Thanks for all the embarrassingly lovely endorsements for my @ndawards nomination and good luck to my fellow nominees. 

Shortlist will be announced tomorrow. Respect to the awards team for uniting us all in this celebration of diversity. 

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 – “David has been a shining example of hard work,compassion, love and caring,not only for the lgbt community, but for all individuals who feel descriminated against and alone. He reaches out across the world to make a difference. He is inspiration personified!”

Monday, June 22, 2015 – “It is my firm belief that David Watters should be nominated: I have known David both personally and in a professional capacity for over ten years. David is an extremely talented individual who has demonstrated an ability to provide a structure within which young people are able to flourish. As a Director/lectuer teacher/mentor and coaching for young people, David has worked with young pepole of varying ages and skill sets in formal and informal settings. His patience and willingness to allow young people to develop within clearly defined boundaries has enabled David to gain young people’s confidence, especially issues concerning equality and diversity. He has particularly good insight into the troubles young people may encounter, and uses this to help them learn how to make positive choices in their lives. David is an honest, reliable person, dedicated to improving the lives of others. David has the ability to be used as a sounding board where young people can share their grievances and concerns. Other aspects of David’s mentoring ability that I have observed is the way in which he is able to calm a situation, reassure young people and alleviate their problem. He also uses humour effectively to talk to young people in an age appropriate manner to help remove any tension. His positive attitude and pragmatic approach ensures that the young people David work with learn how to think toward resolutions themselves and thus feel good about their own accomplishments. I am confident that David deserves to be nominated for his works in promoting the well-being of young people and in the LGBT community and wider. I wholeheartedly recommend David; he would be an beacon to any organisation whose mission statement includes the betterment of young people, and inclusion. Michael Noble ”

Monday, June 22, 2015 – “David has been a positive role model and inspiration for young people, whether lgbt or not. His never blend in campaign has brought hope to many young people who suffer for apparently being different than their peers. Considering the number of teen suicides, self harm and substance abuse found among lgbt youth, we need more people like him. When you witness the number of young people being bullied at school and rejected by family and friends even in our apparently educated society, we need to get David’s message out to add many add possible. ”

Monday, June 22, 2015 – “For his Openness & Honesty towards Diversity and Our Differences that Unite Us All Eh …. Best of Luck ol Chum ❤ xoxoxoxo”

Monday, June 22, 2015 – “I’ve known David for a few years and he has always been there for me. When I was coming out he helped me muster the courage to do so. He helped me appreciate what is means to be me. ”

Monday, June 22, 2015 – “David is a champion for every living soul who needs a voice. For as long as I can remember he has been speaking up at every injustice and standing up to be counted in support of every marginalised minority. Not only that, but on a personal level he has held my hand during chemo n every break up……. He is an angel in a crisis!!!! The ‘give em hope’ campaign is now global and has been joyously spreading the world for over a decade. This is a rare man who has given so much of his time and love in the support of others. A truly deserving candidate for this award! ”

Monday, June 22, 2015 – “David goes above and beyond with the work he does. He is committed and passionate and unrelenting in fighting for what he believes in. I think that desereves an award. ”

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 – “David is a stunning example of someone who is able to offer respect and empowerment to people who feel they recieve little of either. He has helped me to know myself better and to be myself in a number of situations and I thank him for that. He has also supported me through some interesting times and I have been able to offer a little in return. He deserves this award without doubt.”

Friday, June 12, 2015 – “Everyone has the right to know and be known; to see and be seen; to hear and have their voice heard; to understand and be understood; to love and be loved in return… to trust and know warmth; to know peace, security: to be treated with dignity and respect. Sadly, far too many people are denied their imprescriptible right to pursue love and happiness. David E. Watters is both a champion and guardian of and for liberty and justice. David is a caring, engaging, kind and warm person. A gay man who expertly uses his skills as a teacher and motivational speaker to enhance the lives of those who touch his; young people, old people; Human beings; LGBTI: People who have been abused and misused. People, who have been trodden on and/or tossed out of the family home to live on the streets, people who have been persecuted and tormented and given hateful stares as well as hurtful labels. People who have mercilessly and steadily been denied civil, equal and/or human rights. Around the world David is known as an engaging and enjoyable person to be around and with. He’s a man with a quiet charm that calmly sets peoples mind and heart at ease. A man noted for his work with and for the Equal Love Campaign UK – he’s also worked tirelessly and successfully to achieve Marriage Equality for same-sex couples in the United Kingdom as well. He’s an inspiration to both LGBT and straight people as well. I would like to thank the committee for considering his nomination for the work he’s done. He’s earned it. ”

