JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker

JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker

Jason Freeman - Motivational Speaker

Energetic & Empowering Speaker with a Speech Impediment

Jason Freeman transcended both the physical limitations of cerebral palsy & the mental anguish of self-doubt and shame, humor intact. He uses his experience to excite and encourage audiences to break through the barriers of their own limitations.

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from San Diego, CA (US)

For more information about booking JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker, visit
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JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker
Jason Freeman - Motivational Speaker

Energetic & Empowering Speaker with a Speech Impediment

Jason Freeman transcended both the physical limitations of cerebral palsy & the mental anguish of self-doubt and shame, humor intact. He uses his experience to excite and encourage audiences to break through the barriers of their own limitations.

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from San Diego, CA

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JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker - Motivational Speaker

JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker

Energetic & Empowering Speaker with a Speech Impediment

Jason Freeman transcended both the physical limitations of cerebral palsy & the mental anguish of self-doubt and shame, humor intact. He uses his experience to excite and encourage audiences to break through the barriers of their own limitations.

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: San Diego, CA

Affiliations:

For more information about booking JASON FREEMAN - Imperfect Best Speaker,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JasonWFreeman/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Noticing the Success You are Hiding From

AS MANY self-help books as I’ve read, as many yoga classes as I’ve taken, as many hours as I’ve meditated, as many inspirational conferences as I’ve been to, as many Imperfect Best talks that I’ve given, I have a vicious secret.  I still, routinely, choose to see the glass of abundance in my life as […]...

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My Imperfect Best Attempts To Process Trauma

Dedicated to the wonderful memory of John Gridley IV   Do you ever wish you could plan for the things that will frustrate and scare you in the coming year?  I do.  With advance warning, we probably wouldn’t be so triggered by them.  Would this ability be a super power or a super curse?  Given […]...

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The Worst Critic

Have you, like me, found a painful amount of truth to the saying, “We are our own worst critic?” I have come to define this “worst critic” part of myself as The Perfectionist Voice.  As I imagine most of us do, I hear this Perfectionist Voice countless times each and every, single day.  In fact, […]...

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Remember the Rest of the Alphabet

My advice is sometimes hard to implement. I know this because I give myself a great deal of advice that I often find challenging to implement.  I imagine we all experience this from time to time.  It’s been said that we’re our own best teachers, but we can also be our most challenging students.  I […]...

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Recognizing Who YOU Are

When I was a little kid my parents frequently told me, “You are the best.”   Each of us are born into a unique set of circumstances.  Some of these circumstances may seem to offer opportunities, while others may seem to offer great challenges.  My birth itself literally changed the circumstances from which I would […]...

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This Afternoon is Quiet & Kind of Uncomfortable

As a professional speaker, I’m busier than I have ever been.  This week I did one speaking engagement, booked two more and did a great deal of promising networking.  I’m in the heart of my career and enjoying it so much. Yet this afternoon, as I devote time to writing blogs and composing new copy […]...

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Prepare for Your Ship to Come in

Some months ago, I was excited to attend a networking event that is famous for bringing in a well known speaker each month.   The organizer and I are friends, so we arranged to get together to catch up a few hours before the event. When we met up, my first question for him was, […]...

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We Can Love Ourselves Into Unity OR Hate Ourselves Apart

It’s tempting to blame.  Some people blame the liberals, some blame the conservatives, some blame the media. I notice that especially over the last few years I’ve developed a habit of laying blame as I scroll through the news on my phone.   I find it’s all too easy for this blame to turn to […]...

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I Should Not Be Doing Yoga

If you are anything like me, sometimes you talk yourself out of doing things that are both good for you and that you truly want to do.  Why do we do this?  I’m not sure, but I know we do. Ten years ago, I came very close to not beginning to go to yoga classes.  […]...

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My Very Imperfect Best Relationship with Food

Lunch today for me was a win because while I went to a local deli and decadently ordered a greasy tuna melt, I decided not to also get the king sized candy bar that I was contemplating.  When it comes to my diet, I take all the wins I can get. I live in San […]...

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