What would you say to Roger Goodell?
In conjunction with the NFL's efforts to resolve legal issues and help players at the pro level, Roger Goodell and others are leading the way to make sports healthy and safe for players of all ages beginning with its inaugural Youth Sports Health and Safety Workshop August 22, 2012 at NFL headquarters in NYC.
What would you say to Roger
Life Radio Show on Blog Talk Radio, August 10, 2012
New York, August 7, 2012: Lorraine Esposito, professional life coach, is among the invited contributors to the NFL's inaugural Youth Sports Health and Safety Workshop August 22, 2012.
The NFL recently launched a comprehensive wellness program for current and retired players. "NFL Total Wellness will empower players to make positive health decisions. . ." Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner
NFL Youth Health & Safety Workshop
In conjunction with its efforts to help players at the professional level, the NFL is leading the way for a healthier and safer game for players of all ages. On August 22, 2012, Lorraine Esposito is invited to contribute along side NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Scott Hallenbeck, USA Football Executive Director, and specialists like Dr. Elizabeth Pieroth, Board Certified Neuropsychologist, Head Injury Consultant, Chicago Bears, and Kelly Sarmiento, Health Communications Specialist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Various speakers will highlight the NFL's work to make youth sports safer and then the fun begins—an open and sure to be lively discussion follows.
The opportunity to create something wonderful exists right now.
Leading up to the inaugural NFL event August 22, Lorraine will actively engage parents, coaches, and safety experts through blogs, radio interviews, and live appearances. Articles are already posted on Peacemaker-Coach.com and Technorati.
The first of several radio interviews Friday, August 10, 2012 2:00 PM Eastern.