Friday, June 12, 2015 – “I have observed the work and positive impact of David Watters and the Give Them Hope Campaign since David began this organization. It makes a tremendous impact on LGBTQ people, especially young people, by providing positive role models and stories of successful lives from a variety of perspectives and backgrounds. David Watters is very committed to helping others not only survive, but thrive in life.”

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 – “I have known David Watters for several years now. If anyone deserves the award for positive roll model, it is him. He has not only been there for me when I felt like giving up hope on life and starting new ventures, but has treated me and many people in need like family. He is family to me and to many people. To me, he is a Brother. He is not a Brother by blood, but the brother of my heart. He taught me to love myself and be proud of myself when I didn’t believe inyself. He encouraged me to never give up on my dreams. Today, I believe in myself and am following my dreams. I have him to thank for never giving up on me. I can never thank him enough for all that he has done!”
Thursday, May 21, 2015 – “David Watter’s has consistently proven to be an advocate and positive role model for equality and justice for marginalized persons. He has stood by us since 2009 when my spouse told his story of transition from FtM 43 years ago. As a United Methodist clergy, there is much pushback (ongoing). David Watters has literally helped to save our lives and sanity. Sincerely, Deborah Weekley”

Monday, May 11, 2015 – “David is my role model. He started the give em Hope group, first day i met him. Since i know he is a wonderful teacher, writer, equality advocate. He always here for people, he always know to help and if not, he know who to ask. Many people i watched are amazed of his humanity, i could write pages over pages, but i see, all what people have to know is written down. But, the most important, how people feel if they see his picture, hear his name. He gave so many people hope and love. He is like family to me and many here. Long story short, don’t know anybody who would deserve this honor more than him. And i am active volunteer for LGBT work and know many people, so I think I know that. Please, chose him. Thank you.”

Saturday, May 2, 2015 – “We met on-line. On Facebook to be exact, and via our son, an out and proud young man who was studying in New York city at that time. I, living in Canada, the mother of a gay son and then President of Toronto PFLAG, (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) a charitable organization that supports LGBTTQQI2S individuals and/or their families struggling with ‘coming out’ or ‘living out’ issues, and David E. Watters, someone who put himself out there in order to help those feeling adrift, connect and feel less alone. David impressed me, in that he went beyond advocating for his own rights in order to help strengthen the voices of others to ensure equality for all. No mean feat!! For those who have been browbeaten and made to feel unworthy as a result of suffering homophobia in the heterosexist society in which we live, David’s positive attitude and genuine caring are true beacons of hope. He is the epitome of a Positive Role Model – LGBT – and would be a worthy recipient of this award. Irene Miller, Past-President, Toronto PFLAG

Saturday, May 2, 2015 – “I met David about 25 years ago when I was lucky enough to be directing a production of Cabaret. He was as blisteringly talented, passionate and sensitive then as he is now. The main difference was that back then he lacked anything close to self-belief. A trait I shared. Later we worked on other pieces of theatre and, as so often the way in the creative arts, found out a huge amount about each others insecurites, indulged ourselves in long discussions about how theatre changed lives and why we both felt so strongly that enabling people mattered. At this point, neither of us had any idea of teaching, just a shared believe in achievement for everyone. Since then, we’ve barely met in person, but stayed firmly in contact via Facebook. I am not David’s official demographic, being a very vanilla white woman living in a conservative rural community and not in any way suffering from the impact of trying to deal with discrimination. I work in Offender Learning and like him, try to help people achieve. Having said that I am not David’s official demographic, I’d like to qualify that by saying that in reality, everyone is David’s demographic. He is fighting for voices to be heard and achievement to be lauded. I have never, in all the years I’ve known him, seen David turn away a plea for support. He is the least judgmental person you will ever meet and he is a living example of fearless diversity. Although David’s belief in equality and diversity is focused in some ways on the LGBT community, I have never felt less than part of the wider community of equality he works to create. ”

Saturday, April 25, 2015 – “I “met” David online because of our mutual passion for all things cabaret. I soon started following everything he was doing with tolerance and acceptance and hope and became even more of a fan. His passion, dilugence, creativity and stewardship is immense and inspirational. He is fearless, has endless energy, is an amazing cheerleader and gives us hope. He is my friend, although we have never met. I celebrate and applaud his efforts from across the pond.”

