I’ve learnt that building connection is one of the most important things that we can do as a human. Without connection we have nothing.
No meaning, no purpose and no reason.
All of these connections are linked by the power of stories. Stories are in everything and exist in everyone and should be the foundation of everything we do if we want to progress.
Adults can benefit by breaking out of their burnout in their workplace, and performing better within their work teams. Some companies like that.
Kids can learn and aim higher than their current circle facilitates. Schools often struggle finding ways to give them a useful push.
After a short career in professional football, my life completely changed as I went on a journey of self-discovery in the US. From a young man only caring about materialistic values, I transformed my outlook towards actually having empathy for the world around me.
Over the years, I have helped build a school house in Uganda that to this day educates 150 children per term and swam 53 miles in the Lake District National park, to help 36 homeless people go from the streets and back to their feet through an employment program.
I was in Manchester one evening, and I came across a homeless person who said something to me that changed my life forever. He said,
I wanted to help people on a full-time basis, and so in November 2019, Tales to Inspire was born. Here we share the stories of real-life people with the aim of encouraging real-life outcomes to inspire change.
You’ll find both our podcast interview and the blog post with even more details of each of our ambassadors. Tales of mental health, motivation, kindness, resilience, adventure, overcoming adversity and anything else you can think of.