The story delights people who appreciate personal journey narrative and people who like a
style of writing that comes from listening to others, offering a unique and inspiring voice.
The story enthralls people who want to know you can put faith in ideas, listen to your heart,
and follow your dreams. These people have, on occassion, struggled with a brain that would not
cooperate; they have wanted to find passion in their work; they wanted to have faith in their
ideas and just hear some good stories of possibility.
Audiences love hearing a funny story from a balding, gay, middle-aged West Virginia-native
who has a motto he found on a fortune cookie: “Never consider yourself a failure, you can
always serve as a bad example.