“What lies behind us and what lies before us
are small matters compared to what lies within us.”

–Ralph Waldo Emerson–

"Nothing is impossible.  The word itself says, 'I'm possible.'"

–Audrey Hepburn–

"You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough."

–Mae West–

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Call Me Capable, Speaker, Motivator, Game Creator, Carol Leish, Butterfly, Flower, Purple, Yellow, Green, www.callmecapable.net

Acronym for CAPABLE

Caring | Attractive | Positive | Able | Loving | Enthusiastic

Motivational Speaker and Disability Consultant

As a child, Carol sustained speech and vision disabilities, as a result of an auto accident. Instead of focusing on her injuries, Carol choose to focus on her . . .

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For over 30 years, Carol has established herself as an advocate for people with disabilities and has and continues to write articles for businesses, professional organizations, and newspapers. Her love for writing started in 1981 while she was in college in San Bernardino, CA.

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Check out Carol’s latest Endeavors

She writes articles for local newspapers, interviews on talk shows, and has many interesting blogs.

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Hear Carol’s story about how she is capable, despite living with physical and emotional challenges. She shares her story as a motivational speaker along with sharing her career as a journalist.

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Recent Work by Carol

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Ventura County Area Agency on Aging’s LiveWell

Learn more about the resources available in the Ventura County 2022 issue of ‘LiveWell.’ It’s a guide with information that is designed specifically for older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers. You can view ‘LiveWell’ by Downloading the PDF Here. You can see my recent article about ‘LiveWell’ in the ‘Ventura Breeze’ by clicking on

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Raising the Positivity Bar

Learn about how Carol Leish has focused on staying positive, both emotionally and physically, and encouraging others to see their own capabilities rather than their disabilities See Full Article Here

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