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Shaun Michael Sabia Discusses Finding Additional Income in a Difficult Economy

Shaun Michael Sabia discusses his experience finding additional income in today’s difficult economy.

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL / The economy in the United States, and countless countries around the world is in turmoil. The coronavirus pandemic swiftly shuttered businesses and put a considerable percentage of the population on unemployment. While some simply sat in front of the TV waiting for businesses to open and employment opportunities to arise, others sought their own means of earning an additional income. Shaun Michael Sabia is one of the latter.

“Some people have viewed the pandemic as a time to relax at home and catch up on Netflix series, which is 100-percent understandable,” Shaun Michael Sabia said. “However, I saw it as a time to learn something new and put that knowledge toward earning an income from home.”

Sabia knew earning an income online wasn’t going to be as easy, and it would require considerable effort on his part. He described that he started by Google searching the numerous ways it is possible to earn an income online, in the comfort of your home. Some examples he found ranged from day trading in the stock market and data entry to selling old clothes on eBay. Stock market trading felt risky, data entry only paid about $2 per hour, and he didn’t have much clothing to sell.

“I was feeling pretty discouraged at first. None of the options for working online sounded worthwhile unless I went back to college and sought another degree,” Shaun Michael Sabia said. “Then, I found Kevin David’s videos, and I felt like I had finally discovered some viable options.

Who Is Kevin David?

Sabia explained that Kevin David is a former Facebook employee and self-made success who was determined to make a legitimate and substantial living online. The video below offers a bit more information about Kevin David and provides true testimonies from Kevin David’s students and followers.

How Can Kevin David Help?

Through his other videos, Kevin David provides numerous ideas and options for making money online. However, one of his most popular and successful routes is through starting an Amazon FBA. Through the Amazon FBA program, owners send their products to Amazon, where they are stored safely in one of many warehouses until they are sold. Amazon handles all of the inventory taking, payment, and customer service.

Kevin David offers several courses on how to create an Amazon FBA and make money doing it. Shaun Michael Sabia, like countless other skeptics, first assumed Kevin David was simply an experienced salesman able to sell courses that may not actually help someone make a living. However, after reading countless reviews and watching numerous videos, he too was convinced Kevin David’s help may actually be worth it.

The following is one of the many videos Sabia viewed before making the decision to pay for one of Kevin David’s courses:

Is Kevin David Legitimate?

The above-mentioned video offers an honest opinion of Kevin David’s famed Amazon Ninja course, which is available for the not-so-low price of $1,000. The reviewer explains the difficulty of choosing a solid product. However, he explains that the course is highly effective and that Kevin David will personally reply to comments and questions to guide you through the course. He also states that this is not a get-rich-quick scheme; rather an honest and legitimate way to make money online. The reward doesn’t come without putting in plenty of time and energy.

What’s Next?

Shaun Sabia reviewed countless videos online before choosing Kevin David as his teacher. He’s currently working on creating a successful Amazon FBA business model. Sabia suggests others interested in starting an Amazon FBA watch reviews of Kevin David’s course online as well as Kevin David’s numerous free webinars before committing.

The following video on what it actually takes to start an Amazon FBA in 2020, can clue you into what you’ll need to get started.

Other Online Income Options

Shaun Sabia also stated that he understands creating an Amazon FBA may not be for everyone. Thankfully, Kevin David’s expertise isn’t solely in creating FBAs. Through his videos, he offers numerous other legitimate options for making money online. Ones that are much more reliable than selling your gently-used clothing or entering data for pennies.

The following video by Kevin David offers seven legitimate ways to make more than $100 per day online.

 

Shaun Michael Sabia described that all of the time spent confined to his home throughout the coronavirus pandemic and watching his bank account dwindle led him to search for other income streams. He stated that Kevin David’s videos or courses may not be for everyone, but they’re working for him, and he looks forward to making more money online throughout the remainder of 2020, and beyond.

