Heroes: They motivate me to share my story and inspire others.
Heroes in real life don’t wear masks and capes. Sometimes they don’t stand out at all. But real heroes can save a life, or many lives just by answering the call in their heart. In the darkest period of my life, when I couldn’t help myself, my heroes were there. As I began to fight my way through, there they were, cheering me on, and encouraging me to reach out beyond what I thought I could do. We all have the power to change the course in life, despite the overwhelming odds. Sometimes we just need someone to lean over and whisper, “You can do it!”
I believe that I am not really much different than anybody else. I have no superhero powers. The gift I have to share is what I have received from others – to encourage, inspire and overcome any obstacle!
I would love to have the opportunity to speak at your community event, charity or school to share what I have learned about how to “Rock Your Disability” and overcome the challenges you are facing to come out on top.