The key to overcoming obstacles is setting a goal, says Adam Greenberg, a former major league baseball player and motivational speaker.
“No matter what’s going on, always persevere and always get up, because that’s why we were given the opportunity we have to live and have the life we have,” says Greenberg.
Greenberg, 36, dedicated his life to becoming a major league baseball player, and on July 7, 2005 he stepped up to the plate for the Chicago Cubs. During his debut at-bat, he was struck in the back of the head with a 92-mph fastball, effectively ending his career in the majors.
He’s the guest speaker for the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona’s “Men’s Night Out” fundraising event on Thursday, April 20.
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Originally published on April 14, 2017.