 

Sources

https://ippei.com/amazon-fba-ninja/

http://www.road-entrepreneur.com/kevin-david-legit/

 

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Shaun Michael Sabia: Dillinger Days was best part of Tucson trip

Reenactment of capture of Dillinger is a must-see, Shaun Michael Sabia says

 

Address / Website / Date / If you’re interested in seeing the best of Tucson, Arizona, Shaun Michael Sabia wants to make sure you don’t miss his favorite event. Dillinger Days, held each year in January, takes visitors back to the time of the capture of John Dillinger in Tucson. The notorious gangster and his crew were apprehended Jan. 25, 1934, as they hid out in warmer temperatures after committing a series of crimes from Kentucky to South Dakota. The event begins at the historic Hotel Congress, where Dillinger and his gang had stayed.

Shaun Michael Sabia remembers highlights of 25th anniversary event

When Shaun Michael Sabia traveled to Tucson in 2019, he was fortunate to take part in the 25th anniversary of Dillinger Days. He said it was hands down the best part of his trip to Tucson, and it’s easy to understand why when you check out the well-planned annual event and the many activities and special events.

The two-day Dillinger Days sets up with whiskey tastings featuring exquisite brands, as well as delicious appetizers and high-end cigars. Attendees can browse at a gun show and enjoy live music and other entertainment plucked from the 1930s. The Friday speakeasy event is very popular, Shaun Michael Sabia says, and VIP tickets sell out quickly. The speakeasy menu is tantalizing, featuring scrumptious main dishes, rustic vegetables, artisan bread and crackers, quality cheeses, luxurious treats and desserts, and much more. Shaun Michael Sabia said he loved the fantastic foods.

The first day sets the stage for Saturday’s exciting Dillinger Days Reenactments, the main event that Shaun Michael Sabia says is what everyone is waiting for. The show takes place three times, and tickets also include brunch, a beverage and a commemorative gift. Those in the audience get great outdoor seats to see the action, which features actors in period costumes, gunfire, and the ensuing capture of Dillinger and his men.

Other events and activities held as part of Dillinger Days,  Shaun Michael Sabia says, include a vintage car show, an exhibit of historic artifacts, lectures, an arts and crafts show, walking tours of Tucson’s historic downtown, and a display of Dillinger’s actual Tommy gun.

If you plan a winter trip to Tucson, Shaun Sabis says to try to be there in January during Dillinger Days. Shaun Michael Sabia is sure you’ll have a fantastic visit and take home some great memories from being immersed in the 1930s and watching Public Enemy No. 1 get taken down.

 

 

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Shaun Sabia: A Passion For Volunteerism

Volunteerism might be a choice but caring for your fellow man is a responsibility. This is a world view that Shaun Michael Sabia has taken seriously ever since he was a young child, working to help those that were devastated by 2005’s hurricane Katrina. “I think it was one of those pivotal moments in my life where I realized the effect volunteerism could have on the well-being of others.” Shaun Michael Sabia notes. “I had never truly realized it more than the smile that I saw on faces as I delivered cans of food to the homeless shelter that was occupied by several that had lost their homes.” It is experiences like this as well as his mission trip to Haiti that has shaped the person that Shaun Michael Sabia is today. “Those two events were probably the biggest things that molded who I am and the way I think today.” Shaun Michael Sabia adds.

It should be noted that when Cornoavirus hit, Shaun Michael Sabia’s mind did not go to his own well-being but the well-being of others. “I saw a kid on the local news channel handing out free rolls of toilet paper to others and I thought to myself, that is the kind of work that I should be doing.” Shaun Micahel Sabia explains. “After teaming up with him, I realized that teamwork would be one of the key ingredients in helping people get through this whole situation.”

For most people, the time for quarantine is a way to stay home and “flatten the curve”. But some people aren’t designed to just stay at home and not help out. Not Shaun Micahel Sabia.

“They wanted me to stay home but I said to myself, ‘I can probably do a lot more good by actually getting out there and helping other essential workers on the road.” As a result, he and his friend “toilet-paper-Mike” began their own free delivery service operation that consisted of them riding their red Chevy pick-up truck through neighborhoods and throwing out toilet paper to houses “newspaper-boy-style”. “It’s the only way we can make sure that our community is getting their needs serviced in a way that is safe and friendly.” Shaun Sabia notes.

As a big eighties fan, Shaun Micahel Sabia jumped at the chance to help out his community in this way. “When Toilet paper [Mike] came to me about the idea, I practically jumped at the chance. I felt that staying at home, I wasn’t doing anything but I could make a real difference if I truly got out there and started helping families out directly by helping them all out with their toilet paper needs.” Shaun Michael Sabia added.

