Connected through baseball and Cerebral Palsy over 25 years ago, i’m honored to be interviewing a hero. This Williamsport Pa. native has been on a long-time fitness journey, (to lose weight, he just shaves his beard). He can pick me up with his pinky, and shows us no matter your limitation, you can do it too. The question he asks is, “What is your excuse?” He’s Nevin Grove.
Do you have to feel your best to empower others?
The stories of 206, J.R. Martinez, and Ben Petrick.
An author of 7 books and is the first adaptive snowboarder in the world, Danielle Coulter can shred! Born with CP, she wants you to stand up and follow your dreams whether you have a disability or not.
Danielle is accompanied by her good friend, Win Charles.
Born with Cerebral Palsy, Win Charles has defied the odds by becoming an author. Her memoir I, Win is an amazing story of how she remembers her life through the years of having a condition called “CP”. As a competitor in the Kona IronMan Triathlon, CEO of her own jewelry design company, and motivational speaker, Win Charles truly is an inspiration to many. Today, Win Charles tours the country, speaking to schools and institutions to raise awareness about cerebral palsy and living a full life no matter what holds you back. She is also an advocate of veterans across the world.
Ask Win by Win Charles: https://itun.es/us/X1Oo_.c
Or IHeart radio interviews: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Ask-Win-29274053/
Join us on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/authorwincharles/.
He’s a multi-talented artist originally from Binghamton, New York with a wide range of musical dexterity. Proficient on guitar, organ, and most everything in between, Brer Brian Homa has brought his musical sensibilities to many groups and bands including The New York Howl, The New York Fowlharmonic, and Them’s Good Eatin’. Please join us as Brer recounts parts of his life and musical journey that could only be uniquely his.