has continued to fight the autoimmune disease to achieve her athletic goals. Living her fitness passion, Meg is using her diagnosis as a way to inspire her clients to reach for more. Meg is inspiring, driven and is a testimony to the importance of self love and support.
In this episode, I’m here to motivate you to fight. Fight for the life of your dreams. Fight for your goals. Fight for your future. Realize three things: your story matters, you are in charge of writing it and that some of our greatest blessings can be packaged in unappealing boxes. I encourage you to read A Million Miles In A Thousand Years by Donald Miller, a book that inspired me to grab the pen and start writing a story worth reading.
In this episode, former pro boxer & current celebrity personal trainer Holly Lawson leads us through the difficulties that granted her the strength and ability to become a successful fighter.
We emphasize the importance of introspective thinking and ensuring that after tough times we do everything in our power to support and grow from the experience. Holly’s in-depth look into her fighting journey is one of the most inspiring stories of the Better Than Yesterday podcast.