Anneke is uproariously funny, completely honest and plain spoken. Taking her message to corporations, conventions, hospitals and classrooms, she lifts, jolts, and nurtures her audiences and they love every minute of it. Anneke reaches people of all ages and walks of life. No matter what type of challenge you may face, Anneke helps you rise to the occasion with all the vigor and enthusiasm that living this wonderful life demands. When she leaves the stage, there remains the unmistakable warmth of having been touched, and the unshakable affirmation that whether ordinary or extraordinary, through good times or bad, caught in mid-frailty or new accomplishment, life really is the greatest thing ever!
Take a roller coaster ride through Anneke's life at breakneck speed and discover at the end of the ride that those same obstacles turned out to be the “very best things that ever happened to her.” This is her most requested topic and is for anyone who is going through depression, cancer treatments, divorce, job change or other demand that forces us to grow. Her presentation is hilarious, moving and unforgettable.
Anneke has a way with laughter, poignant stories and jump-start inspiration, confirming that fear doesn’t have to be the motivating force that stops us from living life to its fullest. We say we will “one day!” “One day” comes and goes and we are left regretting that it was not life that passed us by at all, but rather our decision to LIVE IT! This is about saying “yes” instead of “no,” about not telling ourselves “we can’t,” “it’s too hard,” and “I’ll never be able to.” Her story is perfect for any audiences or anyone who needs a lift up not from outside, but from within.
On this episode of The Jeff Crilley Show Jeff sits down with Anneke Adams, Founder and Head Chef, Anneke Meets Vegan. We're also joined by Dr. David Darrigan, DO. Dr. David Darrigan is an Emergency Medicine Specialist in Dallas, TX and has over 13 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine medical school in 2007.