Do you feel like your mental health impacts your ability to be successful? If so, then you may be able to relate to this week’s guest. Everett Elam is an assistive technology instructor with World Services for the Blind in Little Rock Arkansas. He’s a pretty successful guy with a full time job. He’s an accomplished fiddle player, and a successful world traveler. He’s working on starting his own business, and he’s raising money for the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired by running the Boston marathon for the very first time this October. We want to acknowledge that success doesn’t come easy for anyone. Everett has bipolar disorder. He’s a recovering alcoholic, and has gone through a divorce. And all of those things contributed to his particular life path. We hope you can enjoy and relate to Everett’s Story, and if you’d like to contribute to his fund raiser, you can visit https://www.givengain.com/ap/everett-elam-raising-funds-for-massachusetts-association-for-the-blind-and-visually-impaired

Everett also provided the following contact information and fund raising methods:¬†Work email: [email protected]Work phone: 5014202651PayPal: [email protected]Venmo: @Everett-ElamCash App: $EverettElam¬†¬†A full text transcript of this episode can be found at http://pennyforward.com/penny-forward-transcript-s2e3-the-winding-road-to-success-is-paved-with-errors-and-mistakes/

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