Ex-Olympian, Bruce Jenner has concluded plans to motivate transgenders through the art of life coaching.
65-years old ex-Olympian, Bruce Jenner has concluded plans to motivate transgenders through the art of life coaching.
This is coming days after the father of 10 kids and stepkids came out of the closet as a transgender in an exclusive interview session with Diane Sawyer on Saturday, April 24, 2015.
With a strong belief that his move to motivate and give support to transgenders is going to change the world, Us Weekly reports that Jenner's upcoming E! series which would document his transition would be a revival of his motivational speaking career.
"What I'm doing is going to do some good. And we're going to change the world. I really firmly believe that. We're going to make a difference in the world with what we're doing," he told Sawyer in his interview.
Jenner's move has been lauded by the executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, Mara Keisling who said, 'All of us who have struggled with coming out know what a monumental thing it is to have Bruce Jenner come out as trans. He has been trying to outrun this for around 60 years — that's a lot of outrunning, even for a decathlon champ. It takes a lot of courage.'