Dell Technologies Canada: Thought Leaders Series – Bringing Masterminds to you Virtually.
The above refers to an interview to be held with Mr. Shayne Corson. Mr. Corson was an NHL hockey player, now retired. He played 1156 games, for 5 different teams. He also played in the Olympics, World Hockey and the World Junior Hockey Championships, representing Canada. Hall of Fame player, Mark Recchi, referred to Shayne Corson as the bravest man he has ever known. Few people knew that, throughout most of his career, Corson suffered from mental illness, specifically anxiety, compounded by ulcerative colitis issues. Corson has often credited Darcy Tucker (ex NHLer and his brother-in-law), with saving his life during his playing and post career mental and physical challenges. Mr. Corson is now an active ADVOCATE OF MENTAL HEALTH.
Many health experts consider mental illness as the greatest health challenge in today’s world. A survivor likely recognizes the issue more readily than others. Shayne Corson is a survivor. He feels strongly that publicizing this subject can help others survive, as he has survived.
The interview with Mr. Corson will be held on Feb. 17/21 at 10 AM PT. If you have a specific question that you would like to ask Mr. Corson on this subject matter please send that question to me. I will forward your query to the event moderator. Please be aware that your question may not get answered directly, but I will suggest that many interesting questions will get answered about this very important issue.
If you would like to watch this event you must download the ZOOM app. on your computer. Please use the link below and register as soon as possible. The process to register is pretty well self-explanatory (you will be asked for your name, occupation/company (put “retired”), attendee category (put “customer”) and your referral (put “Bill Williams”).  A confirmation of your registration will be sent to you. The day prior to the event an email with a link to the event with be emailed to you.
If you have a question that you would like me to pass on, please email me with your question as soon as possible. Again, your question may not get used due to time limitations.
My contact information: <> – phone or text 778-921-2298.
I hope you will be able to attend this virtual presentation.
Bob Reid