Learn how to overcome the mental barriers, limiting beliefs, and excuses that are standing between you and your dreams with the host of American Ninja Warrior Akbar Gbajabiamila.
Ep67: Using Fitness to Overcome Parkinson’s and Become a Ninja | With Jimmy Choi, ANW
Jimmy Choi went from being diagnosed with young onset Parkinson’s Disease at age 27 (and gaining 70 pounds) to becoming an American Ninja Warrior…here’s the mindset that made it possible.
Ep60: Getting 1% Better Every Single Day | with Westley Silvestri, ANW
Learn from American Ninja Warrior Westley Silvestri what it takes to get 1% better every day, no matter what goal you’re pursuing.
Ep53: Never Take ‘No’ For An Answer | with Natalie Asatryan
Natalie Asatryan is the youngest certified female yoga instructor in the USA. Learn how she got there by never taking ‘No’ for an answer.
Ep46: Finding Strength On the Road to Disability | with Chris Anselmo
The subject matter of disabilities, especially muscular dystrophy, is a subject matter near and dear to my heart. I’m very excited to share my interview with Chris Anselmo, a writer living with an adult-onset form of muscular dystrophy because his story and his outlook will inspire you to face the adversity in your life with a more positive outlook.
Tired of Life Kicking Your Ass? Learn to Fight Back Like a True ‘Cobra Kai’
Here are five life lessons from the most notorious bully in cinematic history to inspire you to take back your self respect and kick some ass like a true Cobra Kai.
Ep25: Being Grateful In the Face of Adversity | with Humberto Gurmilan
Learn how Humberto overcame an unforeseen tragedy and became a successful, award-winning producer, author, and speaker by simply learning how to be grateful for what he had.
It Is Possible to Be Both Successful and Kind At the Same Time
Raúl Dávalos was one of those human beings you meet who in just a few moments can have a profound impact on your life forever.
Ep20: Rewiring Your Brain to Be Happier | with Shane Burcaw
Shane Burcaw, who has lived with spinal muscular atrophy as a quadriplegic his whole life, explains how happiness is not a destination, it’s a state of mind anyone can achieve.
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