Saturday, April 25, 2015 – ” I was influenced at first by a FB message from My friend, Chris McCabe explaining how much David has helped Her with so many issues She needed guidance with. After reading of His many accomplishments and contributions to humanity and attempting to make a difference in the lives of those who are treated sometimes so inhumanly by bigoted, so called Humans! I feel He is doing great things to stop the stupidity that hopefully shall cease to exist! Just because of someones preferences being different is no call to harass them or even be rude or even violent toward them as it’s really not their place to do so! I would befriend Him if we ever actually met as all I see is a good, kind and righteous man with qualities I aspire to attain before I get recycled! Bless You David! ”

Friday, April 24, 2015 – “It would be impossible to sum up all that David Watters has done in 6000 characters. For me and for my family, he has been a guide, mentor, sounding board, and trusted advisor. Each day brings a new insight and a fresh perspective on life. He has taught me more about myself than anyone else. David’s daily posts promote healthy dialogue between the people who follow him, and often spark conversation outside the virtual walls. In a perfect world, there should be no need for organizations such as Give em Hope and Never Blend In, but with equality struggles, intolerance, and bullying being at the forefront of all our minds; David is a voice cutting through the clammer and a light in the darkness. ”

Friday, April 24, 2015 – “David is an inspiration to me as a tireless campaigner for equality. As a lesbian I feel marginalised on a sadly all too regular basis. David puts issues that affect us all at the forefront of everything he does and should be recognised as unfailingly positive force for good. ”

Wednesday, April 1, 2015 – “David is a committed, passionate and eloquent advocate for equality for all. He speaks with authenticity about the ways in which prejudice and ignorance diminish all of our lives – the ignorant and prejudiced as much as the targets of their hatred. His vision of a world where everyone is allowed to be themselves is a simple yet not a simplistic one.”
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 – “My vote for David E. Watters –”

