Nothing off-limits if you choose to compete every day. Take for example Kyle Coon, a graduate of the University of Central Florida who set his sights on climbing the unthinkable – Mt. St.. Helens, Mt. Hood, and Machu Picchu. He did all of this despite the fact he lost his vision as a child due to cancer. Did we mention that he did all of this before graduating high school?
The 22-year-old is on a mission to inspire the world to accomplish feats one would never think possible through his nonprofit “Sight Unseen.” In other words, he wants you to compete for your life and allow nothing to stand in your way.
“There will be a lot of barriers that will be put in your way. Adversity and how we respond to it is what defines us as people.”