Robert F. Smith is visually impaired, yet each year he walks through the desert to raise money for charities in his community. Robert is the definition of no excuses when it comes to kindness. As he tells us in this story, “even a blind man can see that one act of kindness makes the world a better place and that world begins with you.”
Kindness starts at home. It starts with the self. Shana shares how, although her childhood was not filled with kindness, she chose to take the high road of and put kindness at the root of all she does. It’s been 8 months since our last story, so with Shana’s story, we are making a “Kindness Comeback.”
Matt's story is one of creativity, compassion and persistence. Listen as Matt tells us about his career as a Board Certified Music Therapist and hear his story of the moment he knew that the work he's doing is important and positively impactful.
The first two storytellers shared similar stories. Sometimes we don’t realize how special something is to us until we learn what it might be like to be without it. In the next two stories, Fat and Jared both share stories of the moment they cried tears of joy because they were faced with experiences that made them appreciate their family.
Thrill, comedy, heartbreak and strength. Steve’s whirlwind of a story takes us through a not-so-average day at the office and concludes with how this experience helped him to be a better, more strong-willed person.
Storyteller Robyn treated our audience to some laughs as she told us about one her most personal and memorable experiences. Robyn’s story demonstrates that being a better person sometimes begins with taking care of yourself first.
Heartbreak can have lasting effects and change us in a deeper way than sometimes we know. Storyteller Nick shares how his face-to-face experience with “pure human despair” and his career overall has made him realize how delicate and intertwined our lives our.
Tim lived most of his life without knowing he had a daughter...until one day she called. Apprehensive at first, Tim expresses that his daughter finding him was one of the greatest things to have happened to him.