Nov 16, 2011

Posted by Mike Wojcik on November 16, 2011 at 10:55 PM

Dear ________,

My name is Mike Wojcik, and I hope you can spare a few moments of your time to read this letter.

Three weeks before I was to begin my career as a Health and Physical Education school teacher, with the position of Assistant Wrestling Coach, I was critically injured on an ATV. This was August 10th 2008. I am considered a brain injury patient, and I currently cannot talk or eat. Fortunately, I still have my mind and my ability to type as a way of communication, but please excuse any grammatical errors or typos.

I would love the opportunity to visit and share a 45 minute presentation that tells a little about me and all I have been through. It also gives advice on ATV safety, alcohol awareness, and ways in which brain injuries could ultimately be avoided. Most of all, I want to encourage young adults to appreciate the little things in life, and to think before they act so they can make good decisions. Furthermore, it talks about how decisions shape destiny. It also talks about bullying and encourages kids to be leaders not bullies.

I feel my message needs to be heard by as many people as I can reach. It is a powerful one - one that will make a profound difference, impact lives, and motivate kids to think before They Act. It is an important one; just as important as any class they will ever take..

I was all set to begin my career, Instead, I am a young adult with a mountain of medical bills and college loans, so I do ask you help me, and in turn help others. I ask 1000 for middle schools and high schools. And 3000 for colleges. This presentation is unique; it will teach more than any book ever can. These numbers are based on amounts I have already received.

If you have time I would encourage you to watch my movie. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7P2SfpSN9g

Please contact me via e-mail if this is something you are interested in: [email protected]

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Mike Wojcik

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