31: Podcaster Georgian Benta talks about how it was growing up in Transylvania, wanting to become a rapper as a young child and the day he decided to use the power of gratitude to improve his life.
I understood then, that it is not about achieving certain objectives in life. It is much more about appreciating little things and enjoying them to the fullest and being grateful for the life I already have. - Georgian Benta
30: Business man, author and professional speaker and coach Sam Cawthorn speaks about, the day he died, his way back, living his life purpose speaking and the joy of helping others.
I realised it wasn’t my condition, but my decision that determined who I am. - Sam Cawthorn
Sam is a thought leader and CEO of Empowering Enterprises and featured in USA Today and The NewYork Times. He is an expert in not only bouncing back but bouncing forward. He is obsessed with corporate and personal turnaround and is the 2009 Young Australian of the Year for Tasmania. Sam is also the author of the popular and highly inspiring book: Bounce Forward.
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WEBSITE: SAM CAWTHORN
WEBSITE: SPEAKERS INSTITUTE
SAM AND HIS WIFE CHARITY “CARING FOR PEOPLE” www.caringforpeople.org
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29: Nutritionist, author and founder of Changing Habits, Cyndi O’Meara, talks about growing up in a family with a mum making all food from scratch, why she wanted to become a nutritionist and why she she wrote the book Changing Habits Changing Lives.
28: Speaker and author Vidal Cisneros Jr. talks about dreaming of becoming a basket ball player as a young boy, the day he got put in prison after a car chase, and his way back to recovery through self-care and gratitude.
Your mess is a message that touches the masses. - Vidal Cisneros Jr.
27: Business coach George Kao talks about growing up in Taiwan, emigrating to California as a 7 year old boy with his family, spirituality, why he became a business coach and why he one day decided giving his online content away for free.
If we are willing to look, there is always a greater gift in our struggles. - George Kao