Webinar: Jo Rosen Interviewed by Author and PWP, Richard LondonCategory: Newsworthy Notes
In a recent webinar/interview, Jo Rosen speaks about Parkinsons Disease today and how the Parkinsons Resource Organization offers help, support and resources for the patient, their family and caregivers. Touching on creating a balance between managing the process and progression of Parkinsons and finding Ultimate Quality of Life every day, both Ms.Jo Rosen and Mr.London advocate education, involvement, sharing and stepping up to the responsibility of ones own journey.
This interview was conducted by Richard London, author of "A Handbook For Life" (tm) an accomplished businessman and entrepreneur. He lives the concepts he teaches. Using the philosophy of his A Handbook for Life℠ seminars he has developed a thriving real estate investment business and started several computer companies, while overcoming multiple financial and physical obstacles. He has two children and is happily married to his wife of 27 years. Incorporating the concepts of his seminars has also enabled him to enjoy several very fulfilling avocations. Rich is a third degree black belt and has practiced and taught martial arts for over 26 years. He also has his commercial pilot’s license and was a major in the Civil Air Patrol (USAF Auxiliary). But most importantly, he cherishes his relationships with everyone he comes in contact with.
Richard’s life has not been without challenges to overcome. At 19 he was in a motorcycle accident that put him in and out of hospitals for ten months. He has had a total of nine operations as a result of his accident. In 2003 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and is now a ten year cancer survivor. Two years after his cancer surgery he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, but he has never let his spirits down.
For more information about Richard London, go to http://www.ahandbookforlife.com. His motto: "Life Happens". As a Cancer survivor and Parkinson's Patient Richard shares his philosophy to enjoying life. Be inspired to achieve more and overcome your toughest challenges.