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Norman Roth

Interesting what you said.. I almost died with Pancreatic Cancer.. Long tough fight But I did beat it and am more alive now than ever before. All my life my priorities were wrong , Now my life is centered on my wife, 4 grown kids and 7 Grandchildren . It is about waking each day with hugs, calls texts to family, enjoying Gods gifts ( I am not religious just thankful) . talking a walk, taking a drive to nowhere just about…Coaching my business clients about what is truly important being a servant leader.. Thank you for your post