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You touched many lives on October 17th, mine included. Thank you for the gift of laughter that you provided. You are an inspiration and received rave reviews from all in attendance.
John W. Andrews, Executive Director
Brain Injury Association of Washington
The message that "Winners Don't Quit" was exactly the message the conference tries o convey. May you never have another crash of any shape or size and may you find all the open doors you seek.
Marilyn Finney Steering Committe Chair
Midland Empire Resources for Independent Living
We would highly recommend you to any other college. You were a wonderful speaker and we hope to work with you again in the future. Thanks again.
Tacoma Community College
Student Programs Multicultural/Educational Team
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If you’re talking about an unhealthy addiction to mind-altering chemicals or a counter-productive addiction to negative thinking and speaking, then of course those addictions should be broken.
It’s one thing to stop doing something unhealthy you’re addicted to, but it’s entirely different to stay stopped. Continue reading
Outside my disability imposed comfort zone of the hospital, rehab floors and therapy rooms, I felt as out out of place as a dirty, scruffy hobo trying to blend in at a refined baby shower. Being comfortable seemed unattainable. Continue reading
Al Foxx, a disabled inspirational and motivational speaker is also a member of Toastmasters International and continues to hone his speaking skills and personal presence. Continue reading
Everybody from people with undeniably determined Attitudes to tweenagers with low riding jeans and devil may care Attitudes packed the mall.
I fell into both categories. Sometimes I struggled to believe I had a purpose for what I did, but not today. Today I had a purpose. My whole reason for being at the mall was to purchase some positive Attitude.
I knew where to look, too, Continue reading
Inspirational Speaker As the new year approaches, experience tells me that many people, especially resilient people with disabilities, get inspired to expand our horizons by expanding our abilities. Whether disabled or not, we can begin every day like it’s the … Continue reading