Michael Crossland: What Really Matters

After a few weeks of political turmoil, we wanted to take a time-out to focus on what’s important and making our lives truly worthwhile. Imagine a Dr. saying your son has a 96% chance of death, and every single patient on the suggested experimental drug has also died. As a parent, nothing else matters. As the patient, Michael Crossland has survived overwhelming odds several times and still faces significant health challenge. Adding to the tragedies, earlier this year Michael’s newborn son also received a death sentence from a disease. Suddenly that traffic jam isn’t so bad.

Michael Crossland is an internationally sought speaker and best-selling author who shares his life-affirming lessons with hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Michael sits down with Dave Sussman for this heart-wrenching interview which provides perspective on our lives.

Find Michael at http://michaelcrossland.com/

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  1. EHerring Coolidge

    Great interview. His story about playing catch reminds me of the 1970s song, Cat’s in the Cradle.

    “There are people in this world who would give anything to have your worst day.”

    frontierprojects.org. (Leaving it here so I can find it later)

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    • October 9, 2018, at 6:11 PM PDT
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