Traumatic Brain Injury — The Measure of a Champion Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on March 20, 2012
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I enjoy our times together. I have been thinking about what makes a champion — a champion — and then who certifies the individual as a champion. Society as a whole seems to promote several notions that, by nature disqualify most of us from believing we are champions. Several years ago I wrote and article on the topic, The Measure of a Champion.
Because I have found that people learn in different ways, I have elected to put articles that I have written in a video presentation format. In todays video presentation I am going to share that article with you. To watch and listen to the video presentation, please click on the following link Traumatic Brain Injury — The Measure of a Champion Video Presentation.
As you watch the presentations and questions come to mine, please ask. If you would like to leave a comment, I would love to hear from you. I will say so long for now. Have a great day.
If you would like to read the full article, here is a link to The Measure of a Champion
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