GUEST SPEAKER TO SCHOOLS, CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS, CHURCHES — AVOIDING DRUG & ALCOHOL ABUSE
Rod Luck, Television Sportscaster and Commentator in San Diego Rod Luck, Television Sportscaster and Commentator in San Diego
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Guest Speaker for Schools and Youth Groups

Avoiding Drugs and Alcohol Presentation
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I have been having “loads of LUCK” speaking to High School students, civic groups and those incarcerated, about Drug & Alcohol abuse. I can speak about those things, because I was an abuser. Now 6 1/2 years “addiction free” I feel obligated to go into the community and “spread the word” and, hopefully, save a life or two or more! I also talk to the young people about motivation and getting to the top, becoming a winner, a leader. If you have a school or civic or church group please contact me and we will get together and save a few lives and souls. Please Contact Me. The few minutes you take to contact me could save a life. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Amazing Testimonials from Students!

“Thank you very much for taking time out of your own life to come talk to us about your struggles. You were an inspirational speaker, and from this, I can see how you were a famous personality. I’m happy that you were able to defeat your drug and alcohol addiction. Your talk about scholarships and internships inspired me to call a local scientific research facility for an internship in the future. Without you coming here, I probably would not have this idea, so I thank you very much for it. You were quite possibly the most influential person I have seen in this class so far.”

—   David T.

Students listening to Guest Speaker Rod Luck

“I want to say thanks for your time today. What I learned today is how to live my life and how to protect my life. I know that you are a good guy and help students so I will say thanks so much. I like the way you talk. I [also] learned today was try hard and never give up.”

—   Ku T.

“I want to thank you for taking your time out of day and coming to speak to us. For one I think you connected to us more than you thought. I like the way that you saw and handled your problems and were smart enough to handle them. Now you’re taking the knowledge that you learned and passing it onwards to us students and I respect you for that. Now if only more people would actually speak to us as young adults, our minds would actually be set on the right paths.”

—   Abraham L.

Rod Luck as Guest Speaker talking to Students

“I’ve learned lots of interesting things about you. I really enjoyed you coming because you taught me lots of things about life and how drugs can mess up your life. I’ve also learned to never give up and to try harder. I hope you can come again and teach us more about life. So far you are one of the best presenters that came to our class and I’ve actually listened to what you said.”

—   Jason S.

“I really want to thank you for taking time out of your morning to come speak to us and sharing your life experiences with us. You are probably one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever met. It means a lot that you share your dark side with us, I’m honestly happy for your change. I had a friend whose dad was exactly like you. I helped her out by telling someone, and I succeeded because he went to rehab center and got sober now he’s clean. You’re so strong and really inspire me to do my best in life and that’s what I’m going to do.”

—   F. Abdullahi

Students listening to Guest Speaker Rod Luck

“I took great pleasure to sit through your talk today. I found that your talk was one of the most engaging that I have ever had the privilege to listen to, and found myself captivated by every word. The amount of attention you gave to our lives shows that you care, and not that many people do. I offer my thanks for the time to talk to us.”

—   F. Osman

“I don’t believe I’ve ever heard a speech like yours before. It was a awe inspiring and felt that I related to many things you said. I believe in what you said “you are your own worst enemy”. Many times I felt that I couldn’t make it and made poor choices instead to make myself feel better. I hope that I inspire many people as you have inspired me. You have given me a soul changing experience one that makes me want to flip my life around and start anew. I’d just like you to know that you have been a stepping stone for greatness and this memory will last me forever.”

—   Daniel L.

Rod Luck as Guest Speaker talking to Students

“Thank you for visiting our class to talk about your adventurous life. I appreciate that you took the time out of your life to try and inspire some students. It feels as if you were made to teach those whose lives are in some need of direction. I really hope you like coming to schools and talking about life because it seems to suit your personality. You’re very fluent with your speaking. It seems as if it were coming from your heart and mind.”

—   Ana H.

“Luck is an extremely accurate name for you. Coming into our class and speaking to us about the consequences and outcomes of drug usage was a helpful topic not only for my classmates but for everybody around us. Staying away from the wrong problems in life is a decision and we’re glad you’re here to help others and [help us to] not make the same decisions you once did. Thank you for coming to our class.”

—   Andrea M.

 
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