Since the day he was born with Cerebral Palsy and not expected to live, Sam Miller has been beating the odds. His book "I'm Possible" recounts his journey from surviving to thriving with a disability. As a coach he challenges others to move from dreaming to doing to make the impossible…possible.
When Dr. Jillian Bresnahan talks about her work in correctional medicine, she doesn't refer to it as a job. To her, working in a jail is a calling--one where she serves an underserved population by being a patient advocate and providing medical treatment along with a little kindness and compassion.
One of the hardest things for many leaders to learn is to forgive. Forgive their employees, their peers and their leaders. Why is that important? Listen as Kathryn shares her lesson learned, the growth that came from it and the gift that came with it.
Sometimes taking the road less traveled is an adventure. For Chris Reid becoming an entrepreneur and providing a product that he was passionate about and one that helped others was more than an adventure. It was a dream come true.
How does Elizabeth Hinnen describe her journey from cosmetology to photography to publishing? Bumpy. But along that bumpy road of learning and growing as an entrepreneur she stayed true to her purpose of helping women feel beautiful in any season of their life.
Anu Uddavolu not only DREAMS big, she DOES big. Whether she's doing pro bono legal work, volunteering with charities, mentoring students or tutoring people taking their citizenship exam, Anu is focused on giving back. What's next? Running for City Council and creating "A New Future with ANU."
When Laura Keyes enters the room in period costume, she's living her purpose--bringing history to life. Through her one-woman plays she transports the audience to a world her character once inhabited, sharing insight and inspiration along the way.
Alex Carmona loves to create. Whether he is illustrating, painting or making prints from wood carvings, he finds creative palettes everywhere. Listen as he shares how his passion for old cars earned him the nickname Old School Alex and lead to a new venture: creating custom carved Fender guitars.
When Lily Scalf wanted to go from fashion illustration to clothing design, she taught herself to sew, created a
collection and was invited to Paris Fashion Week. Now she shares her design skills and love for sustainable fabrics with students of all ages, creating conscious consumers along the way.
You might think an Army veteran who has always worked in the service of others, is a single mom of 3 and is getting her MBA might not have time to open a business. But then you haven't met Renee Waller--owner of Selfie Space--a place to stop for a moment and celebrate... life.
Finding homes for families--especially single moms-- is more than a career for Marie Morris. It's her opportunity to be a counselor, a confidant and someone who gives them courage as they start the next season of their life...and make it their best one yet.
When Dominique Wash says "Let's Get Loaded" she's not talking about alcohol. She's talking about potatoes--loaded baked potatoes that is. As the mom of an autistic son, a counselor and chef, Dominique opened Loaded Potatoes To Go to feed an underserved community and advocate for autism awareness.
When Samm Hutchison couldn't find a pet food that met her dog's allergy needs, she figured she wasn't alone and created a line of hormone free, steroid free, organic dog food and treats. Her favorite taste tester? You guessed it. Bear.
When Leeann Courson talks about addiction and recovery she speaks from experience and shares how she turned her pain into her purpose. This busy mother of four helps people who suffer from addiction find the care they need to lead a healthy life and get the support they need to sustain recovery.
Where do pickle ball, fundraising and breast cancer all come together? For Katie Cox, that's a typical day working with Susan G. Komen. Diagnosed with breast cancer at 30, Katie shifted careers from fashion to Komen where she leads national campaigns and connects survivors to the support they need.
As the Director of Gift of Hope, Michelle Reef describes her mission in five simple words, "we turn tragedy into triumph." She and her team connect families who have lost a loved one to families in need of a life saving gift that is both a treasure and a legacy.
If you think starting a new business in a foreign country, just after college graduation, in the middle of a pandemic might be daunting, you haven't met Andrea Larson. Join us as she shares her joy, her passion and her purpose of "changing families' lives through food."
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