Jesse Iwuji is a Navy Reserves Officer and former collegiate football athlete defying the stereotypes of race car drivers through his rise to the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Listen as he shares his story and his keys to success.
A relentless Eric pursued his dream of meeting the legendary Michael Jordan, scoring a coveted opportunity to play one-on-one wheelchair basketball with the greatest of all time. Eric won. Listen as he takes us into the psyche of someone transitioning from average to extraordinary.
Ezra discusses his training regimen, the sacrifices that accompany Paralympic aspirations, the significance of representing Team USA, and the mental preparation for a Paralympic Games caught in a global pandemic.
Clayton’s story offers honest and compelling insights into parenting a disabled child, holding a family unit together, and becoming a voice to the disabled community.
In a riveting and unfiltered interview, Arno Michaelis details the rise and disengagement of a white supremacist. Beneath his idyllic life in Milwaukee was underlying trauma, triggered by his father’s alcoholism and emotional abuse. Arno’s trauma manifested in relentless bullying at home and school, vandalism, and insobriety at the age of 16.
Pardeep Kaleka is the embodiment of infinite fortitude and wisdom. The horrendous mass shooting of August 5, 2012 by a white supremacist snuffed the life of Pardeep’s own father at a Sikh Temple in Wisconsin, US. His […]
Like the singular protein that disrupts functionality in his body, Jose believes that a single disruptive episode in our lives can activate positive transformation. This podcast shares how Jose created a lifelong mission to inspire and change our power of perception.
For the award-winning athlete, entrepreneur and consultant Wesley Hamilton, a gunshot at age 24 forced him to outgrow the street life ‘code.’
In this week’s podcast, we recount the lessons told in her book, “Looking for Love,” which chronicles Dr. Shari’s humble upbringing as a biracial child in a single-parent home, her academic prowess at college and in the medical field, and eventual escape from a life that slowly poisoned her.
After an unfulfilling first year, persistent unsteadiness and a neck injury that dealt the final blow, Williams left the NFL to build a largely successful career motivating and coaching others. He now gets paid to do what he loves most: talking.