Bill Clennan was known as the Dean of Canadian Motivational speakers. He was a mentor, inspirational speaker and friend.
Bill was a tall, larger than life man. When he walked into a room he radiated a natural vitality that drew people to him.
With that kind of charisma, it seemed like he must be looking down on me but instead he was watching over me.
Bill was charismatic, he had incredible integrity and a strong belief in others.
He never doubted for a minute in me. He told me to refuse to settle. He urged me to always ask for and expect more.
He taught me to mold my future into the life I want. He taught me to stop doubting and start dreaming.
There was something different and special about Bill, as he had an uncommon ability to live in the moment.
Stress never overwhelmed or got the best if him. Having survived four marriages, bankruptcy and near bankruptcy; he had his fair share of stress.
Bill pursued his passion and became one of the best motivational speakers in the world. Known as the dean of Canadian speakers and the Memory Man, Bill was a motivational speaker at over 1000 meetings in over 40 years.
In July 2011, Bill suffered a stroke that took his life at the age of 67. I still feel Bills presence from time to time, looking over me and encouraging me.
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