Jay Williams speaks with Tom Bilyeu about his comeback, and it is highly inspiring!
Jason David Williams is an American former basketball player and current television analyst. He played college basketball for the Duke University Blue Devils and professionally for the Chicago Bulls in the NBA.
Jay Williams is one of the most accomplished college basketball players of all time. And with predictions of becoming the next Michael Jordan, he was drafted number two overall by the Chicago Bulls in the 2002 NBA draft. At just 21 years-old, he achieved his dream of playing in the NBA and became a multimillionaire. But months away from his second season, he suffered a devastating motorcycle accident leading to 10 surgeries, several months in the ICU, and unclear of whether he would walk again, let alone play the sport he loved. But in spite of all that, Jay leveraged the darkness in his life as a stepping stone to claw his way toward physical and mental reconstruction. Today, not only is he thriving, but he has carved an incredible new path as one of the most popular ESPN analysts. Listen in as this sought after motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and member of the board of USA Basketball opens up to Tom Bilyeu about what it means to redefine the narrative of the comeback story in this episode of Impact Theory.
Jay Williams wrote a book called: Life Is Not an Accident: A Memoir of Reinvention
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