Nathan Hall MAKES His Life Work

Quick message here Scary Guy,

I remember the day you visited the secondary school i attended in Middlesbrough, England called Ormesby Comprehensive School and gave us your talk. What a big part of my life that speech has played, It gave me a real push to fullfull my life ambitions which has led to me successfully completing college and also going into a career that will lead to me being a very wealthy person!

There needs to be more people like yourself in the world!

Take care x
Nathan Hall

MARIAN CLENNON FOM AUSTIN MINNESOTA SPEAKS

Marian J. Clennon Speaks:

I WANT TO TELL YOU THAT WHAT YOU TAUGHT IS STICKING WITH ME. iT IS A STRANGE FEELING SOMETIMES WHEN I REALIZE IT. SOMETIMES SOME OF MY OLD FRIENDS GET A LITTLE FRUSTRATED THAT I AM NOT THE OLD ME THAT KEPT REACTING.

STAYING POSITIVE IS A VERY DIFFICULT THING. ONCE YOU GET STARTED IT IS HARD TO STOP.ONE THING THAT I WOULD LIKE TO SUGGEST THAT YOU TEACH IS THAT CHANGE IN YOUR ATTITUDE DOESN’T NECESSARILY HAPPEN OVERNIGHT.

LIKE ANY CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE, IT IS GRADUAL.I STILL HAVE A WAY TO GO BUT LOVE EVEN SEEING THE CHANGE IN MY LIFE.

THANK YOU SCARY!!

Kayleigh From Sharnbrook Upper School on The 7 Day Challenge

Kayleigh From Sharnbrook Upper School on The 7 Day Challenge
by The Scary Guy on Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 8:40pm ·
Hi Scary,

You visited my school a week ago today, where you spoke to the year 13s of Sharnbrook Upper. I tried the 7 days 7 nights, but found it really difficult. I learnt something about myself doing that, I realised how all the petty words that fly out your mouth in anger do nothing except spread that anger. You don’t feel any better for them, and neither does any one else. I’m not going to give up now, just because it’s been 7 days, and I hope I get better at it as time goes on.

I know in no way am I as bad off as some, I’ve made it through my stormy years of school where I had nowhere to turn from the bullying, but I still found you immensely helpful, thank you.

I hope you are well, I know even the strongest of people sometimes need an extra 17th hug.

Kayleigh Bunker (the blonde one that came for the hug atfer your interview)

KAYLIE PERKINS IS POWERFUL KAYLIE PERKINS IS POWERFUL

Kaylie Perkins Speaks;

I remember a few years ago you came to unity city academy in middlesbrough you gave incredible speeches and told inspirational stories at the time I had been getting bullied for a few years iv been left school for 3 years and I have grown into a completely different person as an adult I’d like to thank you for what you did I think its because of you I am the person I am today 🙂

TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO BE ALIVE

HELLO . . .

I THOUGHT I WOULD SHARE A MESSAGE FROM A YOUNG MAN I HAVE RECEIVED THIS MORNING. THIS IS WHY I CONTINUE ON MY JOURNEY.

THROUGH ALL THE THANKLESS, RUDE, HORRIFIC TERRIBLE COMMENTS I SEE AND RECEIVE . . . A COMMENT LIKE THIS COMES ALONG AND RESTORES A PERSON FAITH IN HUMAN KIND!!!

FROM RYAN STONE TO THE SCARY GUY.

HI SCARY CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU AT SIR JOHN HUNT YOU HAVE HELPED ME SO MUCH WITHOUT KNOWING AND SOME REALLY DIFFILCULT TIMES CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU AND LOVE TO YOU AND ALL YOUR FAMILY HAVE A GREAT COUPLE OF DAYS. YOUR ALL THE STARS ON THE AMERICAN FLAG YOU ARE A TRUE HERO TOO ALL WHO KNOW YOU.
HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON LOVE FROM RYAN STONE 🙂

The Scary Guy

BRIDGET HANSON SPEAKS

You are a blessing Scary!!!!!

I am Gretchens daughter and you have been my insperation sence my mom showed me your videos and told me about you. You and my mother have taught me to be strong and not to listen to negitive comments and thats why I had to write a essay about you and my mom.

I got the book and i looked in it and i saw your signeture and i felt it thinking to myself Scary sighned this just for me and one thing i have to say is THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU so much!!!!!

 

You really changed my life ♥

WORDS OF POWER FROM JADE

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“Scary guy!..

I went to tabor science college, and you was invited to our school, and i believe your speach touch many students heart’s.. the words you have said and are still saying will be carried along with many people. you have achived so much in life, and your a fantastic person. your parents should be 100,00% proud of you!.

