Second Chance to Live — Lessons from my Journey — More Insights Gained Part 8 Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on November 15, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. In Part 7 of this article I shared some of the insights that I wanted to share during my keynote presentation at the Southwest Conference on Disability 2013. I would invite you to read each part of this article series by clicking on these links: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6 and Part 7.
Each Part builds upon what I shared in previous Part (s) of the article series.
In the 8th and final Part of this article series I will share few of the other insights that I have learned on my journey and would have liked to have shared at the conference. I go into more detail in articles that I have written for Second Chance to Live. If you would like me to share more information with you surrounding what I shared in the Parts of this article series, please let me know my friend. I would be happy to share more detail with you.
To hear some of the lessons and insights that I gained through my journey please watch both Part 7 and Part 8 of this series.
To watch and listen Part 8 of this series, please click on this link: Second Chance to Live — Lessons from my Journey — More Insights Gained Part 8 Video Presentation
To watch and listen to Part 7 of this series, please click on the following link: Second Chance to Live–Lessons from my Journey– Insights Gained Part 7 Video Presentation
In the event that you would also like to read Part 7 and Part 8 of this series, please click on these links:
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