When Weir and Snow spoke at a recent Atlanta Press Club Newsmaker Luncheon, Hudson was inspired to bid higher and win the auctioned trip to New York and backstage tour of the show. Though he hoped to share the messages of his popular Be Someone program, Hudson's invitation to guest on the show was a last-minute surprise. Very little surprises Hudson, who demonstrates to his students the importance always being prepared to seize opportunities and taking responsibility for living a good life. Orrin Hudson, Achievement Strategy Expert
When asked the scope of his seven years of community service through Be Someone, Hudson stated more than 20,000 kids in 15 states have been successfully taught chess and life skills. His goal is to reach 1,000,000 students across America by the end of 2012. Through chess clinics, Be Someone teaches and challenges students in simultaneous chess matches. Although a nationally recognized speaker and trainer, Hudson humbly acknowledges, "I am still learning. Once you know it all, you are no longer teachable school is never out for the pro. That's why Be Someone stress education and continued learning to our students."
Be Someone, Inc, www.besomeone.org is a crime prevention and educational program that helps children develop tools for life mastery through the game of chess. This ground-breaking program received national attention when Hudson's students beat the odds and won statewide chess championship and 3 straight city-wide chess championships. "It's all about our future,20% of the world population is our youth and 100% of our future is our youth without proactive organizations and community support everyone loses."
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