Based on the stories from The i'Mpossible Project...
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Storytelling is one of our oldest traditions. Stories can make us laugh or cry… or both at the same time. They can teach, inspire and even ignite an entire movement.
The i’Mpossible Project is a collection of powerful stories. They’re gritty, deep, heartwarming—and guaranteed to help you discover new possibilities in your life.
These stories are all about overcoming obstacles, reengaging with life, and creating new possibilities—a son’s homicide, a transgender man finding love, coming back from the brink of suicide, finding your funny in the face of overwhelming odds, and more…
• ABC News (U.S.)
• American Weekend (iHeart radio)
• Thrive and Connect (Podcast)
• An Evolving Lifestyle (Podcast)
• HuffPost Live (Broadcast)
• Do Over Life (Podcast)
• Inspired Masculinity (Podcast)
• reecaspieces (Blog)
Our Articles from The Huffington Post
The Title Song from the Program
What They're Saying About The Book
"What a fantastic honest book for cancer crushers and caregivers: I’ll definitely be recommending it the cancer community! " - Ethan Zohn, 2x Cancer Survivor, Megaphone for the Young Adult Cancer Community, Winner of SURVIVOR Africa & TV Personality
"When the skies get all dark, pick up The i’MPossible Project book and read a story or two, be inspired, and wait for the storm to pass." - Non Fiction Book Reviews (read the whole review HERE)
“A powerhouse book” - Jenna Talackova, Canadian model and television personality
"Very nice piece. It introduces pain of loss but with the hope that lives can be saved." - Eric Hipple, former NFL Quarterback Detroit Lions
"Reading the stories in this book will help anyone overcome obstacles and succeed.” - Ian Harvie standup comedian, transman
"Each story pulled at my heart and inspired me to live a fuller and more purpose driven life. I would recommend this book as a daily source of courage, inspiration and hope." - Carol Graham, wife of Major General Mark Graham who lost one son to the war in Iraq and the other to suicide.
A Straight, White Guy Singing About (College) Diversity Keynote Program is based on the storytelling in Volume 1 of The i’Mpossible Project: Reengaging With Life, Creating a New You. Why diversity through storytelling? Stories Break Down Stigma. The world becomes smaller. “That black guy,” “that lesbian-chick,” “that snarky-writer-guy who talks about suicide;” they all now have a name. David. Jamie. Josh. Each of these people has wants and needs, to live, to love, to survive and thrive just like everyone else.