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 – “David Watters is an incredible man and leader within the LGBT community not just in the UK but his influence is felt strongly around the world. He has touched many a soul with his wisdom and deep abiding compassion for all. I am an administer on his Facebook group Give’Em Hope Campaign. I could not ask for a more supportive fellow in a partner…even if I am across the Pond and on the other side of the United States. He’s a hero.”
Sunday, March 15, 2015 – “I think David is an inspiration for people from all walks of life. He has been a lifeline for many and helped many more. He deserves this. L”
Thursday, March 12, 2015 – “Mr Watters provides a comfortable appeal and when he speaks, he appears at ease. This makes it a delight to hear him speak on what ever matter is at hand.”
Thursday, March 12, 2015 – ” DAVID E WATTERS, is a teacher, motivational speaker and writer; a passionate equality advocate, committed to enhancing the lives of young people and adults who may feel marginalised or limited by labels. He is director of NBI Associates, an inclusion-focussed specialist training company with a reputation for providing organisations with the tools to achieve meaningful and lasting cultural change. ”
Thursday, March 12, 2015 – “David is courageous and hero, a real role model and advocate for many.”
Thursday, March 12, 2015 – “David has improved the lives and self esteem of so many individuals both through his “Give ‘Em Hope” campaign and his professional role as a teacher where he constantly promotes equality and diversity in the workplace. ”
Friday, March 6, 2015 – “For his tireless work with multiple organizations, his neverending passion to educate, inspire and enlighten communities. ”
Monday, March 2, 2015 – “A true inspiration to all!”
Saturday, February 28, 2015 – “David was my teacher for a couple of years at stagecoach theatre school andover. He was an amazing teacher always encouraging everyone to be themselves and not listen to criticism from others. He always gave everyone a fair chance and was very welcoming. ”
Saturday, February 28, 2015 – “David has a wonderful sense of dedicated to his work within equality for all. Man who has inspired me to reach my goals, and manh more. David has a wonderful way with people, in my opinion this award should be known as the David E. Watters Award. ”
Monday, February 23, 2015 – “David is a kind and gentle man who gives of his time freely. He is generous in spirit and a great listener encouraging others to grow in themselves and live their life authentically while acknowledging the obstacles and challenges that they face.”
Sunday, February 22, 2015 – “he is a great guy, always giving back, making a difference.. ”
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 – “I’ve known David for over 20 years. He is among the most sincere, loyal and loving people I have ever met. He is somebody you can count on; he doesn’t lie or pretend to be somebody that he isn’t. He is humble and modest and never considers himself above another human being. He shows empathy and compassion and inspires trust. When I think of David, I am inspired with a great feeling of love. And he has a good sense of humour, no matter the adversities that he has had to face in his own life, he has a good sense of humour. He knows how to be human and understands that we all are human too… All of that for me, is what makes him one of the best positive role models who I know. Sincerely, Rachel Norwood”
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 – “Never blend is a superb project ”
Sunday, February 15, 2015 – “I was approached by David to be part of his Never Blend In book and talk about my experiences from being from a small town to moving to a big city and especially changing attitudes within a Transport related organisation. As a trustee of 17-24-30 I approached David about speaking at one of our Hate Crime Vigils as I was impressed by his professionalism and tenacity and I know that he is a very inspirational speaker. His Give Em Hope campaign is fantastic and I was particularly pleased when I was invited to provide a video for the campaign and also wha the campaigns aspirations are. David has worked tirelessly to support, develop and profile issues for all diversity groups. Whilst saying David is a people person may sound cliche’d its true, his personal manner, solutions based approach to issues and how creative these can be, make him a perfect choice for this award. He treats people with respect and is a pleasure to work alongside. He is professional and knowledgeable whilst striking a balance of friendliness and good humour into the mix. He has presence and speaks with authority and commands respect from his peers. A positive role model who models best practice in terms of if he says he is going to do it, he does it! Just look at the Give Em Hope Campaign and the Never Blend In Book as two examples of this. He will always do all in his power to make good on a promise. He is generous with all of the previous mentioned and his time and this strong work ethic is what allows him to deliver what he sets out to do! David is a pleasure to work with and I am glad that I can call him a friend and am honoured to know him. He is truly deserving of a role model award. ”
Sunday, February 15, 2015 – “His work is so important to LGBT youth. We need more people like him. He should be recognized for his outstanding work.”
Sunday, February 15, 2015 – “Tirelessness, Humor, and Acceptance. Never why … always why not.”
Saturday, February 14, 2015 – “David Waters is an inspirational man. He cares deeply about diversity and has been the driving force in building a supportive offering for LGBT individuals. He has made a difference to many.”
Friday, February 13, 2015 – “I don’t actually know Mr Watters personally, but I follow his Give ‘Em Hope page on FB and am just always impressed with his constant positive presence and unflagging encouragement and support. ”
Thursday, February 12, 2015 – “Could say a lot about David, about all the years i know him and see, what amazing work he do, hes a social Role Model in many ways.He is it at his job, for many many young people, his partnership and for example Never Blend In and Give ém hope campain.I am so proud to know him and follow him since years on fb. He teached me a lot about equality, patience, friendship and whats family meand to be.”
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 – “David deserves to get an award in his own right he did receive and award last year for the Give em Hope Campaign. But this is just the tip of the ice burg of who David is and stands for weather its in his work as a teacher or his book or the campaign or his home life David never stops promoting equality and this is for everyone not only the LGBT community but EVERYONE. He wont stop he is so passionate on this subject he is a great role model to me and many other people. 03/02: David to me is a positive role model in the LGBT community and beyond. He is nurturing supportive and a very positive person he does not discriminate in anyway. His role in the Give em hope campaign is evidence in its self for the good work he does but I feel he deserves an award in his own right.”
