Belief is essential

I met Lars for the first time two years ago. He is the brother of a former colleague of mine and I met him at her 60th birthday party. Since then we have had many long and interesting conversations, sometimes from opposite sides of the world. All this time I have been intrigued by his thinking and how he handles his life being diagnosed with MS and confined to a wheelchair. His incredible ability to defy the diagnosis is so amazing that I want to share it with you. This was the second and last part of the interview with Lars. If you did not see the first interview, you can watch it here.

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