Lee Carlson speaks about the concept of stress and how living with no stress provides one with insight on the important things in life.
Lee Carlson, a teacher and coach since graduating from Concordia College in 1988, holds state board positions with Education Minnesota, MN Education Equity Partnership, and MN Rural Education Association. Transitioning from Cushing’s Syndrome to Addison’s Disease served as notice for Carlson to search out a wide range of opportunities with his second chance at life, most recently speaking at Rare Disease Day at the Capitol in St. Paul. Carlson’s wife Susie and their three children; Sam, Madi, and Logan live in St. James, MN.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx