Freedom from Fear and Limitations
How to master, disintegrate & overcome your fears from self-doubt and self-imposed limitations
Discovering your Strengths
The SOLUTION to discovering your Strengths and unleashing your Genius
Make Life a Mission, not an Intermission
The MYSTERY on how to go from VISION to REALITY
Changing Habits & Standards
~ CHANGE your LIFE ~
KEY to learn, grow & become better than you've ever been
Overcome Challenges & Adversity
We all have challenges, but the SECRET is to not let those Challenges have us
Justin Osmond was born with a severe/profound hearing loss. Diagnosed at the age of 2 with a 90% hearing loss and after 12 years of intense speech and listening therapy, he can now speak with passion and through modern-day technology, hear with conviction. Considering the fact that he was a couple years behind his peers, he has shown through intense dedication, mental toughness and physical exertion, that nothing can stop him from going after his dreams.
Despite living with a profound hearing loss, Justin pressed forward with a perfect brightness of hope and a love for all humanity. Even after being told by doctors, teachers and professionals that he would never play a musical instrument, he went on to play the violin, viola, piano, and drums. He has received numerous awards such as the prestigious sterling scholarship in music, academic scholarships, honorary achievements, and many athletic titles in soccer, football, basketball, and track. He is also proud to represent the Boy Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout, and he currently has his Master’s in Business Administration.
Justin is a family man who resides with his sweetheart, Kristi in the mountains of Utah. Justin loves 4-wheeling, boating, camping, anything outdoors, and spending time witih family and friends. Justin knows first-hand what it is like to live in a world without sound. In his recently published book “Hearing with my Heart”, he shares his story with the world in order to help everyone understand the struggles of living with a hearing loss and how to overcome it. He lives every day by his personal motto: “I may have a hearing loss, but that hearing loss does not have me.