David Roche is a humorist and performer who has transformed his life experience of living with a facial disfigurement into a compelling message that delights audiences around the world.
His presentations are uniquely effective at communicating the social consequences of being perceived as “different” in our society. In early June, 2008, David performed one of his most popular performances “The Church of 80% Sincerity” for the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Happily, that performance was captured on video at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage archives.
I am very grateful to have met David in person and have listened to one of his talks live. I found David’s message very helpful and inspiring to myself. I hope you take the time to watch or listen to the video.
What thoughts came to your mind when listening to David Roche? After watching the video do you think you will act any differently in your personal or professional life? Do any of you have fears of being rejected and being un-loved like David talks about? We all would love to hear your thoughts, comments and suggestions.
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