Kyle Maynard

Born with Congenital Amputation – No arms and No Legs – Mountain Climber – Inspiration to millions – Soul Searcher

What do you take for granted? Your arms? Your Legs? This week on the Team Never Quit Podcast Navy SEALs, Marcus Luttrell, David Rutherford and #TheWizard are honored to welcome one of the greatest inspirations of the modern era. Kyle Maynard joins the team to tell his greatest #NeverQuitStory and why being born with no arms and no legs has given him a life he could have never dreamed of. Listen in true wonderment as Kyle talks about his flirtation with suicide as a child and his insane grit as he recently climbed Mount Aconcagua in Argentina. Kyle’s perpetual search for higher purpose is exactly what we all need to hear. Being born with Congenital Amputation for most people could be a death sentence. For Kyle Maynard is was the gift of never taking anything for granted in his amazing life. From becoming a champion wrestler in high school to writing an international best selling book, speaking to over 750,000 people and reaching millions more with his never quit story, Kyle has a perspective that transcends trivial distractions. His focus and determination to live a powerful and purposeful life will leave you without excuses. Once again the #TNQPodcast has delivered positive, inspiring content that will help their listeners face the greatest challenges life has to offer. If you are inspired by Kyle’s story please write in and share your greatest never story on the website. Great Stories Ignite Legends.

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