You’re a young parent, a nationally-recognized performance artist and you’ve just been handed a virtual death sentence. What do you do next?
You gather your courage (and some you didn’t know you had) … you fight … you suffer … you persevere … you triumph. Then, you reach out to support others … you speak about the experience … and you inspire countless lives.
Today, Eva delivers speeches and programs around the world focused on motivating, inspiring and changing the way people think about their health, their lives and their careers. She shares with audiences how:
Eva is a rare gem that represents all three key aspects of a great speaker. She shares heart-felt stories, has a strong stage presence and provides relevant messages. She will have your audience forgetting about the clock on the wall.
I am touched by the sensitivity of this doctor. Here as an article with pearls of wisdom. WELL Sep 13, 2012, 12:01 AM The Widow’s Doctor Visit By MIKKAEL A. SEKERES, M.D. I walked into the examination room and saw her sitting there, her arm around her 10-year-old son, her teenage daughter across the room. […]
Everyone has a story. I sat next to Carol on the airplane. I told her my story and she told me hers. Her sister died at age 56 from FTD, Frontal Temple Dementia. She lived alone, was religious, and did well for herself. The sisters used to travel together, both being single. But, then Carol […]
“Are you an oral cancer survivor?” I asked the man sitting next to me in a first class seat from Detroit to Seattle. He clearly had an indentation in his neck in addition to scarring. He answered, “Close, but no, I had Lymphoma”. He teaches Dance Dynamics around the world. What’s that? Understanding where movement […]
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