Stroke Prevention Speaker – Joe Sabah

February 9, 2008

February 24, 2004, when Joe awoke, he was not able to get out of bed. That morning he didn’t know he’d experienced a stroke. Joe‘s left arm and leg do not move the way they used to. But what has not been affected is Joe’s love for people and his enthusiasm for helping others and particularly for spreading the word about preventing a stroke.
Co-fonder of the Colorado Chapter of the National Speakers Association and member of the National Speakers Association, Joe continues teaching individuals about speaking and publishing as he has for over 25 years. Learn more about Joe at and .

When you meet Joe today he’ll most likely hand you his “business card”. It won’t fit in your Rolodex. The card is 4X6, bright yellow in color, and shares the message he is most passionate about.

5 Quick and Easy Ways to Have a Stroke … GUARANTEED!

1. Learn to Smoke

Smoke at least a pack a day. Cost? $3.50 and a Life!

2. Keep Your Blood Pressure High

Keep your blood pressure at least in the 170-180 range.

3. Don’t Pay Any Attention to Cholesterol

Don’t have it checked at your yearly check-up. And don’t keep it under 200.

4. Carry At Least 2 Bowling Balls With You

All Day Long … Wherever You Go
That’s what having an extra 30 pounds of weight is like.
Carry MORE if you like! Stroke F-A-S-T-E-R!

5. Exercise … Why?

Try a remote control + a couch or lounge chair.

Now you know HOW to have a stroke. Are you trying?
If any of the above fits you, you may be trying harder than you think!

However, if you decide NOT to have a stroke,
you can get extensive information at National Stroke Association.

3 WAYS To Recognize A Stroke – Have Someone “SAS” You!

  • Smile

Have them smile. If their face droops, or one side is lower than the other,
CALL 911

  • Arms

Have them lift both arms over their head. If one arm cannot come up, or if one side of their body is not responsive,
CALL 911

  • Sentence

Have them repeat a simple sentence, such as “Mary had a little lamb.” If their words are slurred, or if they replace a word with a nonsensical one (Mary had a little baby) CALL 911. Something this simple can be the first signs of a stroke.

Getting someone to the hospital BY AMBULANCE within 2-3 hours gives them a chance for a FULL RECOVERY.

Contact Joe Sabah at or 303/722-7200 in Denver, CO for details on his program, I Had a Stoke, Boy Am I Lucky!

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One Response to “Stroke Prevention Speaker – Joe Sabah”

  1. Gina Cornelison Says:
    November 12th, 2008

    Hello Joe, I was referred to you by David Stevens. My Mother had a stroke 3 years ago and I’m always searching for new technology and new ideas to get her out of her wheelchair. Any ideas or classes or techniques or anything would be welcome!

    Gina Cornelison


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