Monday, February 9, 2015 – “From the moment I read David Watter’s words on a Face Book post, I knew he would be a force to be reckoned with. His continuous support and encouragement is evident on his public pages, and in his private notes. David chooses to share most of his daily life with us and by doing so shows that he faces the same struggles we do. From a terrible commute, to a head cold and through to an equality march; his charm, charisma and true gift of belief that there is a place for everyone, David is the man I would love for our children to emulate. He truly is the example of “practice what you preach” All of us can learn from the glimpse into his life he offers daily. For our family, David has been a source of both information and inspiration. He has offered encouragement, support and advice to our daughter with her writing and has been an unending blessing to my husband and I as we learn to deal with our uniquely gifted son. Knowing that David is willing to provide so much of himself to those who need him is a comfort that almost cannot be described. Would that there were more men and women like him! If I were to choose someone to emulate, it would be David Watters, I try each day to recall something he has said and work to live out that truth.. Thank you David, for all you have done and continue to do in order to Give ‘Em Hope! ”
Sunday, February 8, 2015 – “David Watters is the most engaging person I know on FB. He seems to just bubble over with kind words, encouraging thoughts and seems to always think of the other person first. I know I always feel better after having a chat with David.”
Sunday, February 8, 2015 – “The sheer amount of work and time David has committed to achieving LGBT equality is staggering. I fully supported the Equal Love campaign in its efforts to achieve same sex-marriage, and David’s hard work no doubt contributed to this success. I’ve never been someone who’s afraid of being different – I’ve been proud of it, in fact – but many do and I can’t stress enough the value of that message – what David is doing by spreading it to people across the country, young and old, is of vital importance. The particular educational focus of David’s work is the key reason I’m voting for him above others. Sex education at my schools – primary and secondary – were awful when it came to LGBT matters. There was brief reference to gay sex in the form of warning men how they might be raped; there was nothing about consensual relationships, and no mention of lesbian, bisexual or transgender sex/relationships whatsoever! I am determined that the next generation receive a far better education, and David is contributing to this. I’m only too pleased to give him my vote.”
Saturday, February 7, 2015 – “Read his bio – David tells us what we need to know. He is the knowledgeable fellow when it comes to knowing about living as a gay man. Simply live as a man and the gay part will take care of itself. Your family giving you difficulties because if your “gayness”? David can help you either get them on your side or learn to live with them as they are. (wishing I could come up with more words to help David – I just can’t seem to find the words to tell people about my friend, David!)”
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Saturday, February 7, 2015 – “David Watters is a selfless advocate for transgender rights, and safety.”
Thursday, February 5, 2015 – “David has such passion for breaking down the barriers that exist within society – not just actual barriers but perceived ones as well. He is supportive, caring and friendly but also driven to face up to inequality of opportunity.I’m not sure if he knows this, but he was rather influential in my decision to come out as openly transgender, and at one level that decision changed my life, and at another it didn’t change it at all!I believe that David realises what many people in my situation don’t – that labels that stereotype people are psychologically damaging and unhealthy, and serve no purpose. The real thing is that sometimes the fear that arises from being labelled as something can be debilitating for the individual. David helped me break through that fear and after opening up to one and all about my need to live as a woman, I found that the wider community was very accepting; up to that point I had been afraid for over 40 years of not being accepted.David is a groundbreaking individual who really does believe in the person, not how they’ve been labelled by others. The time and effort that he puts into his equality programmes is amazing, and he single-handedly raises awareness of diversity and equality issues to a wider public.”
Thursday, February 5, 2015 – “David has a heart of gold and wants only good for those he supports and makes contact with. He is passionate about diversity and equality.”
Thursday, February 5, 2015 – “David has proved himself to be a role model to many diverse groups of people but his actions, not just spoken words. He gives his whole heart and spirit to help and to educate the world about equality,love, kindness, respect. In his efforts to follow in the footsteps of such great leaders as Harvey Milk and MLK,Jr., He shines above all by unselfishly giving hope to anyone who feels hopeless and alone. If anyone deserves this award, he certainly does!”
Thursday, February 5, 2015 – “The concise version of my reason for voting for David, he is a positive role model. If I have to elaborate, amongst his many personal traits he is, modest, patient, and caring. He also possesses the ability to listen to and communicate with people from all backgrounds and walks of live. He is an all round great guy and in my humble opinion I can not think of anyone who deserves the award more than him.”
Thursday, February 5, 2015 – “Nominating Mr. Watters because of the work he does in several Facebook and other web pages. Seems like everyday I find another page he’s done, where he’s helped another person, usually a young man or woman who couldn’t go home. Even if they believe in themselves, the rest of the family doesn’t believe in them.”
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 – “David is quite simply one of the most inspirational people I have ever met. He is a superb teacher, not only for his subject knowledge, but for his care and passion and his extraordinary ability to work with some incredibly judgemental children! Not only that, but his tireless work with Never Blend In and Give ‘Em Hope has given so much hope and support to people – and perhaps more importantly, a voice that they recognise to realise that they are not alone and that even if they cannot find support within their own lives, there is still support out there for them.”
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 – “Pioneer in International LGBT Social Media collectives. #NeverBlendIn”