As for continuing on the service when the pandemic situation ends, Shaun Michael Sabia says that he’ll need to revisit his other obligations first. “I do like to take opportunities when they come by me so if there is something big going on with the toilet-paper-delivery industry, I’m definitely going to keep my eyes open to that.

Sometimes, when one door closes, another opens. In Shaun Michael Sabia’s case, it happened to be a bathroom door. And at the moment, the door is wide open.

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Shaun Sabia: A Passion For Volunteerism

Volunteerism might be a choice but caring for your fellow man is a responsibility. This is a world view that Shaun Michael Sabia has taken seriously ever since he was a young child, working to help those that were devastated by 2005’s hurricane Katrina. “I think it was one of those pivotal moments in my life where I realized the effect volunteerism could have on the well-being of others.” Shaun Michael Sabia notes. “I had never truly realized it more than the smile that I saw on faces as I delivered cans of food to the homeless shelter that was occupied by several that had lost their homes.” It is experiences like this as well as his mission trip to Haiti that has shaped the person that Shaun Michael Sabia is today. “Those two events were probably the biggest things that molded who I am and the way I think today.” Shaun Michael Sabia adds.

It should be noted that when Cornoavirus hit, Shaun Michael Sabia’s mind did not go to his own well-being but the well-being of others. “I saw a kid on the local news channel handing out free rolls of toilet paper to others and I thought to myself, that is the kind of work that I should be doing.” Shaun Micahel Sabia explains. “After teaming up with him, I realized that teamwork would be one of the key ingredients in helping people get through this whole situation.”

For most people, the time for quarantine is a way to stay home and “flatten the curve”. But some people aren’t designed to just stay at home and not help out. Not Shaun Micahel Sabia.

“They wanted me to stay home but I said to myself, ‘I can probably do a lot more good by actually getting out there and helping other essential workers on the road.” As a result, he and his friend “toilet-paper-Mike” began their own free delivery service operation that consisted of them riding their red Chevy pick-up truck through neighborhoods and throwing out toilet paper to houses “newspaper-boy-style”. “It’s the only way we can make sure that our community is getting their needs serviced in a way that is safe and friendly.” Shaun Sabia notes.

As a big eighties fan, Shaun Micahel Sabia jumped at the chance to help out his community in this way. “When Toilet paper [Mike] came to me about the idea, I practically jumped at the chance. I felt that staying at home, I wasn’t doing anything but I could make a real difference if I truly got out there and started helping families out directly by helping them all out with their toilet paper needs.” Shaun Michael Sabia added.

As for continuing on the service when the pandemic situation ends, Shaun Michael Sabia says that he’ll need to revisit his other obligations first. “I do like to take opportunities when they come by me so if there is something big going on with the toilet-paper-delivery industry, I’m definitely going to keep my eyes open to that.

Sometimes, when one door closes, another opens. In Shaun Michael Sabia’s case, it happened to be a bathroom door. And at the moment, the door is wide open.

Shaun Michael Sabia: Well Traveled Volunteer

An avid Mets fan and community-driven individual, Shaun Michael Sabia spends his time giving back to those less fortunate.

Most highschoolers and teenagers like to spend their time with friends or playing games, but not Shaun Michael Sabia. After spending time with his high school band cleaning up the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, he knew that it was his calling to continue giving back to others who were less fortunate. When he isn’t spending his time helping others, he enjoys traveling and sports.

Shaun Michael Sabia Travels the World

Volunteering with his high school band in 2005 to clean up the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina, Shaun Sabia found his love and passion for helping others and giving back. Once he was done helping clean up the wreckage of the worst hurricane to ever hit the USA, he started looking for other ways to help.

Shaun’s passion for God and his church took him all the way to Haiti, where he served a mission trip. Here, he helped local Haitians to find the word of God and he was able to help where he was needed the most.

Shaun also recently took a trip to Arizona, where he enjoyed Dillinger Days. A celebration to the Arizona police department who arrested "Public Enemy Number One", John Dillinger. Featuring music, reenactments, and some of the best food in the area, Dillinger Days draws thousands of people from across the nation every year.

Most recently Shaun Michael Sabia took a trip to Ireland with his company where he enjoyed trying new foods and learning about the culture in Ireland. It’s clear to see that Shaun Michael Sabia has great taste in food and culture alike.

