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Blindness, No Obstacle - 10 Insights from Caroline Casey
 

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Caroline Casey has dedicated the past decade of her life to changing how global society views people with disabilities. In 2000, she rode 1,000 kilometers across India on an elephant to raise funds for Sight Savers. Then, as founding CEO of Kanchi in Dublin, she developed a set of best practices (based on ISO 9000 quality standards) for businesses, to help them see “disabled” workers as an asset as opposed to a liability. Hundreds of companies have adopted the standards, changing their policies and attitudes.

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    • @33voices33voices.com Looking Past Limits
    • NOTE: The following represents ten highlights from the interview by @MoeAbdou, founder & host of 33voices®. Click to stream audio
    • Caroline Casey As a blind woman, Caroline has dedi- cated the past decade of her life to changing how global society views people with disabilities. As CEO of Kanchi, she developed a set of best practices for businesses, to help them see “disabled” workers as an asset as opposed to a liability.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey Your identity is always defined by the person you are, never the work that you do (be proud). No.1
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.2 Each of us are born with unlimited potential - the only limits you have are mind made.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.3 Your greatest capacity is between your ears and it starts with your attitude towards the world.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.4 When you measure success by the progress you make each day There will be no such thing as failure.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.5 Next time you’re trying to persuade someone to believe in your unproven idea, make it personal.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.6 Disability is in the eye of the beholder. Never let it defeat you.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.7 When self doubt lurks, Be still, feel the fear and try doing something you love.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.8 All of us die, but few of us will ever live. life begins when you know that you’re perfect, as you are.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.9 When you become really good at listening and hearing what you don’t want to hear, others will buy in.
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.10 Impossible is an opinion, never factual. ignore it!
    • 33voices.com/Caroline-Casey No.10 Impossible is an opinion, never factual. ignore it! 33voices Caroline Casey - Impossible Is An Opinion
    • Really reflect... Is there anything that you’re hiding from the world? Really? Really reflect...
    • CONNECT WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com