Wow! After this podcast episode, you will be inspired to go do something good for somebody! Kent Wellington is an attorney with Graydon Law by day, but what he has done with his ‘free time’ is inspiring. After his wife, Karen, passed away from cancer, Kent and his two kids, decided to launch the Karen Wellington Foundation. The foundation provides vacations, spa days, or other activities to women living with cancer and their families. Kent is also a co-founder of Saturday Hoops, a mentor program that uses basketball and life skill educational sessions to help underprivileged youth.
Kent is driven by his faith, desire to never grow weary of doing good (Galatians 6:9) and his personal vision statement. This is a can’t miss episode!
In this episode, you’ll discover…
- The powerful way humor helps maintain your sanity even as your wife battles breast cancer ([2:26])
- The “Prayers and Seinfeld Recipe” that puts winning at work and home on “easy mode” ([3:01])
- How running, biking, and swimming brings you closer to God ([14:21])
- Why applying a basketball coach’s game plan to your life helps you overcome your most challenging obstacles ([20:04])
- Are you bored or unfulfilled at work? Here’s how a personal vision statement changes that tonight ([31:00])
- How to never fear failure again for as long as you live ([34:28])
Kent Wellington’s bio:
Kent’s bio is best captured here at the Graydon Law page where it provides his bio, his story, his areas of legal expertise, as well as his contact information.
Do you need a vision statement?
Kent and I discuss the power of having our own vision statements. If you are looking for how to construct one that is customized to you, check out this page where I share a blog I wrote about making a vision statement or this podcast where I provide the framework to build it.
Are you crushing it at work but struggling at home?
If you’re looking for a resource to help you with these times when your work is now in your home, check out my book Win At Home First on Amazon. Forbes Magazine rated it one of 7 books everyone on your team should read.