Be More Dog (Click for Video)
UK Mobile phone company O2 has a great new ad that features a cat whose life was pretty boring until he decided to be more dog. Now, life is full of sticks and fun. We learn that the Latin phrase carpe diem actually means, “grab the Frisbee.” Maybe we should all be a bit more dog.
Unlocking The Truth (Click for Video)
Malcolm Brickhouse & Jarad Dawkins are a couple of sixth graders from Brooklyn, New York with an inspirational message from an unlikely place – heavy metal. Refusing to be put into a box of everyone else’s expectations, they stay true to who they are. Brickhouse says, “I don’t like doing the same thing everybody else is doing. I want to do my own thing.” Read more
Never Give Up! (Click for Video)
In need of an extra dose of motivation? Former tennis pro turned clam fisherman Shuzo Matsuoka is here delivering his motivating message of tenacity while harvesting clams in freezing water.
His simple yet powerful message – Don’t give up. Try harder, but never give up!
Caleb Smith wrestler with no arms or legs (Click for Video)
A high school wrestler from St Paul, Minnesota, is wowing opponents across the country but not just with his physical strength and will-power – he also doesn’t have arms or legs.
120-pound wrestler Caleb Smith was born with a rare blood disease which forced his parents to make the agonizing decision to amputate his arms below the elbows and legs below the knees when he was just three. Read more
Tim Harris serves breakfast, lunch, & hugs (Click for Video)
Billing itself as the “world’s friendliest restaurant,” Tim’s Place in Albuquerque, New Mexico is owned by the very happy and enthusiastic Tim Harris. A Special Olympic gold medalist, Tim may also be the only restaurant owner in the country with Down syndrome.
Tim is a hard worker, getting up at 5:30 to be at the restaurant at 7:00. He is so excited to go to work that he does a dance in the parking lot everyday as he arrives. Read more
Clark Retirement Community Harlem Shake (Click for Video)
Watch the very hip Clark Retirement Community in Grand Rapids, Michigan do Harlem Shake in this very energetic video.