How would you feel if one morning after going to A&E for a headache, the doctors told you that you had terminal cancer? Patrick Melville shares his own personal story and techniques to manage a major trauma.
His prognosis was not good when the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery told him that he had a terminal cancer: a “Stage 4, malignant, glioblastoma brain tumor".
He had to change his lifestyle, focus on wellbeing for himself, family and positive relationships. He is now in remission and uses his story to inspire others to use the Powers of: ‘Control’ and ‘Positivity’ to manage any life stress.
Just listening to a story that will make you smile with tips and ideas. The power of control and positivity to deal with life traumas. Patrick was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer - Stage 4, Glioblastoma, malignant with a low prognosis. He is in remission now.
You can hear his story and how he took control.
The power of control and positivity
Tips & ideas
Patrick started working in marketing over 20 years ago. He had the best job; traveling around South America and Europe with his own business card and being taken to the best restaurants as a media buyer in airport media.
He broadened his marketing expertise to work in media agencies and ended up running a team of 40 people around the world for UBS.
In 2013, MMS was founded to provide a consultancy service to all areas of business - client, suppliers, consultancies and associations.
Mental Health has always been a passion especially in 2017 when Patrick was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He is currently in remission and continues to use life and academic experience to support the Mental Health of clients.