SUPPLEMENT OR COMPLETELY DITCH YOUR DISABILITY INCOME!
“As a person living with a disability and no way to earn a respectable living, I know a thing or two about fear.”
In the spring of 2018, I was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis, a degenerative nerve disease with only limited treatments and no cure. I was told it would take 10 years off my life. Suffice it to say… I was terrified.
I’d never imagined I could be afraid of anything. I was the person that soldiered through life, busting down barriers and achieving everything I set my mind to. It was never enough. I wanted MORE money, MORE fame. I was batting a thousand until life threw me a real curve ball.
I fell into depression. I ate myself into obesity. For the first time in my life I didn’t want to be me anymore.
An old friend from high school who is also living with MS reached out to me. When we finally spoke on the phone, I learned the horrible news that her son — a bright young boy only in his twenties — was fighting a losing battle with cancer. He would pass within a year. I can’t adequately describe what that did to me, but it was a swift kick in the ass. When I realized just how close I had come to making my last selfish mistake, I knew it was time to completely overhaul my life.
LIVING MY TRUTH
My life wasn’t over, it was just going to be different.
The Universe has gifted me with this disease. It was a wake-up call. It made me realize that although I was playing the role of the “tough guy”, I’d actually been afraid of practically everything my entire life.
THAT FIRE INSIDE
If your disability income isn’t enough, and if you feel you still have plenty of value to bring to the world, then I encourage you to take my course and to become a member. I am here to help. You deserve an honest way to supplement your income, but you can’t do it if you’re afraid. Living a truly fearless life allows you to unlock the secret to peace, tranquility and joy. It detonates the limiting beliefs we all cling to and allows the REAL you to emerge.
I’m not afraid of anything life brings my way now. I have been liberated, and I want you to feel as happy as I do — every single day!
Are you ready to get fearless?
“I help disabled individuals lead fearless, meaningful and successful lives.”
— Ted Uram