Kevin M. Rogers, aka “The Lost Diabetic, “personal philosophy (words to live by), to quote Maya Angelou, a poet and award winning author known for her acclaimed memoir, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and her numerous poetry and essay collections:“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”
From that, he gathered that life is about Learning, Implementing, and Living, and that’s what he tries to pass on to the people who have or just have been diagnosed with diabetes, and have sought his consultation.
Considered by many to be knowledgeable, genuine, and different in his approach, Kevin is a model of a persistent dreamer that’s trustworthy, and has his customers’ best interest at heart.
Kevin, a graduate of Hesser College Manchester NH, Southern New Hampshire University, and Westford Academy, is also someone whom you can relate to, as he is every bit professional and trustworthy in all his dealings.
Life stories and experiences that Kevin has had more than demonstrate the intersection of the people he serves, wants and needs. Having been a diagnosed diabetic, who must be content with new food choices eating low carbs, and reduced glycemic index foods, and coming to terms with how to change careers to a more suitable working environment, he has had the pleasure of being a Merchant Marine, who has also worked in Sales, Internet Marketing, and Security.
Among his accomplishments and awards, Kevin has over the years being name Top Sales Man and Top Manager. He has also built and single-handedly created and managed three successful businesses.
Whether a new customer or client, Kevin has made himself accessible to everyone, and his proud of the fact that he can be easily reached by anyone via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or through his website: http://thelostdiabetic.com/.
Asked what was the number one underlined reason for anyone reaching out to him and someone else, Kevin points to the simple fact that he has had firsthand experience dealing with the life changes of diabetes.
If you are reading this, Kevin would like to offer you a free information kit explaining the top 10 things to do once you come to terms with your New LIFE. He can be contacted via email (email@example.com) or through his website (http://thelostdiabetic.com/).