Join Us for a Special Event on December 12th, 2021!

— A talk by Morten Bonde, the author of “Sentenced to Blindness… Now What?”, followed by a Q&A session

This year, Christmas is early for us! Why? On December 12th, 2021 at 9am PST, we will have a chance to meet Morten Bonde, the amazing author and speaker and hear his talk virtually. How exciting! Better yet, this event is free and open to all. Whether you are experiencing vision loss or NOT, we hope you will be inspired and motivated to grow bigger than the obstacles presented in life. To join this event, please simply answer four questions here.

Morten Bonde is a skilled senior art director with twenty years of experience developing advertising campaigns for brands in Denmark and abroad. He has worked with both large and small companies and most recently has been responsible for a number of successful LEGO commercials and animated short films. Oh, and he’s legally blind!

Morten has the incurable eye disease Retinitis Pigmentosa, causing him to slowly lose his sight. In 2016, his vision was so severely reduced that his life couldn’t continue as before. His whole world collapsed.

In this talk, Morten will share how he decided to see possibilities rather than limitations. With research into the human mind, the practice of mindfulness behavior and meditation and four challenges in four months to reprogram his subconscious mind, he shares how he decided to grow bigger than his greatest life-challenge, BLINDNESS!

Today Morten has an active career in the LEGO Group, and is a published author and motivational speaker on self-management and self-motivation.

Image of author of and book cover for Sentenced to Blindness Now What

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