“Just take one step. Just one step. That’s all you need to do” says Retired Master Sergeant Cedric King. He’s used that philosophy to finish five Boston Marathons, two New York City Marathons, several half-Ironman triathlons, and many other challenges… all as a double amputee. King lost his legs in 2012 after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan. That could have been his breaking point, but, he says, he made the choice to make it his “making point.”
This decorated Army veteran’s courage, determination and resiliency will inspire you. His story will make you think long and hard about what you think you can and can’t do with your life.
Click this link to get your copy of King’s book, “The Making Point,” and learn how to turn your breaking point into your making point.
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