Our first guest is philanthropist and life coach, Bob Goff. Bob has been called “a one-man tsunami of grace and a hurricane of love” and has written multiple New York Times Best-Sellers and founded Love Does, a non-profit human rights organization operating schools and pursuing justice for children in war-torn countries. In part two, Bob talks about the mission of his nonprofit organization, how to deal with failure and adversity, and how he managed to keep his team focused during the pandemic.
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Bob Goff is the author of the New York Times bestselling books Love Does and Everybody, Always and Dream Big. He is the Honorary Consul to the Republic of Uganda, an attorney, and the founder of Love Does—a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Uganda, India, Nepal, Iraq, and Somalia. He’s a lover of balloons, cake pops, and helping people pursue their big dreams. You can typically find Bob writing and taking calls from his boat, welcoming people to his Southern California retreat center- The Oaks, or at an event speaking. Bob’s greatest ambitions in life are to love others, do stuff, and, most importantly, to hold hands with his wife, Sweet Maria Goff, and spend time with their amazing kids. For more, check out BobGoff.com and LoveDoes.org.
Hosted By: Maggie Z. Miller and Hannah Nokes