Never stop doing what you do. x “

Jade Marie Appleby

FROM SUMNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN AUSTIN MINNESOTA

Hello Scary Guy,

How are you?  We are doing extremely good.  We wish you could come to our school again so more people would change.  We would like you to be our teacher and teach us how to treat people and animals with respect.  We think that you are a person who was sent to teach the world about kindness.  Could you please teach us more about bullying?  If you come again we think people will change even more.

Some people changed in our school.  Some students stopped bullying.  All grades are being nice.  We treat others with respect now.  We respect friends and teachers.  Kids are helping each other join in fun activities.  Students are helping students when they need help

We thank you for trying to help everyone else in our school to be a better person.  Before you came some people were getting bullied and when you came you taught them how to be nice.  Our parents wish that they could see you on your next visit.

Your best classroom,

Ms. Cook’s class

A MESSAGE FROM SEAN . . . ROCK ON SEAN!!!

Scary,

I must say at the opening of your lecture, I was intimidated, somewhat scared, and anxious to hear what you had to say. As you walked into the room, there was dead silence as if disbelief took hold of the room, even though we all knew prior as to what you would look like with the tatoos and rough exterior. However, as the lecture progressed, I started to relax and become comfortable. You truly stand for the expression “never judge a book by it’s cover”. You truly are one of the most genuine people I have ever heard and your personality is both contagious and inspirational. I have reached out to thank you, Scary. I have never been more inspired in my life. Not to say I was a bad person to begin with, but to stop all the prejudgments I have towards people before I even know their name. If I had a nickel for everytime I saw a fat guy and turned towards my friend and made a remark, I’d probably have a good amount of money. Every person carries a unique story and each should be looked at as such, not all categorized in derogatory stereotypes people make in order to boost their own self-esteem as you have mentioned in your lecture at Rider University this past Monday.

I would be lieing if I said this 7 day challenge was easy, because it certainly is not, but I am working on it. Society is becoming more and more cruel with each new generation. Best friends calling each other names in “kidding” fashion and women becoming more and more used as objects for people’s sexual enjoyment. I can’t help the world as you say, but I am starting to save mine. I want my mind to become pure and full of love. With your inspirational words and accomplishments, I believe it can be done. Good luck on your quest to lecture those fortunate enough to hear your words and for future successes coming your way. Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences and revelations and for opening the eyes of many.

Sincerely,
Sean O’Hara

EMILY, A MOTHER SPEAKS OUT

Dear Scary,

I meet with you this morning with Angus Duncan. Thank you so much for your precious time. I feel Angus really took in the words that you said and I hope will start to use them in his life. After we left you, he said how amazing the time spent with you was and that he now “holds the key”!

This is extremely amazing timing that reminds me that everything happens for a reason. He was excluded from school yesterday for is anger and dealing with it in a volatile way with an adult. When he was at home he spent the day doing numerous chores and during his lunch break we had a huge heart to heart about the source of his anger. I have known for a while it has been down to the absence and neglect from his dad. He told me he felt responsible for his dad being missing out of his life for a long time. He even felt that his father’s alcoholism and bad priorities were due to him being born. I spoke to him and told him the truth about what had happened in his lifetime and none of it was his fault. His father unfortunately has given him so much responsibility for his father and the way he behaves.

His father and I have always had a great relationship as he calls me his sole mate. It has been so sad to watch him drink his life away and watch Angus grow up with out his dad that he loves so much. I really feel the message you gave him this morning and the key has backed up this realisation for him in a positive self-empowering way. So thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your time shared!

I am constantly in awe of how much you give to the world, and each and every person’s life that you touch. I feel you are an amazing role model to the likes of children like Angus. Boys so need a strong stable intuitive male example in their lives. You came into Angus’s life at a pinnacle point. As always, timing is the essence. Thank you so much for all you do. Every meeting with you leaves me looking at my own life and how I “make” people feel and how they “make” me feel. Your concept of possessing a key will enrich my life and processing skills. Something I think I as a person and a parent have been searching for.

As one important favour is given I feel one should be given back. If there is anything in my capacity as a parent or a person living in my community you feel I can do to help your message to be passed on PLEASE say! I have already started to talk about the parent sessions we spoke about to other parents and I am putting together a list of people who might be interested together. Sorry for the long email as I know you are a very busy guy. I just needed to say thank you for what you do! So thank you!!!!! I wish you good health and safe travels on all your journeys.

With much admiration and love,
Emily Smith

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