Audiences marvel not only at how much Dr. Paul has overcome, but at the positive attitude that permeates his existence. It is contagious.
I’ve been working with Dr. Paul for over 15 years. He was one of the first speakers to join A Vision in Motion. I first heard him speak when I previewed a student assembly program in Summit, New Jersey in 2001, and we have done countless speaking engagements together over the years. Early on, Dr. Paul spoke at the United Nations for the special session on children. He has spoken at major pharmaceutical companies for their staff diversity days. Dr. Paul has also spoken to colleges and universities such as Rutgers University, Loyola University, Bloomsburg University and University of Virginia. He has also keynoted major youth conferences.
When Dr. Paul speaks at elementary, middle school or high schools it is a common occurrence that we receive many letters in response to his presentations. The letters come in spontaneously and organically from students of all ages expressing their sincere appreciation, admiration and an outpouring of love for Dr. Paul. The feedback is usually related to how much each student has been inspired to be a better person. Dr. Paul’s programs on bullying prevention, character education and disability awareness strike a chord within students, teachers and parents. They marvel not only at how much Dr. Paul has overcome, but at the positive attitude that permeates his existence. It is contagious.
I love to be in the audience for one of Dr Paul’s presentations so that I can see the reactions, the laughter and the tears as he takes us on an uplifting journey.