He had over 20 number one records on the Christian Music charts and a promising career - until one little girl changed everything. His daughter was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Angelman Syndrome, and the demands of her 24-hour care and enormous medical bills almost broke him. At a time of despair, he entered the "American Idol" Song contest and "won" in a myriad of ways. "Time of My Life" spent 16 weeks on the pop charts, making it one of the longest running Billboard chart toppers of all time. Reggie used his notoriety to help found FAST (the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics) and his commitment to help Angelman children and families has become his life's mission.
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Business leader and author, Lance Heft, is committed to helping people reach their full potential. His inquisitive nature inspired him to develop a television series, where he could ask successful people about their own inspirations, how they overcame obstacles, and their secrets to living the life of they desire. Lance gets to the heart of the matter in every episode, finding out what makes people tick, and discovering the goals and dreams that unite us all.
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Season One Free Transcript Downloads are now available.
Season Two Free Trancsript Downloads will be available by October 1.
Episode 1: Steve Tobin - Download Transcript
Episode 2: Kathy Griffin - Download Transcript
Episode 3: Aaron Tippin - Download Transcript
"Inspiration with Lance Heft is a beacon of what's right in a world so keenly focused on what's wrong. I was particularly moved by Lance's interview with singer/songwriter, Regie Hamm, whose daughter suffers from the same rare genetic disorder (Angelman Syndrome) as my own daughter. So nice to hear from someone else who is also on this challenging journey and so appreciative that Regie has answered his calling to give voice and hope to the Angelman Community. Kudos to Lance and everyone behind the scenes for bringing us this kind of inspiration. Good news is always welcome here!"