When you make a mistake you have to have the courage to correct it at all cost.
The reason why this interview is in two parts is because I had to make sure that Mrs. Holley gave permission to air the second half.
At age 41 I would have never thought that I would make it through allot of the challenges life throws in your way.
I never never, dreamed of being able to change the lives of thousands of disabled people…
From age 17 he knew he was going to change the world.
Funny how he started in my home town in Virginia, left home at 17 years of age (just like me) and even started a successful practice like myself.
Our paths never crossed in Virginia that we know of, but years later we meet and today we get to change the world together.
Until we get to the root of our concerns as a culture we’ll never solve our issues.
We’ve talked to so many people that are disabled and have been left abandoned by friends, family and people we thought would be there for us no matter what.
What’s one thing that WE can do, that has never been done before, that would changed the world?
WE all wrote back…
Make the iPhone accessible!
Thanks Apple for believing in us!
The next answer to that question is…
to make vocational rehabilitation accessible!!
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