When it comes to being disabled - there are
two kinds of people
in the world...
#1? The "My
life is over guy" otherwise considered,
"the whiner" -
Yes, he's disabled (of course this could be a "she"
too) and he wants everyone to know JUST how much he hurts,
how hard it is, how his life has been "ruined", how no one
really understands his situation, and how he can't catch a
break at getting a job, a girlfriend, a wife, or even a bus!
And on and on it goes...
#2? The "Action
Taker" - Yes, he
too is disabled, perhaps very severely - he's not crazy
about that fact, but he's decided to take action in life and
in all that surrounds him. He'll probably never
skydive or become a Navy SEAL...but he recognizes that there
are still hundreds, even thousands of things he can do and
enjoy; including make a great living, and even start a
family. He's decided to "Live Large" in spite of
his disability. He's chosen to get some
training if needed, spend some money on self education, and
move forward with a vengeance!!
begs the proverbial question...
Which one are you? and...
Which one do you want to become?
(By the way...if you're person #1, the whiner, you
CAN Change - we'll show you how!)
If you're disabled or you
someone who's handicapped
(family, friend, spouse)
material will make a huge difference in your life...
Because, Even When
Life is Worth Living AND it's Worth
Our web site, materials, and audios are committed to helping you, your friend
and your family member do just that!...Get past
excuses, the rationalizations,
and the procrastination...
For Instance, In Our
Living Large Audio Series we give
practical answers on these topics and more...
handicap be conquered? Or are you doomed to live a pitiful
and depressing existence?
Is it possible to fall in love
with a disabled person and make it work out? How?
What do you need to know?
How to overcome past
criticisms that keep you from conquering your handicap and
REALLY living life!
Why identifying and
tightening your worldview (fancy term) will improve your
ability to live successfully, in spite of your disability.
What does success really
mean and which tools can help you get there?
And so much more...
Mark is a
no-holds barred kind of guy. That fits him
because he's an ex-wrestler who broke his neck
during a college wrestling match. He has
lived on crutches for over 35 years and has a
lot to say about success through perseverance.
His life is not perfect but he has chosen to
conquer life and live out his dreams and he
loves helping others to do the same. - Tim