This morning, I was watching Daybreak and there was an item on the News where the footballers were going to No.10 Downing Street for a summit about racial abuse in sport. The so called “caring” Prime Minster has called the summit between these overpaid footballers that frankly should know better and should be able to look after themselves, but yet the second item on the News was about young disabled people and hate crime, but yet there was no summit about that at No.10. There was no “caring” Prime Minster wanting to help young disabled people that can be some of the most vulnerable people in society but we’ve got a Prime Minster who says he cares but does he really?
My main point is: why do young disabled people not get the same sort of media attention as footballers?
Being a Disabled person you can get a disabled parking permit which I have got, before chrismas I needed to get the wife something so I want into town parked up and placed my parking permit where it was in clear view, when I came back to my car I had a parking ticket which I can not understand why, it is wrong and I will NOT be paying it what do you think.
Today I was at work at 6:45 I am having a hard time at the moment like every one in business the bank allways on my back, so do I give or do I carry on and do what I like doing helping people, let me ask you this when I needed to walking they told my mum and dad I would never walk it was 10 years before I could walk but I did it, so with that in mind do you really think I will give me.
I did it – I cycled all the way from my home to my work at Lazarus Mobility. I set off at 7:20 AM and arrived at work at 10:15. The day was really warm and sunny (which helps) and I arrived to a fanfare of friends, family and local dignatories waving flags and welcoming me. We have raised at least £1,000 for the charities Kirkwood Hospice and Overgate Hospice. Many thanks to all those who have donated. If anyone still wishes to donate, it would be much appreciated. Just click here to donate.
Hi all – tomorrow I am trying to raise some money by doing a charity bike ride from my home in Longwood in Hudderfield to my Office (Lazarus Mobility) in Brighouse. The reason I have chosen the charities – Kirkwood & Overgate Hospice – is because they look after poeple with cancer and those who are terminally ill. Both my dad and my sister-in-law died of cancer and I would like to do my little bit to try and help the charities as much as I can.
The return trip is 17.5 miles. For an able bodied person this may not seem much, but this is a very big deal to me and it will take a hell of lot out of me due to my physical disabilities.
It is my intention to share with you my journey through the business world. So that hopefully you will begin to understand the differences between my life and yours. I want to share with you my successes and my failures.
To learn and improve you have to reflect on the things you did less well together with the good things you have done, and what you would do differently the next time around too. It’s all good – a huge learning curve – a process I call “business day learning”
One of the best things about running my own company is meeting customers and people in the business world. During the coming months I will talk more about the business people I have met during my journey from the early days to the present.
When I had my first showroom I took lots of advice from business people that I thought had more knowledge than myself. That was sometimes not the case, and the more I learned, the more I understood. But by this time I was in too deep and the company was struggling, because I had taken the wrong advice from the wrong people, but I don’t blame anyone. I learned a lot of lessons, and I’m sure I’ve still got lots more to learn as Lazarus Mobility starts to take on new and more exciting challenges.
My life started when my umbilical cord was in the wrong place for just 2 minutes – and that simple 120 second start to my life has impacted on my ability ever since. Yes, some abilities have been lessened, but far, far more have increased – as a result my purpose driven mantra, the one that drives me every day is, Stephen R. Collins unlimited!
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As well as mobility aids including mobility scooters, wheel chairs, walking frames and stair lifts Lazarus Mobility offer everyday products for the disabled – from walking sticks to walk in baths, disabled kitchens, disabled showers, exercise chairs and leisure products – all supplied directly to your home.