Jason Beckwith poses with a few of the club members who were in attendance.
By Brad Rapp
The battle through COVID over the last two years has taken an emotional toll on all of us, but especially kids who struggled through remote learning and saw their social worlds turned upside down. There were no winners.
Pictured above is motivational speaker, Jason Beck of JSB Works LLC, with a few members of the Boys and Girls Club Along The Allegheny. Jason presented a four week series with the club members about empowerment. Jason is also the founder of “Action in Recovery” a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization who’s goal is to help people in recovery and make them feel good about themselves by making a positive difference in the community.
Jason spent the last four weeks talking about individual value and selfworth. “Every one of you has a purpose in life. Do not let anyone tell you that you are not good enough, stated Beckwith who is a certified recovery specialist. Beckwith stressed the importance of helping others and being accountable and responsible to yourself.
Beckwith spent the major portion of his own life in and out of facilities and in jail until one day it clicked. “Emotionally I was out of touch with reality, it was always about me and it was not until I began to see the value in myself and others that my life changed. We all have something good to give Beckwith stated to members of the Boys & Girls Club Along The Allegheny. Beckwith stressed the importance of attitude and perception. “You should never allow someone else to control who you are, and what you want to do in life”.
Any church, company or organization wishing to learn more about his services can contact him via email at email@example.com or contact him at 724-996-4373.