Alvin Law’s storytelling ability and his accomplishments have made him a popular speaker. Alvin was born without arms in 1960 as the result of the morning sickness medication Thalidomide. He is a certified speaking professional, has shared his story in more than 7,500 events on five continents, is a best-selling author, is in two Halls of fame, has won an Emmy, and was in television shows and films.
He says that how you think changes our minds and bodies to winning battles. His book is Alvin Laws of Life…5 Steps to Successfully Overcome Anything. He is in the Canadian Professional Speakers and the Canadian Disability Foundation Halls of Fame.
He won an Emmy for a short feature film on ABC and played a role in the hit show The X Files. He was also in a film by director Harmony Korine called Julien…Donkey Boy. Alvin is also a world class multi-instrument player. Besides all that, Alvin has participated in more than 100 telethons, helping to raise more than $225,000,000 for charity.
Alvin has been the subject of several documentaries in Canada and always uses his story to reach people personally, getting them to change their negative stories, to stop making excuses, and to make new choices.
His humour, musical performances and storytelling that is included in his presentations connects with attendees personally.