Dana LaMon

Biography

Dana LaMon is a professional speaker who has motivated and inspired audiences around the globe from Southeast Asia to South Africa and over thirty states of the United States. His speaking venues have varied from the public classroom of kindergarten students to the private meeting room of corporate executives. He speaks on the principles for meaningful living, such as excellence, drive, change, growth and development, and diversity and inclusion. He is the 1992 World Champion of Public Speaking of Toastmasters International.

Dana LaMon became blind when he was four years old. Using braille as his primary method for reading and writing, he attended public schools. He graduated with honors from John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California.

Dana is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Southern California Law Center. He is a member of the California State Bar and a retired administrative Law Judge.

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Books

The Soul's Mirror: Reflections on the Fullness of Life
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Price: $8.49 USD. Words: 54,350. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration
This is a motivational and inspirational daily reader on how you can maximize the success and joy of living. In an autobiographical style, the author, a blind African-American judge and internationally-known motivational speaker, reflects on his life and experiences and what has kept him moving on the road to success despite challenges, rejections, disappointments, and failures.
Making the Moment Meaningful: Creating a Path to Purpose and Fulfillment
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 54,150. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration
This is a book of inspirational stories and practical advice from a blind, African-American judge and motivational speaker that lead to a life of purpose and meaning. The author sets forth four factors for determining meaningfulness and encourages the reader to make meaning in his or her life instead of searching for it.

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