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Dr. Joseph Maroon’s is a world-renowned neurosurgeon at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. His biography and lists of achievement are truly remarkable as a neurosurgeon, scientist, Ironman athlete, consultant, author, and advocate on healthy living and nutrition. Yet despite all this amazing accomplishments, Dr. Maroon has often felt he was an underdog battling hisContinue reading “A Passion for Being Challenged, with Dr. Joseph Maroon”
Neal Tew is a proud father of fours kids living in Cincinnati, Ohio. Over the years, his brilliance and talent has helped him create many new ventures in his life including his own financial planning firm, a new boutique marketing firm called Brandstrength, a ground breaking youth squash association, and he is now the authorContinue reading “A monastic path, family life and timeless lessons with Neal Tew”
The Websters Dictionary for Pivot is to adapt or improve or modify something. Life is always full of periods when we have to pivot. As a cancer patient, I know that all too well. On this journey, you periodically find you need to pivot and trust in the next move. The pivot canContinue reading “The Pivot”
In 2011, the lives of Pete, Linda, Abbey and Will Smith were forever changed when on their way to Colorado in their rental RV their were struck by a truck driver who had fallen asleep. Several family members sustained injuries that they would be able to recover from but it was Will who suffered aContinue reading “Building a New Life After a Car Accident with Will and Peter Smith”
Jessica Hanna has a faith that is truly inspiring. It’s this faith that has guided her and given her the strength to overcome many hurdles including a breast cancer diagnosis in 2020 right after learning she was pregnant with her 4th child. While she sought out and has been working with dedicated and talented physicians,Continue reading “Pregnant with Cancer, How Faith and Prayer are Lighting the Way, with Jessica Hanna”
At the age of 9, John O’Leary was in his garage playing with matches and gasoline and accidentally created a massive explosion that burned 100% of his body. His injuries were so severe that doctors only gave him a 1% chance to live. He battled through many surgeries and years of physical therapy and didContinue reading “Burned to Inspire Others, with John O’Leary”
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