Sports With Shaun Michael Sabia Florida

When he isn’t traveling, Shaun Michael Sabia Florida can be found watching his favorite sports teams, the New York Mets and the New York Rangers. He is also an avid fan of Uconn basketball and enjoys thinking back to the 2011 tournament where Uconn beat Butler.

Much of Shaun Michael Sabia‘s love for sports came from high school sports. He enjoyed the fellowship he found in his teammates and carried the love of comradery and sports into adulthood. Shaun can usually be found tuning into a sports podcast or catching up on the latest sports news surrounding the New York Mets. Showing support for his favorite teams and players, Shaun Michael Sabia can frequently be found on social media reposting current sports news and representing his teams.

 

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Shaun Michael Sabia Compares Dillinger Days to MSG

Shaun Michael Sabia of Florida Reflects on Dillinger Days

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NOT TUSCON

Madison Square Garden is a great place to visit but so is Tuscon, AZ!

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Shaun Michael Sabia visited Tucson, AZ, in early 2019 to experience the 25th Dillinger Days Reenactment – a 1930’s themed cultural event. John Dillinger, a notorious gangster and racketeer, was captured in Tucson and the event was restaged at the Hotel Congress.

The event included whiskey tastings, premium cigars, appetizers, live music and a gun show for foodies and fans of the era. The proceeds of the event went to the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation, helping the community and businesses throughout the greater Tucson area. Shaun Michael Sabia was in attendance and a spectator of the reenactment. As a fan of travel, sports and volunteer work, this event was ideal for Shaun Michael Sabia of Florida.

According to Shaun Michael Sabia, Dillinger Days “was the best thing about visiting Tucson in 2019”. Not only do patrons get to have a good time, but the proceeds impact the greater good. Shaun Michael Sabia enjoys supporting these types of events. Giving back to the community should be enjoyable and worthwhile. Being able to come together to celebrate the unique culture, heritage and cuisine of Tucson aligns with the values of Shaun Michael Sabia of Florida.

On Friday January 18th, there was a speakeasy event that was well-received at $40 per person. The speakeasy included whiskey tasting and small bites. There was a $30 brunch deal available on Saturday that put attendees right in front of the action. These events and vantage points provided Shaun Michael Sabia of Florida and other patrons an awesome view of the entertainment. The reenactment happened several times during the day, giving people multiple opportunities to enjoy the namesake of the event.

Shaun Michael Sabia is a supporter of volunteer and charity organizations. He donates his time to these causes and has been a volunteer, including time spent cleaning up after Hurricane Katrina. He also took part in a mission trip to Haiti to help the citizens improve the quality of their lives. Shaun Michael Sabia travels extensively for work, which gives him the opportunity to sample cuisines and cultures from around the world.

To learn more about Shaun Michael Sabia Florida and his trip to Dillinger Days, be sure to look for updates on his social media pages. The proceeds of this event went towards the greater good for the citizens and businesses of the greater Tucson area.

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Shaun Michael Sabia Recalls UCONN’s 2011 National Championship

Connecticut Native and Avid Sports Fan Shaun Michael Sabia Recall’s University of Connecticut’s 2011 Men’s National Basketball Championship

Shaun Michael Sabia has always loved sports. Growing up in Connecticut, he loved New York teams like the Rangers and Mets, and also fondly remembers the comradery of playing on sports teams in high school. One team that Sabia always loved watching as well as Connecticut’s own UCONN men’s basketball team.

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But Shaun Michael Sabia doesn’t only have a passion for sports – he has also made it his education and his career. Shaun Michael Sabia graduated from Flagler College’s Sports Management program. Though he currently lives in Florida, Shaun Michael Sabia still enjoys re-telling the story of the 2011 UCONN men’s basketball team championship game, led by Kemba Walker, as one of his favorite sports events and memories.

Shaun Michael Sabia, College Sports Fan

When it comes to sports, the teams that Shaun Michael Sabia supports are local to where he grew up. Since Connecticut doesn’t have any national sports teams of its own, Sabia grew up a fan of the New York Mets and New York Rangers. But when it comes to college sports fandom, there was a clear choice for him.

