At times, we all wish that life came with an instruction manual. This refreshingly positive approach is based on sound principles, widely applicable, and yet simple enough to follow. It's certain to make a difference in many lives
Charlotte, NC (Vocus) June 4, 2010
Rich London announced the next date of his personal empowerment "A Handbook for Life" seminars as November 6, 2010. His first Charlotte program at the Tyvola Charlotte Renaissance Suites Hotel was sold out.
In his seminars, Rich helps others overcome obstacles and set meaningful goals in their lives. Register for the November event at his website at http://www.AHandbookForLife.com . There are discounts for Parkinson’s patients and other groups. The companion book "A Handbook for Life", is designed to provide Rich’s proven principles in an easy to follow format. It is available for sale at most of the major booksellers.
London’s first printed copies of his new book "A Handbook for Life" were received in January 2010 and his first seminar was produced March 27, 2010.
“At times, we all wish that life came with an instruction manual. This refreshingly positive approach is based on sound principles, widely applicable, and yet simple enough to follow. It's certain to make a difference in many lives,” said Dr. Yogesh K. Patel, Chair, Board of Directors, Parkinson’s Association of the Carolinas, who attended the first seminar preview.
London who has survived cancer and continues to battle Parkinson’s has seen his share of adversity. In spite of the challenges, he refuses to let life’s circumstances control him. He has done it by living the concepts and ideas that he shares in the book and the seminar.
Rich London has built several computer companies and is an active real estate investor. He has earned his third degree black belt and his commercial pilot’s license. He has also received numerous awards for his efforts as a volunteer search and rescue pilot for the Civil Air Patrol (USAF Auxiliary), where he holds the rank of Major. He resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and two children.
Rich says, “Life is a test. It’s a test of perseverance, a test of faith and a test of will. I've Decided to Pass the Test!'
London, was named the Charlotte Volunteer Coordinator for the “Victory Summit” produced by the Davis Phinney Foundation (to benefit and educate about Parkinson’s). He will be on hand for book signings and interviews at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC during the event Saturday, June 5, 2010.
Rich has also been asked to keynote the Southeastern Parkinson’s Disease Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on October 17, 2010.
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