In her books, best-selling author, speaker and disability advocate, Tracee Garner demonstrates what it means to push through. She loves sharing stories around: overcoming adversity, dealing with disability an inaccessible world, finding support for mental health as a black women, and  encouraging others with disabilities, as well as their parents, that their attitude will have a positive or devastating effect on their child’s ability to develop a can-do outlook on life and their disability. 

Interestingly the thing that inspired me most about  Tracee was when, in a very humble way, she described herself as a wonderful and worthy person. What she has had to deal with, navigate and overcome to be able to make that statement is something every single person needs to hear. When we truly believe we are worthy and wonderful, anything is possible. Tracee has demonstrated this with her wonderful career and life success. Not only working in a full-time job she loves, she is the author of almost 20 books, a speaker and a coach. She is passionately impacting lives all around the world.

Tracee’s brand of amazing humor and encouragement, while still keeping it real with everyone who listens, will have people feeling better about whatever situations of life they find themselves in. She can teach listeners how to overcome personal and inner barriers as well as the one society places on all of us. This is a wonderful converstation for every single person.

To find out more about Tracee, go to her website

To access the FREE books Tracee mentioned, click here for the disability field guide, and click here for her fiction book, Whatever May Come.

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