Host John Chester talks with U.S. Army Veteran Trevon Ferguson about his experience as an immigrant and epilepsy survivor, and the mental toughness that initiated his Ziglar Training Certificate. Trevon played professional soccer in Germany, went on NATO missions, and focused on technology before he eventually landed in Dallas.
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Trevon suffered a traumatic brain injury while on duty that resulted in depression, and eventually grand maul epileptic seizures due to the scar tissue left on his brain. The commitment to his marriage and family cemented their decision to look at the epilepsy as a gift and to see how they could use it and give it to the world in a positive way.
Epilepsy is like autism in that there is a spectrum. Trevon discusses what this meant in terms of medication, depression, and massive life change. John asks him about his music choices and what he was listening to during this time. Listen in to learn how music becomes a tool, similar to art, or light. Trevon enjoys lower frequencies to calm him down.
As a Ziglar Trainer, Trevon feels a strong responsibility to share his message of hope. He found great support through the Adaptive Training Foundation, adding tools to his toolbox and positioning him to take control of his life in a whole new way. Find out how.
You’ll love this powerful conversation and find new value in your own positive playlist!
To work with Trevon Ferguson, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at 469-920-9103. The epilepsy website mentioned in this interview is OverWatchDH.com. Connect with him on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.
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