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Greg Outlaw, a well-off CEO was molested under the Christmas tree at the age of 6. After discovering that his father, a church deacon, had an affair, Greg vowed never to step foot in church again and ventured into business. After turning down an offer of $25 million for this company due to his own greed; the discovery of a terminal illness because of habitual drug and alcohol abuse; and, fruitlessly spending his life in the 90's in pursuit of an IPO that ended up being shelved by the bursting of the Internet Bubble and bankruptcy, Greg finally heard and acknowledged the voice of God. Watch this three part motivational video as Greg shares his inspirational life story.

Living Life In The Fast Lane

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Tagged in: racing , professionals , motivation , meaning , faith , accident

Morgan Sheppard loved racing since his first car at age 12. Watch this motivational video as Morgan shares how alcohol got the best of him and the night that he turned his life around and began racing for Jesus.

A Real Ironman

Posted by: lifestory in Disabilities

Tagged in: trauma , suffering , racing , professionals , overcomer , motivation , hope , depression , anger , addiction , accident

  Scott Rigsby is a real Ironman, as a double amputee, and a world record holder for numerous achievements such as a double below-the-knee amputee in the Full Marathon, Half Ironman, Ironman Distance Triathlon  and International Distance Triathlon, and earning a spot on the 2006 USA Triathlon Team.
But to win these awards, Rigsby had to endure years of trials and tribulation, struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, and hopelessness. 

4x Superbowl Coach

Posted by: lifestory in Sports

Tagged in: racing , Life Story Published , football , coach

Joe Gibbsby Joe Gibbs

"Joe takes off in the ball game and he drops back. Now when you're that far away from the goal line nobody plays man to man defense. Everybody drops straight back. Well, one lineman went man to man with Joe Washington who we were going to throw the screen pass to and Joe Thiesman goes back and throws the prettiest screen pass in the world to the Raider linebacker who scored that day. Remember I told you I was a pretty smart guy in Washington? The next day in the Washington post I was called a buffoon. That's got to hurt..." 

"I'm fifty-two years old and my dad passed away at seventy-two. How much longer do I have? How am I investing my life? What are some of the things that I might be sorry for when it comes to that time when I realize that I don't have much longer to live myself. It's caused me to really think. It's been a good time but a sad time. It's caused me to really evaluate my life. I got to tell you guys, I've wasted some of the years of my life. I think the question becomes what am I going to do with the rest of the years I have."

 > Read or Listen to Joe Gibbs’ Life Story


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