Linn’s life experiences gave him a unique perspective on the power of the human spirit and what could be accomplished by anyone with the right tools, support, and determination.

Linn had polio when he was a kid and grew up walking with crutches. When he claimed he couldn’t do something. His dad would say “Can’t died in the cornfield.” It was his way of saying if you think you “can’t” then you can’t. If “Can’t” was a person that thought they couldn’t get out of a cornfield then they surely couldn’t. Whatever the challenge…do you want to try?

If you believe you can do something, you can.
If you believe you can’t, then you most likely can’t.