Several weeks ago I wrote the article, Comprehensive History of Second Chance to Live — Answering the Call that Never Came.
To make the information available to individuals who learn better through watching and listening, I created a video presentation of the article.
Yesterday, I put the article and information into a PDF file to make the information available to be shared through a zoom presentation.
Below are links to the article, video presentation and the presentation.
Please share the below with anyone you believe could benefit from my process and journey over the course of the past 55 years.
“Empowering the Individual, not the brain injury, diagnosis or prognosis”
Below is a link to the Presentation of my article Comprehensive History of Second Chance to Live Answering the Call that Never Came.
Living Our Purpose
I share the below with you to encourage you to not give up on your process and journey in the pursuit of your destiny.
Your process and journey of discovering a way to use your gifts, talents and abilities after your brain injury.
And Don’t Give Up!
More will be revealed, as it has been to me, by not giving up. Be encouraged my friend. The struggle is worth the gain. Be like the caterpillar and the butterfly strength through struggle — strength through struggle.
Comprehensive History of Second Chance to Live — Answering the Call that never Came Zoom Presentation
Introduction to the Presentation
On February 6, 2007 I created Second Chance to Live. I did so in response to Answering the Call that never Came. `Scroll Down to read the Comprehensive History of Second Chance to Live
In October 2009 I wrote an article, Answering the Call that Never Came.
in October 2013 I wrote an article, Backstory of Second Chance to Live.
Below these 2 articles, I share Resources created to Answer the Call that never Came.
Background to Answering the Call that never Came
10 years to obtain my undergraduate degree and 3 1/2 years to obtain my graduate degree as a rehabilitation counselor.
As I shared in my series, My Journey thus Far I had a long 20-year history of getting and losing jobs, both non-professional and professional jobs, despite my diligent hard work and best efforts.
“It is not as important what happened or happens to us, but how we respond to what happened or happens to us.” Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA
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