Mar 14, 2019
The Conversation: In this episode, two-time cancer survivor and therapist from Oregon, Dean Hall, shares his story of becoming the first person to swim two rivers, while battling leukemia and lymphoma. Dean shared how he moved through the pain and grief of his life to living every moment as a miracle.
Insights: Here’s what Dean shared in his conversation with Ken:
Memorable Quote: “Extraordinary becomes possible when you make it impossible to remain ordinary.” Dean Hall
The Homework: Take some time today to do these three simple things:
About Our Guest:
Dean Hal is a licensed clinical marriage and family therapist, 2x cancer survivor, success coach, and motivational speaker who was the first person in history to swim the full length of the Willamette (184 miles) in Oregon and the River Shannon (150 miles) in Ireland as an active cancer patient. Currently, he is a cancer-free man who is inspiring others and preparing for his next life adventure.
Follow Dean on Instagram: @swimminginmiracles
Related Articles about Dean:
Swimming in Miracles: How do you get through hard times? (YouTube video)
A Girl's Guide to Psychos, Players, Punks and Pervs: How to Become the Ultimate Guy Detector (Dean’s previous book)
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