In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Chip Romney. As a youth, Chip suffered a head injury that left him in a coma for 3 months and caused some permanent effects in his life. Chip shares his story, including his inspiring choice to take control of his life. He chose to stop being a “why-ner” and life his life on purpose. Chip acknowledges Art Berg as one of his heroes. Art’s book, “The Impossible Just Takes A Little Longer” is a great example of living on purpose. This show is dedicated to the memory of this great and inspiring mentor. Chip is available for speaking to groups and can be reached at [email protected].
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I’m working on the imposible. Most of my family is still with me on it but a few have dropped out like my spouse.
Even though I am in 32 local stores to test market my product I am without advertising funds to move forward quickly.
I’m hitting the pavement and going to doctor, dentist, medical professional’s, tattoo shops and more to get the word out there about my product. It is so slow. I am lacking the print and air time in advertising, which holds me back the most.
Never the less, I’m inching my way and I’m still “working” on the impossible. I appreciate the encouraging words that are out there.
I do have many a reason to why-ner , but I’m “working on the imposible.”
I appreciate all the encouraging words out there and every where.
Dr. Paul, this is yet another great podcast; inspiring as always.
Chip, congratulations on the great things you are doing. You are an inspiration to me and I appreciate your willingness to share your story on the podcast. Keep up the great work! -Michael