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Bowman speaks on the effects of bullying


By William Bowman - Posted on 17 May 2016

Bowman speaks on the effects of bullying

V.I.P. C.E.O. William H. Bowman speaks to 5th graders at Cedar Park Elementary in Selma, Alabama on bullying and how it hurts someone's feelings.

They also talked about that one thing could look one way but be totally different in reality. Bowman shared his life as a visually impaired person being bullied with the kids to educate them on how to live independently through using assistive technology.

He also talked about his careers in agriculture and his work as C.E.. for V.I.P. Bowman also talked about attitude and having a positive one instead of a negative one. Bowman told the kids fighting was not the answer. Education was the key to success.

Follow the process to success by doing what you have to do to be successful. Do it your way and do not worry about what people think or say about you. Do not make excuses. Life has ups and downs. Deal With It. Thanks to Mrs. April Pettway for having him as the guest speaker.

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