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Shay Eskew's life story is inspirational. He ranks in the top 1% of IRONMAN worldwide despite burns on 65% of his body. He is an active father of 5 children while managing a successful professional and speaking career. He is now an author.    Learn his story and techniques for motivation on this episode of The Resilient Advisor with Jay Coulter.      Connect With Shay   Book: What The Fire Ignited   Website: www.shayeskew.com   Facebook: www.facebook.com/ShayEskew   Twitter: https://twitter.com/shayeskew   LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/shayeskew         About Shay     Shay is an All American / All World ranked triathlete, former black bear researcher, burn survivor with scars over 65% of his body and sought out motivational speaker/author. At the age of 8, Shay was set afire by a neighbor’s child and credited with saving the life of his 7 year old friend. Despite being told he’d never play sports again, enduring over 35 surgeries the last 36 years, Shay is a 4x IRONMAN, 4x member of Team USA, 25x IRONMAN 70.3, ranked top 1% of IRONMAN worldwide, and has competed in 10 triathlon World Championships in 7 countries on 4 continents, including the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona, Hawaii (competed at the 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in South Africa). Additionally, Shay is a sponsored triathlete of Newton Running and First Endurance and an inaugural cohort of exceptional service-oriented athletes known as the Malama Club, long standing members of the IRONMAN Foundation ambassador team.   Shay received a BS (cum laude) and an MBA (finance) from the University of Tennessee.  Most importantly, Shay recently celebrated his 15yr wedding anniversary and is the proud father of 5 kids under 12.
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