SPECIALISED MENTAL TOUGHNESS COACH
ICMI PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER
Rebecca Jaeger Has Lost Count Of The Number Of Times She Has Failed.
Reflecting On The Moments Of Failure, She Now Smiles,
Because Her Interpretation Of 'Failure' Is Completely Different To What It Used To Be.
Today, she embraces 'every failed attempt' with her goals, because it has led her to where she is now and that is what she is grateful for. Her 'failures' became her compass and they shaped her emotionally, mentally and spiritually. She believes she would not be the person she is today without them.
Former three-time Australian Softball Champion and five-time NRL Cheerleader, Rebecca Jaeger is a qualified Sports & Performance Coach specialising in Mental Toughness. She is also creating and planning the unthinkable - the building of free retreats Australia-wide for abused, neglected, homeless and suicidal children and teens. Her vision is also to add a Veteran Village to each one so that our homeless Aussie Vets and current Servicemen and Servicewomen in need, have a place to go to - a safe place where they can work towards self-renewal.
Rebecca grew up in Toongabbie, Parramatta, a satellite city in western Sydney Australia, and has only one thing on her mind - the constant suffering of Australians and the political ignorance surrounding it. Her daily concerns for the welfare of struggling Aussie's have motivated her to create change in their world.
Rebecca's fight for survival started in the late nineties - after making attempts on her own life. Crippled with pain and unable to work, Rebecca's world crumbled when she was told by her Doctor that her world as she knew it - was now over. No more softball or dancing as she would only end up on the floor and in more pain. Rebecca lost her identity and was consumed with emotional, physical, financial and spiritual pain. She had to start over again and had no idea how.
Fast-forward to today and Rebecca coaches Mental Toughness to rebuild the human spirit - as she understands what you need to create it! Rebecca's back injury has deteriorated to the point where she cannot sit for long, however, she will not allow the back injury to own her - it is more about managing it.
'Home' - is her stronger sense of self and her postcode is country. Bec values the Traditional Owners and all that is Mother Earth - 'grounding is important and feeling free is her way of life' - the connectedness to the truth!
Always tuning into Elvis, Aretha and inspired by Jewel Kilcher, Bec love blues and soul music.
Her favourite colour is merlot and........apparently is still single because she wears bad perfume, however -she believes it is because she is building her 'ROME!'
Bec lives on the other side of fear - and if you choose to join her, welcome to FREEDOM!
Bec's Life So Far ....
Two years Wentworthville RSL Softball Club
Five years Phoenix Softball Club (WRSL no longer wanted a
girls softball team and her parents along with many others
created Phoenix Softball Club)
Two years Blacktown Workers Softball Club
One year Castle Hill Softball Club
One year Grantham Strikers Club
Five years Killara Softball Club
Seven years representing Cumberland Nepean Regional Softball Teams
Two years representing North Shore District Softball
Four years State NSW Softball Champion
Three years representing NSW State Softball Teams
Three years Australian National Softball Champion
Five Years Representing The NRL
Three years - Parramatta Eels Cheerleader
Two years - North Sydney Bears Cheerleader
Three years retail with Sportsgirl -
(Manager with Cadetship completed)
Sheraton Mirage, Port Douglas
Great Keppel Island Resort
Daydream Island Resort
Airlie Beach nightclubs
Fitness Leader - Tsu City - Nagoya-Japan
JaegerbombiNC Mental Toughness Coaching
ICMI Professional Speaker
Living on the Great Barrier Reef
Skydiving Tandem over Great Keppel Island twice and once over the Hume Hwy!
Surviving suicide and rising like the Phoenix
Sydney 2000 Olympic Torchbearer [route: Lake Cathie, NSW]
ICMI Professional Speaker
Creating The Phoenix Rising Foundation Ltd
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