ALVIN LAW

“I’ve seen well over a hundred speakers, and there isn’t another like Alvin. He isn’t a nice to have. He’s a must have.”
— Kevin Kerley.
Chairman, Academy of Chief Executives

To say Alvin Law is disabled wouldn’t offend him or be inaccurate; after all he was born without arms due to the infamous morning sickness drug, Thalidomide.  Today, he is completely independent and most often is described as “amazing”, as opposed to “disabled”.  People often assume his program must be yet another example of a “Handicapped Speaker”.  These kinds of perceptions and labels have actually been Alvin’s biggest obstacles.  If you consider he was born this way, perhaps you can also consider he was born completely “normal”…to him! 

 

Yet what Alvin has accomplished in the face of such challenges makes him a real life expert in a world full of real-life obstacles.  Alvin was born in 1960, so his insight from living through such a dynamic period in history has also made him one of the foremost experts on adaptation, change, diversity and perspective.  This is more than just marketing hype.  Alvin’s story is real and one that is impossible to forget but not simply because of his difference;“Alvin is us!” was a description used by a witness to his phenomenal show (it is so much more than a speech). 

 

In fact, many have described him as a master storyteller, and he has great stories.  His sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, but always honest observations about the human experience connects him with his audience in a very rare way.  He allows his audience to feel both the pain and elation that all human beings experience regardless of the circumstances of their birth and he definitely makes people reconsider the excuses they make in their daily lives.

 

Having said all of this, Alvin’s presentation is more than just a warm & fuzzy story.  Combining lessons from his remarkable life of being born without arms with his unique insight into personal business attitudes, Alvin has developed a series of proven strategies for enhancing and sustaining employee production and job satisfaction on both an individual and corporate level.  Audiences learn how to apply these time-tested techniques to ignite their own vision and execute their strategies to enhance overall job performance as well as increase personal satisfaction. 

 

 

 

"Alvin is a genius. He is one of the most relatable speakers I have ever heard. He made us laugh, he made us cry, he made us think. Most importantly Alvin helped us understand that we become what we pay attention to.  I love this guy.”
Terry Small, The Brain Guy

To say Alvin Law is disabled wouldn’t offend him or be inaccurate; after all he was born without arms due to the infamous morning sickness drug, Thalidomide.  Today, he is completely independent and most often is described as “amazing”, as opposed to “disabled”.  People often assume his program must be yet another example of a “Handicapped Speaker”.  These kinds of perceptions and labels have actually been Alvin’s biggest obstacles.  If you consider he was born this way, perhaps you can also consider he was born completely “normal”…to him! 

 

Yet what Alvin has accomplished in the face of such challenges makes him a real life expert in a world full of real-life obstacles.  Alvin was born in 1960, so his insight from living through such a dynamic period in history has also made him one of the foremost experts on adaptation, change, diversity and perspective.  This is more than just marketing hype.  Alvin’s story is real and one that is impossible to forget but not simply because of his difference;“Alvin is us!” was a description used by a witness to his phenomenal show (it is so much more than a speech). 

 

In fact, many have described him as a master storyteller, and he has great stories.  His sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, but always honest observations about the human experience connects him with his audience in a very rare way.  He allows his audience to feel both the pain and elation that all human beings experience regardless of the circumstances of their birth and he definitely makes people reconsider the excuses they make in their daily lives.

 

Having said all of this, Alvin’s presentation is more than just a warm & fuzzy story.  Combining lessons from his remarkable life of being born without arms with his unique insight into personal business attitudes, Alvin has developed a series of proven strategies for enhancing and sustaining employee production and job satisfaction on both an individual and corporate level.  Audiences learn how to apply these time-tested techniques to ignite their own vision and execute their strategies to enhance overall job performance as well as increase personal satisfaction. 

 

 

 

 

 

For booking information contact:

 

Stacy Anderson

(949) 544-1410

info@elitespeakersinternational.com

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