Sep 11, 2019
Emily Harman, host of
Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Corporate Sales Coach, Entrepreneur,
and Marine Corps Veteran. Every year TShane hikes across America as a
Motivational Keynote Speaker to Inspire the Homeless, Veterans,
Communities, and raise awareness about Veteran suicides. His
journey has covered over 7,000 Miles, 20 states, speaking in 60
plus cities, passing out over 10,000 Hygiene kits to those in need
and raising over $150,000 in non profit funds in 65 days. TShane
also successfully operates three businesses, and is a #1 Best
Harman introduces TShane Johnson
- TShane Johnson shares how he went from being a
Marine to an entrepreneur and performing charity
is “The Unstoppable Tour” all about?
is it about TShane that made him take action when he saw a homeless
man needing help?
long did TShane serve in the Marine Corps and where did he
- TShane discusses getting robbed and severely
beaten by gang members.
- TShane shares what he learned by talking to
homeless people across the United States.
- TShane shares his recommendation for addressing
TShane think he will ever run for political
is the biggest surprise - something he didn't expect - while on
these long walks?
- TShane discusses “The Unstoppable Tour” and how
he is training for the tour..
actions should Onward Podcast listeners take to help spread TShane
and TShane discuss the challenges parents face in working and
3 Key Points:
- Struggle can make you strong. Adversity is the
greatest teacher of all.
a cause and take action. Talk to people to gain perspective and
shape your actions.
- Politicians don’t resolve problems. It starts
with the family. Put your family first, before social media likes
or making tons of money. Know who you are. Money isn’t everything,
- “Adversity is the greatest teacher of all. People do try to avoid it.
I have this saying, ‘We purchase pleasure for our inability to
endure pain.’” – TShane
- “Homelessness is outdated. It needs to be
rebranded because what happens is that we lump it into a complete
group and it’s actually broken up into segments. Many of us are one
crisis away from being homeless.” – TShane Johnson
need to stop blaming everybody else - just start at home. Dads,
when you wake up, hug that little nugget. Love them, kiss them,
tell them they’re important, annoy them, do all of the things that
they don’t like because one day they’ll really appreciate it! Paint
your fingernails, put makeup on….who cares, show her that she is
important and she’ll never have to search for that from someone
else. She will always feel full.” – TShane Johnson