Could tragedy be your greatest classroom? | Discovering the gift of growth
In 2012, U.S. Army Master Sergeant Cedric King woke up from a coma in Afghanistan to discover that his legs had been amputated. Today, 8 years later, Cedric says if given the chance, he'd do it all over again. You'll hear his story of finding tremendous growth in tragedy by relinquishing control and expectations. You'll also hear from Richie Harkham, who had a devastating motorcycle accident that left him with years of pain and recovery. But this isn't a story about Richie's pain – it's about how he used his own trauma to grow, and give to others. And his mission to give was all inspired by one boy, who gave him an incredible gift at a time when there was no end in sight. To learn more about the gift of growth, visit www.tonyrobbins.com/gifts.
How to cultivate awareness and caring | Expanding the gift of consciousness
What is consciousness? Consciousness is simply, caring – and in this episode, you'll hear from two business owners who have built thriving companies based on this gift: Nicolette Richer and Andy Ruben. Inspired by her grandmother from Malawi, Nicolette is on a mission to help people reconnect with the wisdom and awareness of their ancestors to heal disease. Andy, the founder of Yerdle, belives that a circular sharing economy allows us to experience life more fully, while protecting our environment – and that it's even good for business. Learn more about the gift of consciousness at www.tonyrobbins.com/gifts.
Creating a community to call home | Discovering the gift of connection
When Celinne left everything behind to travel, she wanted to see how far human connection would take her. In 9 months, it took her around the world and introduced her to countless new friends. In this episode, you will hear from Celinne and a recovering workaholic who gave up a career in tech to run a life-enriching soccer camp for boys in Costa Rica. Learn more about the gift of connection at .
How to live in absolute abundance | Finding the gift of gratitude
When Zach Skow's liver failed at 28 years old, his dogs gave him the will to live. He founded Marley's Mutts Dog Rescue – a non-profit that gives second chances, both human and canine. In this episode, you'll hear his story of overcoming fear and embracing gratitude, and how he's helping others do the same, even in the most dire circumstances. After enduring a suicide bombing, her father's death and the attacks of September 11th, Lauren Finkelstein knew she wanted a more meaningful life. You'll hear how she turned these tragic events into a mission to give back, driven by gratitude. Learn more about the gift of gratitude at .
How to overcome the most unfathomable odds | Unleashing the gift of drive
Two decades ago, Gabi Lazinger got lost in Katmandu – and never left. Since then, she's committed her life to rescuing children in Nepal that would otherwise be left behind. You'll hear how Gabi's internal drive has helped her overcome tremendous setbacks, and save lives. You'll also hear from a man named Al Eisaian, who immigrated to the U.S. from Iran in the late 1970s, by himself, at just 13 years old. Having experienced food insecurity growing up, Al used his own struggle to not only overcome his hardships – but to do good for others by setting out to solve the world's looming agriculture crisis. Learn more about the gift of drive at .