“Balls in Your Face” – Would we Ever Do This?

Come On Guys.  Why Don’t We Do This?

I am just about to begin my eighth year as a prostate cancer survivor and I become more amazed with each passing day how reluctant men are to talk about this issue.

Women are wonderful and wonderfully effective at driving home the importance of checking for breast cancer and focusing attention on the need for more research.

Men, on the other hand, are quiet about prostate cancer until we are diagnosed, despite the fact that number of new prostate cancer cases each year exceeds those of breast cancer.

Here’s What We Need to Be Doing! – The Enduring Vision

If you have a sense of humor, then click on the following link to The Enduring Vision and get a belly laugh (at least I did) about how to get attention for this deadly disease and have fun at the same time.

I hope Lance Armstrong has a sense of humor, because I really could see this kind of billboard.

Just another day in Paradise.  Warm regards,  Robert


About The Success Architect®️

Business Owner | Business Advisor | Cancer survivor, Class of 2003 | Founder and President of the Cancer Journeys Foundation | Founder of the Tour de USA®️ to End Cancer | Founder and CEO of The Success Foundry | Best Selling Author | Speaker | Senior Fellow @ the Center for the Digital Future USC Annenberg School |Business Coach Founder, CEO of TSG Inc | Founder and Partner of InterSpaceLA | Thought Partner | Founder of Pony Express Riders | Autocrosser | Motorcycle Rider | Bicycle Racer | USA Cycling Coach | Retired career Army officer | Prostate Cancer Advocate | Find me at LinkedIn.com/in/robertwarrenhess.
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