Jamshedpur, Nov. 22: Life after death is a subject most of us will never live to tell, except in the case of the remarkable Sam Cawthorn.
In October 2006, Sam’s life changed forever when he was involved in a major car accident, where he was pronounced ‘dead.’ He was thankfully resuscitated, but left with a amputated right arm and a permanent disability in his right leg. He defied all odds taking his first steps into a new life, where his story would continue to inspire and change the lives people all over the world.
Sam’s message demonstrates the awesome power and strength found within the human spirit when faced with the choice to continue living as a victim of a tragic accident, or to make a choice to seize the opportunity of ‘life’.
Sam Cawthorn is a thought leader and expert in resilience and corporate turnaround. He is the CEO of Empowering Enterprises, a Company dedicated to advance humanity bringing happiness, inspiration and empowering around the world. He is an accomplished author having written 6 books and also a philanthropist starting a charity working with kids living with a disability in developing worlds.
Sam is now a hugely successful keynote speaker, reaching tens of thousands of people around the world. He is a forefront of global trends and has the unique ability to transform impossibilities into possible realities. Sam’s thought leadership is in corporate and personal turnarounds and his research is in his message to not bounce back but bounce forward through difficult times.
As part of CII-Yi Jharkhand YUVA initiative, Sam Cawthorn will inspire the people of Jamshedpur and talk about life as he sees it on Monday at Fasy Auditorium, Loyola School from 7 p.m.