A few years ago I gave a speech to a group of individuals with disabilities.
I was terrified. I thought the message would go completely over the heads. And I assumed that their intelligence level would keep them from understanding me.
I was wrong. They loved it. Best audience I’ve ever had.Afterward, a young man from the front row ran up to me with a huge smile on his face. And although his mental condition made it very difficult for him to speak, he placed his hand on my chest and said:
“It’s not the nametag; it’s the heart behind it.”
Just because someone is broken doesn’t mean they can’t teach you.
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Is your heart behind your brand?
LET ME SUGGEST THIS…
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That Guy with the Nametag
Author, Speaker, Publisher, Artist, Mentor
“I usually refuse to pay for mentoring. But after Scott’s first brain rental session, the fact that I had paid something to be working with him left my mind – as far as I was concerned, the value of that (and subsequent) exchange of wisdom and knowledge, far outweighed any payment.”
–Gilly Johnson The Australian Mentoring Center