Stephen Sutton Awarded Posthumous MBE (and Interview Link)

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The Queen showed today that she is no procrastinator by awarding Stephen Sutton a posthumous MBE. So deserved! I will never forget getting to know and then interviewing Stephen Sutton with friend Mike Pagan. Stephen only lived a few more days and went on to elevate the Teenage Cancer Trust’s funds by over £5m. To quote Stephen:

‘A positive attitude even if you fake it achieves positive outcomes;
‘Life is great but cancer sucks!’
‘I have so much motivation but so little time, when many people I meet have so much time but so little motivation’

We owe it to ourselves and Stephen’s legacy to make the most of ourselves and to use our time wisely. NO MORE PROCRASTINATION! WELL DONE STEPHEN!

Here is the interview link to NO MORE PROCRASTINATION with Stephen’s Story


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