Breaking Limitations | Wai Hung Ma

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“Wai is motivational, inspirational, reliable and dedicated to his work. Wai Ma’s unwavering support to break down his barriers and motivate others to challenge themselves is incredible to witness. His presentation quality and the books he has written are outstanding. Wai Ma’s motivational speaking efforts have had a positive impact on our staff as well as on our clients and are greatly appreciated.”

- Jordyn Jeffrey | Marketing Coordinator WorkBC Employment Services Centre – Kamloops - Thompson

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Dear Wai Ma,

Open Door Group is happy to write a letter of recommendation for Wai Ma based on our recent experience at our event at our Kamloops WorkBC Centre. Our Ability Works Presentations & Hiring Fair was an exceptional event. Wai Ma provided a motivational speech on breaking limitations to our jobseeker clients, employers, and guests. As the Marketing Coordinator with WorkBC Kamloops-Thompson, I worked closely with Corey and Wai on coordinating The Ability Works Presentations and Job Fair. Working with Wai on the preparation for the event and during his presentation was a pleasure.

Wai is motivational, inspirational, reliable and dedicated to his work. Wai Ma’s unwavering support to break down his barriers and motivate others to challenge themselves is incredible to witness. His presentation quality and the books he has written are outstanding. Wai Ma’s motivational speaking efforts have had a positive impact on our staff as well as on our clients and are greatly appreciated.

Based on my experience with Wai Ma, I can wholeheartedly recommend him as an outstanding candidate for future motivational speaking events and presentations. I recommend giving one of his many books a read as well that he has written.

Jordyn Jeffrey | Marketing Coordinator WorkBC Employment Services Centre – Kamloops - Thompson

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Ever since Wai contacted me last summer looking for a swim coach, he has been dedicated to training. In the beginning he was looking for a coach to make him faster. We worked together on speed, but also his ability to float without the lifejacket, kick, and getting comfortable swimming on his front. He showed up every week with a smile on his face and the drive to improve his swimming.

This summer I looked forward to seeing Wai swim again. I was blown away by how much he had improved over the winter. We began training for his fundraiser in May. I time his swims, and we work on kicking, shoulder mobility, and arm speed every week. When he’s not swimming with me, he’s swimming anywhere from 35 to 40 laps in preparation. Training with Wai for his fundraiser has been a long, but exciting journey. I look forward to see him show everyone how hard he works every day to meet his goals.

Meghan Fair

Wai!

I just finished reading your first book. It was amazing! I must buy the book so I can get my mom to read it. I know I will use many of the tools in the book. I liked the chapter on self worth, especially the part where it said to write all your positive attributes down and keep them to look at to remind yourself of your own worth. I realize that respect, learning from mistakes, courage, and depending on yourself are all really important. I even wrote down some of the sentences in the book that I really like so that I can constantly remind myself of them… I loved the “You spend 24 hours a day with you. Who knows you better than you?” and ” Try to look at your crisis as a challenge, not an obstacle.” Thank you for all your wonderful insights.

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Hi Wai Hung

Remember, I knew you before you were famous!!! WOW, I have read the first two chapters…It is fantastic….And I must say, just what I needed to hear right now…Bravo to you!! I will comment more when I finish. Thank you so much for sharing this with me and allowing me to read your work before it is out on the shelves and you are out sharing it with millions. I consider this a great honour….I am in awe and so proud of you!! Talk to you again soon.

P.S. : I am going to finish reading in the morning

Julie

I recently read an Inspirational booklet by an exciting new author, Wai Hung and am eager to spread it’s message.

I recently read an Inspirational booklet by an exciting new author, Wai Hung and am eager to spread it’s message.

The booklet entitled “Breaking Limitations” comprises a combination of personal experiences, meaningful analogies and a philosophy of life, which is easily understood. What is even more inspirational is that Mr. Hung has been wheelchair bound since childhood. For some, this would be a death sentence. Instead Mr. Hung has used his limitations as strengths. Reading his booklet will leave one questioning our able bodied selves compared to the challenges Mr. Hung has had to overcome. A recommended read for all of us who think we have problems.

Renz Crema, BA, | MSW Psychiatric Social Worker