Inspiring People

When the going gets tough, tough get going

Amy Purdy

Para-Snowboarder Amy Purdy  - FeatureAmy is an excellent snowboarder, actor, 2014 Paralympics’ bronze medallist and an ideal for all. Amy Purdy started snowboarding at the age of 15 but contracted bacterial magnetise when she was 19 due to which she lost her both legs. Her love for snowboarding was so strong that she found a way out to pursue her career in it. A non-profit organisation for disabled sports supported and she stood tall against all odds. She set an example for all those who give up hope easily. (Source Image)

Kyle Maynard

 Kyle Maynard

Kyle Maynard, a wrestler, footballer and an outstanding MMA fighter. Born with congenital amputation, having no arms or legs, his love for sports made him a fighter in real life. He won 36 matches in school wrestling team and then turned to mixed martial arts. Kyle graduated from Georgia University and later wrote his autobiography. (Source Image)

Bethany Hamilton

 Bethany Hamilton

Winner of ESPY in 2004 for the Comeback Athlete of the year, Bethany Hamilton lost her left arm when a shark attacked her at the age of 13. However, her courage was much stronger than the loss. After 3 months of recovery, she started surfing with a custom-made surfboard. (Source Image)

Kieran Behan

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An Irish gymnast, Kieran Behan was confined to a wheel chair because of certain complication during the removal of a tumour. The fighting spirit in him got him back to training just after 15 months of this incidence. After only a few days, he fell off a very high wall during his training session that made him sit in his wheel chair again. He had to learn even simple tasks like sitting and moving his head. Kieran Behan made his weakness his strength, became a world-renowned gymnast, and accolade many awards. (Source Image)

Billy Miske

 Billy Miske

His doctor diagnosed him with a terminal kidney disease and told him that he would live no more than five years. Knowing that his family financially depends upon him, he continued boxing. He lost only two champions in his entire boxing career and that too against the best boxers. (Source)

Derek Raymond

 Derek Raymond

A British sprinter Derek Raymond became a world champion in circumstances when anyone would have given up. He did not lose hope until he won the race even after a debilitating hamstring injury in the middle of the race. If this could be the passion to reach your goal then what odd could really scare you away? (Source Image)

Manny Pacquiao

 Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao lived on streets before Phillipines armature-boxing team picked him. He had to leave his family, as his mother could not afford to raise all six children. After starting his boxing career at the age of 16, he put his heart and soul into boxing that got him in the list of the world-renowned boxers of the last decade. (Source Image)]]>

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Dr Prem Jagyasi

Dr Prem is an award winning strategic leader, renowned author, publisher and highly acclaimed global speaker. Aside from publishing a bevy of life improvement guides, Dr Prem runs a network of 50 niche websites that attracts millions of readers across the globe. Thus far, Dr Prem has traveled to more than 40 countries, addressed numerous international conferences and offered his expert training and consultancy services to more than 150 international organizations. He also owns and leads a web services and technology business, supervised and managed by his eminent team. Dr Prem further takes great delight in travel photography.

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