Originally shared by +Ron Nakamoto
Lee Brower is truly a crusader for young adults battling cancer. Every year, he and his wife Lori hold a girls softball tournament in Utah to raise money for young adults with cancer. It's a deeply personal cause: their son Nick died of cancer at the age of 22. The charity that Lee and Lori now operate W.A.C.K.Y. (Warriors Against Cancer in Kids and Young adults) was founded by Nick shortly before he passed away.
When Lee to kids, he does so with some of the same life coach insights that have made him a guru to entrepreneurs and family leaders. Some of those insights came from Nick and the rules he developed for himself as he dealt with adversity:
1. Always have something positive to look forward to;
2. Give back – be of service to others;
3. Find ways to have fun.
Lee shares this message frequently in his talks at schools, youth events, and especially at the annual WACKY Softball Tournament.