Dan Adams brings together heroes from around the world to help create action to change the world.
Head basketball coach at Oakland University, Jeff Tungate, aims to create heroes in his Division I team.
Morris Peterson suggests that anyone can be a hero through work and discipline. His friends, Mateen Cleaves and Anthony Dirrell join him to share their thoughts.
Stephen K. Hayes was America's first ninja and a bodyguard for the Dalai Lama. He shared the story of how he aspired to be a hero and the lessons he's learned.
Dan Edwardes, of Parkour Generations, argues that heroism requires physical training as well as moral. He thinks the best preparation is through mastering physical movement using Parkour as a base.
Dan Edwardes of Parkour Generations believes that heroes are not born, that they are made - made by themselves. Heroic action is easier when you've trained yourself to prepare for it.
Endurance runner, Samantha Gash, shares her experience and insight into determination, grit, and resilience.