“One of the biggest adjustments I’ve had to make is learning to ask others for help,” said Lennon, who is married with an eight-year-old daughter. “People are more than willing to help in any way they can, such as crossing the street or finding the restroom at a restaurant. I can’t think of anything more beneficial than connecting one successful professional with another to share their experience, strength and hope with others, helping them to overcome medical hurdles and reach their career objectives.”
Lennon, who started his business out of a one-room apartment after one of his many brain surgeries and initial vision losses, believes that ROI Media Direct is a great example of never losing sight of one’s goals. Along with partners Dr. Greg Cynaumon, Ph.D., and Zeus Peleuses, Lennon has helped attract such top-tier clients as LifeLock, Regus, Blinds.com and The Phonics Game to the direct response radio and television agency. With annual billing in excess of eight figures and growing, it’s just the sort of success story that Lennon hopes will be an inspiration to others feeling overwhelmed or downright depressed by their medical condition.
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Contact: Alex De La Torre
Title: Executive Assistant
City: San Diego