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COVID-19 UPDATE:  Coronravirus has temporarily disabled people around the world from living and moving freely.  Born with a birth injury, Jason has a lifetime of experience with disability. He’s discovered that living with limitations, even for a short time, can lead to breakthrough opportunities. He’ll show you how to make the most of this global change.

Jason does not want you to despair during these trying times, he has made a special interactive version of his book, “Awkwardly Awesome – Embracing My Imperfect Best” available for FREE. He is available for Online Perseverence Coaching and offers Virtual Presentations that will help you and your team feel united, even if you may be a little further apart right now.  For more information about these services, please Contact Us.

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"I can’t count how many people came up to me after the event and said how inspired they were by Jason's story, his testimony, and how they’re leaving different than the way they walked in."


JARVIS LEVERSON, 
The Morning Hero

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ABOUT JASON W. FREEMAN:

Whether speaking in front of thousands of people or coaching a client one-on-one, Jason Freeman has a unique gift to both inspire and guide his audience to recognize the best within themselves and take a step closer toward the goals and dreams they desire.

Aided by a speech impediment, Jason exemplifies the awesome possibility of turning limitations into leverage that, with persistence, can turn defeat into triumph. He has shared the stage with well-known speakers in business, education and (dis)ABILITY communities around the country and would love to help you or your audience make their goals actionable and attainable.

JASON'S TEDx TALK

“When I was eight, a voice started talking to me.  My perfectionistic voice.  Do you know that voice?  We all do.  And unfortunately, my perfectionistic voice has never had a speech impediment.  I’ve always understood it, crystal clear.”  And what it had to say was critical, unsupportive, hurtful, and harmful.

As the years went on, I listened to it more and more and more . . . Until, at age twelve, I lost complete sight of my beauty and potential.  In isolation, I did the only thing I knew how to do: I attempted to take my own life.  That was when another voice spoke up…”

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