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Survivor Story: Paul McReynolds Jr.

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Survivor Story: Paul McReynolds Jr.

  Written & Contributed  by Kelly NcReynolds   Paul “PMAC” McReynolds, Jr. is 32 years old and single.  He was born and raised to a Catholic family in the small town of Linn, Missouri.  He is an amazing son, brother, nephew, friend, and very proud uncle of his niece.    Paul is a hardworking, gracious, loyal, and loving young man who has a passion for life and BMX.  He works along side his father and sister for the small family business located in Jefferson City, Missouri.      In February, 2017, Paul was diagnosed with an aggressive form of testicular cancer and...

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Survivor Story: Tommy Reynolds

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Survivor Story: Tommy Reynolds

  Written & Contributed by Lory (Reynolds) Rone   Thomas "Tommy" Reynolds was hospitalized several weeks ago with pneumonia.  While in the hospital they removed 2 1/2 liters of fluid from his right lung which was found to have cancerous cells in it.     A PET scan was scheduled to determine where the cancer originated.  Before the results came back he was once again admitted to the hospital for fluid build up and another 2 1/2 liters was taken off his lungs.     The PET scan revealed that the cancer originated in his lungs.  He has paratracheal nodes in his right...

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The Only Way to Win

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The Only Way to Win

  I recently read something I felt was extremely valuable and wanted to share with you all.  It's the process of starting and improving on the fly that enables people to become extremely successful at whatever it is they seek to achieve.    Reading is great, watching is better, but real life trial and error experience takes the cake!     It one thing to plan, but it's a completely different ballgame to actually DO.     The most successful people we know are regarded as incredible listeners because they intentionally listen to feedback, adjust, and try again when their initiatives fail.  ...

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Survivor Story: Dana Penrose

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Survivor Story: Dana Penrose

Written by Dana Penrose Contributed by Heather Penrose   Hello friends, my name is Dana Penrose.  I have always been a healthy person, but just over 3 years ago I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.  At the same time, I was also diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder called Pemphigus Vulgaris.    It is characterized by blisters that form all over the body.  Up until about 60 years ago it was fatal.  Today it still has a 20% mortality rate.  I got very ill to say the least.     I spent about 7 months in bed and lost over...

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My First Podcast Experience with Host John Knowles

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My First Podcast Experience with Host John Knowles

  It's tough to stand out and get seen or heard in today's increasingly crowded and perpetually busy digital world.     John Knowles has found a way to cut through the clutter and produce an internet radio show or podcast that brings value and entertainment to listeners on the go.     Some podcasts are created to inspire us, some are created to inform us, and some are meant to entertain us.  John's show completes the mighty trifecta and achieves all three.     He calls it the "What's That Like?" podcast and brings in guests to share their opinions,...

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