Shaun Michael Sabia loves the University of Connecticut sports, particularly UCONN’s basketball teams. His love for the Huskies really solidified in his favorite memory of the 2011 UCONN men’s basketball team. He loves to discuss the 2011 National Championship team led by Kemba Walker that ran the gauntlet in both the old Big East conference tournament and then the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.

Shaun Michael Sabia Recounts UCONN’s 2011 Men’s Basketball Championship

In the 2009-2010 season, the UCONN men’s basketball team failed for the second time in four years to earn a berth in the NCAA tournament. But little did they know that the 2010-2011 season would hold very different cards for them.

Shaun recalls that during the regular season, team member Kemba Walker had three straight games with 30+ points scored, helping them secure wins. This helped them score a spot in the Big East Tournament as the number 9 seed. This means that they then had five games to play in five consecutive days. Not only did UCONN play these five consecutive games with no rest, but with Kemba Walker helping lead the team, they won, which means that they achieved an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.

Sabia still marvels even after the five consecutive games to earn their spot into the NCAA Tournament, UCONN went on to win six more games in a row, their last against the Butler Bulldogs, earning them the program’s third national championship. Shaun’s favorite was UCONN’s star player, junior Kemba Walker, who was named Most Outstanding Player for helping lead his team to victory. Afterwards, Walker went on to play for the Boston Celtics and is currently a four-time NBA All-Star.

 

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Shaun Michael Sabia Looks Back at Hurricane Katrina: How We Helped, and How We Can Help in Future Hurricanes

Shaun Michael Sabia still recalls Hurricane Katrina 15 years ago in 2005, and so many impacted by the devastation. Shaun Michael Sabia still takes time to reflect on the tragedy.Shaun Michael Sabia Hurricane

Shaun Michael Sabia knew hurricanes are a scary event, capable of doing a significant amount of damage and potentially even taking people’s lives. The damage caused by hurricanes is usually the result of either the high winds or the floods that the hurricanes produce through their sheer power. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina roared through many southeastern states in the United States, among other areas in and out of the country. One of the most devastated was New Orleans in Louisiana, owing to poor infrastructure, planning, and response on both a federal and state level. In order to aid in the incredible devastation that occurred, many people like Shaun Michael Sabia gave their time and energy to helping people out. Looking back at it, Shaun Michael Sabia wonders what could have been done to prevent this, and how to better plan for future hurricanes?

Shaun Michael Sabia: A Look Back at Katrina and What Went Wrong

As Shaun Michael Sabia mentioned above, Hurricane Katrina was not just one mistake made by one person, but rather a number of failings on many levels of government. One of the greatest points of devastation was when the levees failed, thereby allowing the flooding to do a lot more damage than it otherwise would have. It was determined through an investigation that the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the ones who constructed the levees in the first place, were responsible for the poor construction and design that lead to failures in them. If only that was the one issue. Besides all of the stuff leading up to the incident, the response was rather poor as well, Shaun Michael Sabia points out; resulting in the long-term damage of Katrina being more significant than it needed to be. The state government had plans in place but failed to execute them properly, leading to numerous loss of lives. Furthermore, the federal government and FEMA specifically were slow to react to the crisis as it was going on, partly because then-governor of Louisiana, Kathleen Blanco, failed to request assistance with evacuation until well after it was too late, Shaun Michael Sabia notes.

When it comes to planning for a hurricane better, there are a number of ways to go about it, but ultimately, as Shaun Michael Sabia points out, it can be summed up as “do not do what was done during Katrina.” For all the goodwill and effort people like Shaun Michael Sabia put into helping others, part of the reason people were in such dire need in the first place was that some people simply did not do enough.

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Shaun Michael Sabia Reflects on How Playing High School Sports Provided a Foundation For Leadership

Sportsmanship and leadership go hand in hand and sports enthusiast, Shaun Michael Sabia uses his experiences with both in every aspect of his

Shaun Sabia Florida hockeyOriginally from Old Saybrook, Ct., Shaun Michael Sabia, a 2016 graduate of the Flagler College Sports Management Program remains a huge sports fan. Shaun Michael Sabia also considers himself to be a barstool sports fan of podcasts and avid social media buff. He is passionate about The New York Mets and New York Rangers and follows his favorite college basketball team, the University of Connecticut.  Ask Shaun Michael Sabia anything about the 2011 National Championship that advanced the UConn Huskies to win 11 straight postseason games and claim the title NCAA title, and he will credit, leadership to their success. The team was not even considered to rank that year, let alone win the entire championship. Shaun Michael Sabia explianed that due to a respected coach’s leadership, and a dedicated, hardworking team, they worked together, applied team work and the outcome was the winning the championship.

