Everyone remembers where they were on that fateful day Sept 11th, 2001 in NYC when a terrorist attack shocked the world. I’m personally going to take you back WITH me to Tower One of the World Trade Center when shock, terror, flames, and chaos burst into the building. I was on the 78th-floor sky lobby when that first plane crashed into the building. It felt like a huge bomb had just exploded as I was blown right off my feet. All lights instantly went out. The elevators were engorged with flames while the building filled with smoke. On that day, 658 of my Cantor Fitzgerald co-workers—many of whom were also my friends—who were sitting at their desks were brutally murdered that day. I was one of the few lucky ones who survived, and my life totally changed instantly and it will never be the same.
Soneakqua White Finding Purpose Through Tradgedy
Soneakqua White has suffered a few bricks in her life but one of the largest was the death of her oldest cousin at the age of 17. Her cousin was trying to flee an abusive relationship when she was killed. Soneakqua could have prevented it by helping her cousin. This experience made her change her major in college to physiology which ultimately would change her life. She is an author and the owner of cathartic coaching and consulting She helps her clients work through their issues with their families. She reminds us to be proactive when it comes to our mental health. Don't wait for the brick!
Anissa Orsino Live Your Life Now
Anissa had a perfect life as a professional singer and a stay-at-home mom to her 2-year-old with a new baby on the way she couldn't complain when her entire life changed when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She learned to live her life for the moment and she now helps other people live a life they. love. She reminds us to start living our life now!
Chad Osinga Back From The Dead
Chad Osinga has faced a lot of bricks in his life. He had a troubled childhood growing up in a drug house, his mother died from an overdose, and he never met his father. He spent most of his childhood in the streets, dropped out of high school, and as an adult, joined the army to become a sniper, eventually training others, including the FBI. Life, unfortunately, continued to be complicated. After being medically retired from the army, he would suffer from PTSD. Suffering from addiction, his 5-year-old daughter had a stroke, two sons were diagnosed with autism, and he suffered from two near-death experiences. He is now graduated from college and is sober. He is using his story to help others. He shares his story with us, reminding us that no matter what you are going through, you can overcome it.
Gin Stephene How Intermittent Fasting Was The Key To Overcoming Obesity
Gin Stephene struggled with her weight on and off most of her life. She faced the biggest struggle with her weight after the birth of her second child. That is when she decided to try intermittent fasting, which not only helped her lose weight but her overall health. She now helps others learn how to do intermittent fasting the right way to lose weight and improve their health. She is best selling author of two excellent books on intermittent fasting. You won't want to miss it!
Anu Verma Overcoming PTSD
Anu shares her story. She suffered her brick at the age of 3. She had to deal with PTSD from then on. This caused a lot of turmoil in her life she learned to overcome. She now teaches others how to deal with trauma and live happier lives. Her story reminds us that there is no brick that can not be overcome but it is a constant journey that we must work on every day.
Rudy Salo Be True To Yourself
Rudy Salo is an infrastructure and finance lawyer passionate about improving transportation. He grew up in the 80s as a child of Jordanian immigrants. Due to the politics and current events of that time, he faced discrimination. He found an outlet for his frustration as a teenager through punk music. This later led to his passion for law. He went to Georgetown to pursue international law. He faced challenges in his first year of law and early in his career, but he preserved. He reminds us that having a creative outlet is very important and that everyone can be creative. He also reminds us that the most important thing is to be who you are.
Really inspiring podcast
Ari is a great host and really sincere person hosting a really wholesome show. Love it!
very inspiring podcast
I listen during my lunch break. It's my second cup of coffee. Gets me through the rest of my day. Thumbs up
Good for the soul
Ari is a great listener and storyteller. He speaks from the heart and lifts your spirit high.