Positive Vibrations Roundtable with Sara Troy and her guests Sir Ken Miller & BoBby Henline, on air from January 31st.
Two totally different people with different lives, but both of them know that laughter has saved their lives. We speak to how humor can not only heal but makes it easy for others to understand the challenging journey your on in life.
With Ken battling cancer again striving to find humor in it and Booby facing more operations for his burns, humor is the only way they get through it.
Sir Ken Miller was born very young in Brooklyn, New York on a September Labor Day at 7:11a.m. His mother was there, and his father was working in Buffalo as an entertainer. He learned at an early age to be somewhat independent. He entered the world crying after the doctor slapped his tush. His mother told him a joke. He stopped crying and started laughing.
Working with the United Nations he founded the National Committee for Habitat to help families worldwide obtain affordable and sustainable housing. In July 2001 His Majesty, Sheikh Anwar Mahmoud Mekkeen, King of Nubia and its Provinces knighted Miller for his humanitarian work. Hello Sir Ken. Miller lectures worldwide on the subject of marketing at universities, trade conferences, and for corporations. He has been interviewed on radio and television, authored several articles on marketing and co-authored Social Media Superstars.
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As a 4-tour Iraqi War Veteran, Wounded Warrior, Comedian, and Motivational presenter, Bobby Henline’s story and lived experiences have been featured in numerous media, including the documentaries “Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor”, “Healing Bobby”, and “Weight of Honor”; on CNN, PBS KET, NPR, Today.com, and Time.com; Time Magazine, People Magazine, The Huffington Post, Guideposts, and The Nipawin Journal; as well as television, radio, and podcasts around the world. Henline is a retired Army Staff Sergeant, last serving with the 82nd Airborne Division. He spent 13 years in the Army, completing four tours in Iraq. While on his fourth tour in Iraq, three weeks after his arrival, an IED blast blew up his Humvee – April 7, 2007 is a day he will never forget. The four soldiers with him were killed, as he stumbled out of the wreck, a human torch. Extinguished by the soldier he had replaced in the Humvee, burns covered almost 40% of his body, bones in his face were fractured, and his head was burned to the skull. Put into a medically induced coma for two weeks, Henline was flown back to the states.