These sportsmanlike experiences and love for “the game” has heightened Shaun Michael Sabia’s leadership skills both in his career and his volunteer efforts. One quote that resonates with him is by baseball legend, Jackie Robinson. “A life is not important except the impact it has on other lives.”  Impacting other lives is something that comes naturally to Shaun Michael Sabia, especially after a volunteer experience 15 years ago. His leadership skills were put to the test when he traveled to New Orleans in 2005 to assist those in need after Hurricane Katrina. “Volunteering for the cleanup effort had an impact on me that’s impossible to put into words,” Shaun Michael Sabia explained in a March 2020 “Access Wire” interview. He said that that one decision has had a major effect on his life that has called him to help others through volunteering. He has since participated in a mission trip to Haiti, travels throughout the world and is committed to helping others in the future. “Now, I find myself seeking the fulfillment of volunteering on a regular basis,” Shaun Michael Sabia said.

High School Sports Impact | Shaun Michael Sabia 

What companies are learning is that employees who participated in sports in high school and college are bringing those experiences to their workplace, many now using the term, “team” instead of “staff.” According to an Emergentics International blog by management expert, O.C. Tanner, “Teamwork is one of the basic skills sports can teach. Great leaders need team building skills in order to be examples and effective to those they lead.”

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Shaun Michael Sabia agrees and will continue using the leadership and teamwork skills he learned through sports to strengthen his skills. “I hope to always find opportunities to make a positive impact in our world and community,” he said.

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Shaun Michael Sabia Reflects on Hurricane Katrina Cleanup and How It Continues to Impact His Life 15 Years Later

Volunteer Shaun Michael Sabia reflects on his Hurricane Katrina cleanup experience and how this and other volunteer work has impacted his life.

 

Fifteen years ago this August, Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on the city of New Orleans and its surrounding areas. Volunteers like Shaun Michael Sabia gathered from around the country and around the globe to provide aid to those suffering from the storm’s astronomical impact.Shaun Michael Sabia

“It was unlike anything I’d ever seen before. I’ve been through a lot of hurricanes in Florida, but they were all nothing compared to Katrina,” Shaun Michael Sabia says. “When I arrived, I wondered what I had gotten myself into, then I looked around and realized how much these people needed help. That’s when I pulled up my bootstraps and got to work.”

Volunteers like Shaun Michael Sabia delivered emergency food and supplies, helped build shelters, provided health care, and joined search parties.

“Like so many other volunteers, I’d visited New Orleans many times, and it held a special place in my heart,” Shaun Michael Sabia says. “Fifteen years later, I still love visiting the city, but I have an entirely new respect for the resilient people who call it home.”

Shaun Michael Sabia and volunteers from organizations like New Orleans Habitat for Humanity have helped build more than 400 homes for Hurricane Katrina survivors, and 15 years later, they’re not done working yet.

“I’ll never stop doing what I can to help the city of New Orleans. Volunteering for the cleanup effort had an impact on me that’s impossible to put into words,” Shaun Michael Sabia adds. “I knew I had to go when I saw the aftermath on TV, but I had no idea that decision would have such a major effect on my life.”

Shaun Michael Sabia describes how Hurricane Katrina led him to pursue more volunteer opportunities, and ultimately, live a more fulfilling life. He states that not only did he create lifelong connections with fellow volunteers and the people he helped, but he felt a sense of fulfillment that he wanted to recreate again and again.

“I may have just continued life as usual, focusing mostly on myself and those closest to me, if I hadn’t gone to New Orleans in 2005,” Shaun Michael Sabia says. “Now, I find myself seeking the fulfillment of volunteering on a regular basis. I help my community here in Florida whenever possible, and my recent vacations have involved traveling to participate in volunteer efforts for those suffering from natural disasters.”

Hurricane Katrina impacted the lives of millions of people in millions of different ways. It’s easy to see that even 15 years later, it’s continuing to have an impact on Shaun Michael Sabia and the thousands of others who gave their time, energy, and more to help the people of New Orleans.