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Jessica Cox on achieving the impossible

Filipina-American #motivationalspeaker#JessicaCox​ is an amazing reminder that anyone can achieve the impossible. Born with disability of having no arms, Jessica often questioned her mom as to why God made her as such. But with the support and acceptance of her family, she shelved the useless questioning and focused on learning how she can thrive. Facing each fear head on and unlocking new achievement after another brought her new confidence to keep pushing forward. Today, she has made history as the the world’s first #armlesspilot​.

Watch Jessica’s So Inspiring story about her childhood life, her Filipino upbringing raised by her mother from Mercedes, Eastern Samar to finding her life partner and husband, Patrick Chamberlain. She also expresses support to our Fil-Am community against racism, amplifying that the world needs to recognize the differences we have. Reminding us all to hold our head high, to keep the inner faith, high self-esteem and self-worth. As Jessica dauntlessly voiced: “no one can make you feel inferior without your permission”.

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Jessica is recognized internationally as an inspirational keynote speaker. Born without arms, Jessica now flies airplanes, drives cars, and otherwise lives a normal life using her feet as others use their hands. She holds the title of the first person without arms to earn a black belt in ATA Martial Arts andthe Guinness World Record for being the first armless person in aviation history to earn a pilot’s certificate. Convinced that the way we think has a greater impact on our lives than our physical constraints, Jessica chose to pursue a degree in psychology at the University of Arizona. Since then she has traveled to 26 countries on six continents sharing her inspirational message.

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