This week on the Dharma Project Stephanie talks with Author, Speaker, and Humanitarian Jim Stovall.
Jim is the author of 48 titles, and is best known for his bestselling novel The Ultimate Gift, which is just one of his books that has also been made into a movie.
An illness caused Jim to lose his sight in his twenties, and in this episode listen as he shares how he views his blindness as an advantage, his thoughts on productivity versus activity, and where you can find good ideas, and so much more!
You can learn more about Jim at www.jimstovall.com and if you’re interested in contributing to his Dear Napoleon project you can email a letter explaining how one of Napoleon Hill’s messages has impacted your life to Jim@jimstovall.com
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is an American writer best known for his bestselling novel The Ultimate Gift. The book was made into the movie The Ultimate Gift. The Ultimate Gift has a prequel called The Ultimate Life and a sequel called The Ultimate Legacy.
Stovall is blind and is an advocate on behalf of people with blindness. He works to make television and movies accessible to the blind as President of the Narrative Television Network, an organization that has received various award recognitions including an Emmy award, a Media Access Award, and an International Film and Video Award.
He was chosen as the International Humanitarian of the Year, joining Jimmy Carter, Nancy Reagan, and Mother Teresa as recipients of this honor.
He has also received an Honorary Doctorate of Law from ORU for his work with the disabled.
You can learn more about Jim at his website www.jimstovall.com