Dr James Perdue - Contributor to the 17 Biblical Principles of Success

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Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructor, Tom Cunningham (too tall) interviews Dr James Perdue. Dr James Perdue was a normal 19 year old with expectation of playing professional baseball. He attended Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee on a baseball scholarship. With the attitude of being invincible, he was in college for two weeks and played one college game in the fall. Then unexpected tragedy came a calling. On September 11, 1983, James became a quadriplegic from playing a football game. The doctor said, “James, I’m sorry. You’ll never walk again and you might be paralyzed from your neck down.” Later, the doctor advised his family to put him in a nursing home. His accomplishments are evidence of the results: Author of “One More Play” and “Persevere Past your Paralysis.”Profiled in the Storytelling Magazine The Hero’s Journey, ABC, CBS, Fox News, and NBC, Sport Spectrum Ministries Radio and other media.Declared Top Teacher of the Week by Fox News 2005 and Teacher of the Year 2002.Coach of the Year 2006 and 2000; winning a state championship.Received Jo Andrews Award 1995 and Dr. Hal R. Rammer Award 1991 both for overcoming adversity.contributor to 17 Biblical Principals of Success. http://www.jamesperduespeaks.com/

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