RACERS SHARE QUICK TIPS ON WINNING TO CHILDREN AND TEENS STAYING SAFE AT HOME
Car racers who work with Racers Who Care, Inc. are sharing their Quick Tips on Winning in Life with children and teens currently staying safe and well at home. The racers are adding their personal encouragement for the young audiences relating to coping with the unforeseen in life.
Racers Who Care, Inc., is a Hohenwald,Tennessee-based California 501c3 charitable corporation working with auto, boat, motorcycle and truck racers dedicated to making a positive difference for our next generation. RWC is now in its 27th year of operation.
Presentations, based on each racer’s own experiences, center on key universal truths RWC calls Quick Tips on Winning in Life, applicable to all children and teens regardless of age, cultural background, or life experience: find something to do in life that you really love, study, learn the art of teamwork, find a mentor, take the long view, be flexible with your dreams and goals, avoid the path of least resistance, and more.
Because of knowledge gained through learning the ropes of racing, attaining skills and becoming leaders in their field, racers are uniquely positioned to fill a void in youngsters’ general education between what they learn in school and what they need to know as they approach the realm of adulthood and entering the workplace, life skills such as how to: establish working relationships, develop coping skills, locate mentors, and other key practicalities.
Below are some of RWC’s racers’ words of encouragement to children and teens especially for this challenging era: