NEW: Daniel Bax - Talkie 4 of 6: New Beginnings

 
Daniel Bax - Talkie 3 of 6: Road to Recovery

 
Daniel Bax - Talkie 2 of 6: The Accident (Part 2)

 
Daniel Bax - Talkie 1 of 6: The Accident (Part 1)

After a major motorcycle accident at the age of 29, Daniel was paralyzed on his left side. Doctors told his family he wouldn’t be able to walk, talk, or eat solid foods unassisted. He managed to exceed their expectations and heal through incredible willpower, a strong desire to improve and a positive mind. He's now living independently and has his own business as an inspirational speaker and coach. He is currently training to cycle across Canada to raise awareness on brain injury.

http://www.danielbaxspeaks.ca/


Talkie 3 – Road to Recovery

November 29, 2019

Talkie 4 with Daniel coming next Friday!

Talkie 1: 11/15/19

Talkie 2: 11/22/19

Talkie 3: 11/29/19

Talkie 4: 12/6/19

Talkie 5: 12/13/19

Talkie 6: 12/20/19

Click here for more on Daniel’s Road to Possible!


Talkie 2 – The Accident (Part 2)

November 22, 2019

Talkie 3 with Daniel coming next Friday!

Talkie 1: 11/15/19

Talkie 2: 11/22/19

Talkie 3: 11/29/19

Talkie 4: 12/6/19

Talkie 5: 12/13/19

Talkie 6: 12/20/19

Click here for more on Daniel’s Road to Possible!


Talkie 1 – The Accident (Part 1)

November 15, 2019

Talkie 2 with Daniel coming next Friday!

Talkie 1: 11/15/19

Talkie 2: 11/22/19

Talkie 3: 11/29/19

Talkie 4: 12/6/19

Talkie 5: 12/13/19

Talkie 6: 12/20/19

Click here for more on Daniel’s Road to Possible!


Upcoming Talkie Series with Daniel Bax

November 12, 2019

Our Talkie Series with Daniel Bax starts Friday, November 15 at 5 PM!



Daniel Bax Taking Action!

January 8, 2015


Congratulations Trudeau! – by Daniel Bax

October 20, 2015

Monday, October 19th 2015, monumental day for me.  First time I ever voted since my accident, ten years today.  Who did I vote for? Justin Trudeau – The Liberal Party.  Do I follow politics? Simple answer no.  I don’t even follow the daily news and I have television free home.

Why? Is he ready? Simple answer in mind is everyone should be given a chance, and only time will tell who he truly is as our Prime Minister.

I met Trudeau in 2014.  I will never forget our first interaction and his promise to assist in empowering the “forgotten” in our nation.  A couple of months later I was at another political rally. As he was leaving, he remembered me and stopped to take a picture with me.

This shows a lot about a person.  Never forget the little guy. “The forgotten”.

Congratulations Justin Trudeau!

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