Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 3 March, 2006 : – – For the past 10 years, Jesse’s entry into the world of public speaking came from the personal desire and will to share his life experiences with others. Being only 17 years of age when struck with a spinal cord injury, Jesse knew early on that his life was forever changed. His motivational speaking spans topics that reach and respect the young minds of students and families all over, and create a connection that inspires his audiences to realize that there is more to life than most people believe.
He is quickly becoming known internationally for his warmth, energy and openness in his speaking engagements. Jesse brings his vast experiences from the world of being a professional athlete to surviving a spinal cord injury into organizations and corporations in a way all ages can relate to.
Jesse Billauer shares his life experiences in such a manner as to impress upon the audience the fragility of life, and the need to appreciate the benefits of a healthy living. With such dedication and love for life, Jesse has inspired people to look at their lives in a more thoughtful and thankful way. As a result, he has helped them in their personal as well as professional careers.
Jesse Billauer has been featured on TV shows such as Good Morning America, Dateline, Entertainment Television’s True American Story, TLC’s While You Were Out, and was featured in the Motion Picture, Step into Liquid. A soon to be released documentary movie on his life, Jesse’s Story, will surely inspire people worldwide to enjoy today knowing tomorrow is not guaranteed. The movie shows that your world as you know it can change in an instant and you should not wait for a tragedy to tell those important to you that you love them. No matter how bad things may appear, happiness is just a positive thought away.
Additional details will also soon be available at www.JesseBillauer.com
2006 Tour is sponsored by Balance Vector, Ocean Pacific, Christopher Reeve Foundation, Boost Mobile and Life Rolls On Foundation