Traylor, who was born with cerebral palsy, travels the country sharing his message and emphasizing the importance of using what you have to accomplish great things.
In his lifetime, Traylor has run 28 marathons, climbed Pikes Peak in Colorado three times, and even ran from the Golden Gate Bridge in California to the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.
"If I did not have these crutches, I would be handicapped," said Traylor, "With these crutches, I can go forward and do great things."
Next up for Traylor will be to finish is second book entitled Live Aimfully: the importance of vision in a life of significance.
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