He is a congenital amputee (he was born without arms or legs), and he has accomplished more athletic feats than most of us will in multiple lifetimes.
He has climbed some of the world’s tallest mountains.
Won wrestling championships.
Fought in the MMA ring.
But he is subject to the same fears, doubts, struggles, and grief all of us are.
These are just some of the reasons I love my friend Kyle Maynard. (He’s also hilarious.)
I asked him to give the closing keynote at our first ever Summit of Greatness because I knew his incredible spirit and story would inspire every attendee beyond what they thought possible.
What I didn’t know is that he had been facing some really tough personal challenges that year, sparked by losing his beloved grandma, and that coming to Summit would be a part of his healing process.
When Kyle took the stage, we laughed, cried, and cheered on our feet as he told us the truth about what it takes to be a champion in all areas of life.
With the second annual Summit just two weeks away, I wanted to share Kyle’s keynote on the podcast as a reminder to all of us.
There are truly no excuses big enough to hold us back from living our purpose if we are willing to go the distance. Find out why in Episode 529 with Kyle Maynard.