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Paralysis vs. Blackness

For laughs, first, check out this recent skit from SNL. It is SPOT on, if you’ve been paying attention to the popular media lately. As I wrote earlier this month, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned that my identity as a man who has paralysis living with him is much stronger than my identity as …

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Some intro tips on “networking.”

I found this article from the Wall Street Journal earlier this week. While it’s definitely more dedicated to business/sales types (and not the engaged, others-centered types that I prefer to engage with). Just a quick post, but wanted to share the food for thought! My favorite content in this article can definitely be found under the …

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Honored to be appointed by Virginia Governor McAuliffe.

I never thought I’d be able to say that I was an appointee to a gubernatorial administration. Even more importantly, I never thought I’d be able to say that I am a gubernatorial appointee working toward quelling his own hangups and admitted anxiety about working with others with disabilities. But here I am. Last summer …

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The next chapter of HESONWHEELS: Everyday philanthropy.

When you think of the word philanthropy, what do you think of? Money? Dollar signs? Donations? Charities? Do any of those words come to your mind? Based on asking this question via HESONWHEELS and in-person over the past four months, those words are very popular “first-thoughts” when people think of philanthropy. Further, based on the …

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