The Story of Incomplete Motivators

In this world a lot of people who complain with the life they live, many are not grateful with what he has. Many people who already have a complete body (having hands, nose, legs, eyes, mouth and ears) are still not satisfied, because they think that they are not good now and make them not confident and can disrupt them in achieving success . They perform various ways to get their bodies into what they want, and many even do plastic surgery so that they can change their bodies. Those who do so are those who are never grateful for what they already have. Though many in this world are not as fortunate as they are. Many in this world live with incomplete limbs, but they can still be grateful for their lives. Even many of those who are now a successful despite the shortcomings they have. Although initially they are often mocked and considered a strange person, but they can actually prove to the world that the limitations of their bodies will never be able to limit their success. The following sipolos will give some of the stories of incomplete bodied motivators.

Claudio Vieira de Oliveira

The story of this one motivator gives evidence that everyone can have the same opportunity. Claudio Vieira is a true man who was initially considered weird because he has a body with an abnormal limb arrangement but he has proved that he can live independently. He has an upside-down head and makes himself look very strange and also creepy, but his body condition does not make him despair, with the spirit of life he has capable of completing his studies to become an accountant. With the spirit of his life he has inspired many people, and now he often make speeches and motivate most people in various countries.

Nick Vujicic
nick vujicic Because a rare disorder called tetra-amelia syndrome has made nick vujicic born without having both hands and feet. having a body that has no hands and feet has made nick look weird and often in fun by other people. However, the limitations of his body does not make nick embarrassed and shut down, instead he has a high spirit to malawan these limitations. with his passion he is able to develop his talents in many ways, one of which is to become a writer. He is currently a pastor, author of best-selling books (Life Without Limbs) and a motivator.

Theresa M Lucas

theresa m lucasWhen born, Theresa's parents have been told that her little girl will not be able to walk and do things independently. However, Theresa's parents never give up in order to make her child live a normal life like any other child. Therasa can eventually grow big and can walk normally, but his hand is not like the hands of teenagers in general. Although he has a deficiency in his hands, it does not make him moody and shut himself up, with his enthusiasm he keeps doing various activities like teenagers in general, that is camping, playing kickball and adventure. Theresa's inadequacy does not prevent Theresa's passion in her daily life, even if she can not use her hands normally, she is now a professional watercolor painter. He does not paint with his hands but with his mouth. he has proved to the world, the shortcomings he has will not hinder his life. In addition to being a peluki at this time he also became a motivator in the foundation for people with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita who led by him.

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Kaisa Leka
kaisa lukaThe story of the next motivator is Kaisa Leka, He is a graphic designer, comic artist and also Finnish politician. At first he did live with a normal body, but he had an accident and caused his leg to be amputated. As a result of not having many legs of people who see themselves like a strange. However, the strange view of others against him does not make him give up and shut down, instead he eagerly learn to walk again using artificial legs. Not only that, Leka also started cycling again, even she then toured using a bicycle around the world with her husband. With his hard work he managed to get the title of Finland's Cyclist of the Year.

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