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Fantastic Frank Interviews Kristy Leslie

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Tonight Fantastic Frank interviews Kristy Leslie, who has a son who's survived severe traumatic brain injury 10/04/11 along with 3 strokes. He is now 16 years old and coming on close to 2 years since his injury date. I am his biggest advocate :-)). He's an amazing miracle!!

Kristy has lots of questions for us and could use our support - please call in!

 

FANTASTIC FRANK  lives by the motto “Give Love in Every Moment.” It is something that he feels down to the bone and deep in the heart. Maybe this, expressed with sparkling eyes and unbound enthusiasm, is what makes him so captivating.

When you first meet him, he will already be loving you, wanting the best for you, willing to do anything in his power to help you, laughing with you, and getting right down to the nitty gritty of your life, as would a dear friend of many years. He is like this with everyone he meets, everywhere he goes, whether they be someone waiting in the same line, a CEO, a waitress, a professional colleague, a telemarketer, a high level consultant, a guest on his radio show, or a child. Your heart will want go out to him, if you let it.

As host of the Fantastic Frank BlogTalkRadio Show, he interviews inspiring figures from all walks of life, so that his audience may benefit from their stories and information. When hosting his show on the Brain Injury Radio Network, he tailors his content and guests to help others with brain injuries.
Fantastic Frank is at his dynamic best as the World’s First and Only Differently-Abled Motivational speaker. Without exception, Fantastic Frank’s audiences are inspired by his living demonstration of overcoming obstacles..

Visit Franks website at turndisabiltytoability.com

 

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