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Today I have the pleasure to Interview Winston Clements
Winston Ben Clements is an award-winning international speaker, on a mission to inspire 1 BILLION people to unleash their God-given potential!
Imagine breaking a leg!
Yes I understand it’s not a pleasant thought because breaking any bone would be an extremely painful experience.
Now imagine breaking a leg. Every single month.
For 12 years.
Winston Ben Clements was predicted to live a life of isolation and pain due to a rare bone disorder known as Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI). This condition caused his bones to be extremely fragile, suffering over 200 fractures in his lifetime.
The early years were particularly difficult. Winston not only had to deal with the typical challenges of school and adolescence, but he also struggled with loneliness and frustration because his body would continuously let him down. Watching his siblings and the other kids from the sidelines was a constant reminder of how different he was, and he often found himself wondering “what is the point of it all?”
Despite this, Winston considers himself to be one of the lucky ones. A significant number of people with OI never make it beyond childhood. He was also born into a family who were destined to cope with a son who refused to allow his physical condition to limit his lifestyle. Winston also credits his positive attitude to his faith in God, as well as all the inspiration he has received from friends and all the people he has encountered along his journey.
Winston graduated from University with a degree in Computer Science and then spent over 10 years working as a Consultant for global corporations in the technology industry.
In this episode, we talk about:
- The importance of diversity and cultural training in our society
- #Blacklivesmatter and what it really means
- What companies can do to have a more diverse, open and aware culture
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