44 min

48: The Business of Philanthropy with RC Hah‪n‬ Seraphiend

    • Documentary

Regan “RC” Hahn has had her share of trauma in her life, but she’s not one to let that get her down. She looks at trauma and difficult circumstances as an opportunity to build resilience and become unbreakable.
 
Lately, RC has been pursuing non-profit philanthropy through her foundation, Adjusting Fate Foundation. She helps bring health and fitness resources to women struggling with sexual and domestic abuse.
 
RC’s personal story is that health and fitness and her time in the gym saved her life. The gym became her safe place and because of it, her life took a different trajectory.
 
Since at least 18 years old, RC has had a vision for starting this foundation. She spent some of her career working for other nonprofits and in corporate America all the while with a passion for her own non-profit taking the back burner.
 
Eventually, she walked away from it all to pursue her own non-profit.
 
Trauma and brokenness are opportunities to be better once you heal and then you become unbreakable.
 
Your mind controls your muscles, so in RC’s viewpoint, you can do anything
 
RC has 2 rules for her classes:
 
Have fun because exercise is a celebration. Don’t quit. Give 100% all the time, even if your 100% looks different than someone else’s 100%.


There is no doubt that 2020 has not been easy, but we have so much that we are still in control of. RC uses her circle of friends to support her through tough times and difficult circumstances.

Regan “RC” Hahn has had her share of trauma in her life, but she’s not one to let that get her down. She looks at trauma and difficult circumstances as an opportunity to build resilience and become unbreakable.
 
Lately, RC has been pursuing non-profit philanthropy through her foundation, Adjusting Fate Foundation. She helps bring health and fitness resources to women struggling with sexual and domestic abuse.
 
RC’s personal story is that health and fitness and her time in the gym saved her life. The gym became her safe place and because of it, her life took a different trajectory.
 
Since at least 18 years old, RC has had a vision for starting this foundation. She spent some of her career working for other nonprofits and in corporate America all the while with a passion for her own non-profit taking the back burner.
 
Eventually, she walked away from it all to pursue her own non-profit.
 
Trauma and brokenness are opportunities to be better once you heal and then you become unbreakable.
 
Your mind controls your muscles, so in RC’s viewpoint, you can do anything
 
RC has 2 rules for her classes:
 
Have fun because exercise is a celebration. Don’t quit. Give 100% all the time, even if your 100% looks different than someone else’s 100%.


There is no doubt that 2020 has not been easy, but we have so much that we are still in control of. RC uses her circle of friends to support her through tough times and difficult circumstances.

44 min

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