Wednesday, February 4, 2015 – “Though I have never met David in person, and he is “just” a Facebook friend, he has had a profound influence on my life and the way I perceive people and situations.”

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 – “I am nominating David E. Watters for this award for the very simple reason that he speaks out on issues that others would prefer not to hear about. In spite of his rigorous work routine, he continues to support those who are different and down-trodden in our modern society. In an age where civil partnerships and gay marriage are widely accepted by most of society, many of those who these modern day institutions were designed to help find themselves marginalised by their own fears of being different. David reaches out to these people, he makes them believe in themselves as individuals, which is a wonderful achievement in itself. I believe that David knows his work will never be finished, that he must plough on helping every new and disenchanted, disillusioned, and disenfranchised soul that he comes across, in the hope of giving them a clearer and happier path forward to a complete and individual life.”

David E Watters

National Diversity Award Winner, David E. Watters, is a teacher, motivational speaker and writer; a passionate equality advocate, committed to enhancing the lives of young people and adults who may feel marginalised or limited by labels.
As a teacher, he is committed to developing the whole person through creatively challenging students to embrace their unique value, and that of others, to encourage them to fulfill their full potential. He is nominated for an Excellence in Diversity Award 2015, for his contribution to enhancing the diversity agenda within education.
Since graduating from The Institute of Education, University of London, David has gone on to train as a mediator, and is a qualified facilitator for The Pacific Institute. 
As Director of NBI Associates, David devises and delivers engaging, enjoyable and interactive Diversity and Cultural Enhancement workshops utilizing Cognitive Behavioural and Performing Arts strategies for individual, corporate and academic clients.
Watters is also the founder and coordinator of the inclusive, inspirational and international Give ’em Hope Campaign; an online initiative which utilises all available social networks to encourage and uplift those who doubt their validity, feel isolated or limited by labels, through the sharing of written and video testimonies. The campaign was honoured at the National Diversity Awards 2014 when it won the Community Organisation Award (Multi-Strand).
Watters was a key player in the Equal Love Campaign UK; taking the British Government to the European Court of Human Rights in 2010 and successfully achieving Marriage Equality for same-sex couples in the United Kingdom.
His passion and expertise has brought many opportunities to write and speak on social change and his book, NEVER BLEND IN, brings together this wealth of experience and the voices of those whom he has met along the way.
GIVE ‘EM HOPE CAMPAIGN:–em-Hope-Campaign.html


About neverblendin

David Watters, a graduate of Napier University, Edinburgh, Trinity College of Music, London and the Institute of Education, University of London, has worked internationally within education and Educational Management for more than 20 years. He has taught extensively within many socially and culturally diverse settings; most recently as a Head of Performing Arts within Further Education. He is a personal and professional development associate with The Pacific Institute (, personal coach, freelance writer and founding member of NBI Associates. He is a writer on social equality issues, is a key player in the Equal Love Campaign UK and author of the forthcoming book, NEVER BLEND IN which features key voices from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community and which aims to inspire and encourage those who may lack self-esteem or who question their validity. David is currently promoting a youtube campaign"Give 'em Hope"and is asking individuals, couples and groups to make and share videos telling about the benefits of living with personal authenticity. He has shared a platform with Stuart Milk and Peter Tatchell and is a supporter of 17-24-30, The Trevor Project, Schools Out, The Terrence Higgins Trust, The Albert Kennedy Trust and numerous others. His background in arts and education, combined with a solid understanding of Cognitive Behavioural Strategies, and his passion for Equality Advocacy drive every aspect of his work as a personal development facilitator, motivational speaker and writer. View all posts by neverblendin

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