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. Bec 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 broken 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 Aussies 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 lower back 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 so consumed with emotional, physical, financial, and spiritual pain - the thought of starting over just seemed so useless and - she had no idea how. 

 

Over the next ten years - Rebecca's back injury deteriorated to the point where she could not sit. So since 2008 - her bed was her chair and her Mac was her office. Bec did not allow her back pain to own her - however, her life stumbled again in 2017 March when she woke up in pain and could not feel her arms and her hands had pins and needles. Bec was told by her surgeon Dr. Kam that her neck was a mess and so for the next 4 years she was basically bedridden to try and stay out of pain. 

 

Finally, in December 2020 Bec drove to Sydney to see Dr. Kam who booked her in for the neck operation straight away but he was more concerned about her lower back - mentioning it was in a dangerous state. 7th December 2020 Bec had two discs replaced and 36 days later - a two-level lower back operation which kept her in hospital for two weeks and three weeks in rehab before driving back home to Glen Innes on March the 1st 2021. Recovering well - Bec is walking thirty minutes a few days a week, stretching, and feeling good. 

Bec is now writing twenty-six books for six to twelve-year-olds - BTOPIA! The books will guide children, parents, grandparents, carers, and nannies to adopt the coping mechanisms to build their Emotional Intelligence for Mental Toughness. Allowing this to ignite the conversations and chatter so they are all on the same page and learning the language - it has to be done! Too many children are falling through the cracks and parents do not know how to correct it. Too many suicides and not enough support for parents - now here is the solution, learning the new behaviour. Learning about how to react, when to react, or - do not react at all. 

 

When the children are ready to enroll for High School - the 'Feel Free to Be You' program will follow with a phone app, a workbook journal, weekend workshops plus - a private place for teens to ask Bec questions online.

Rebecca is fiercely motivated on delivering programs to protect the teens who are so vulnerable. With a new back - she feels like she can do anything and is currently seeking the perfect investor who believes that behaviour can change and - create the new paths for teens to explore. They must understand that it is all about creating life!

Rebecca coaches Mental Toughness to rebuild the human spirit - as she understands what you need to create it! Bec lives on the other side of fear - and if you choose to join her, welcome to FREEDOM!

 

'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! 

 

Bec's Life So Far ....

 

Softball Career

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

 

NRL

Five Years Representing The NRL

Three years - Parramatta Eels Cheerleader 

Two years - North Sydney Bears Cheerleader

 

Employment

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

Nanny B

JaegerbombiNC Mental Toughness Coaching

ICMI Professional Speaker

 

Special Highlights

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

Website Background Image: Wild Women Sisterhood with permission

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