I have survived cancer four times, two open-heart surgeries and multiple brushes with death over my 46 years. What do I know about life? Or more accurately, what do I think I know? Well, I think I know this. I need love as much as I need air, water and food to survive and flourish. I have to love everyone but you don’t have to like him or her. The closer people are to me, the more love I radiate towards them and the more I accept their presence. Acceptance is the key to serenity. I only control my actions, not… Read more.
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Steve Webster, MBA, is a author and consultant on leadership, marketing, and survivorship. He has worked as an strategic planner for some of the largest companies in Canada and has sat on national boards involved with cancer survivors and policy for adolescent cancer.
A four-time cancer survivor, Steve is the author of Nine Lives (Plus One) and has authored dissertations on leadership, social media, and cause marketing.
Steve lives in a house by the ocean in Prince Edward Island with his wife Sandra and their youngest child Sam. He enjoys chasing foxes out of his backyard and watching the tides come in and out because that means the world is still in order on the outside.
For more information, please visit sdwebster.com.
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