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A gripping, inspiring first-hand account of the miracles and fate that allowed Ari Schonbrun to make it out from the 78th floor of the World Trade Center on 9/11. A story of courage, heroism, and rebirth in the wake of the greatest attack on America in the 21st Century. A truly unforgettable story of hope that will force the reader to re-examine what matters most in life.
Ari describes himself as a speaker who wrote a book rather than a writer who likes to speak. Miracles and Fate on 78 is an outgrowth of his message of hope and renewal that he has been sharing with audiences throughout the world since the horrific events of September 11th changed his life forever. Click below to contact Ari about speaking events.
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"I have heard nothing but great things about your time at our conference. People were truly inspired by your story and they loved meeting you. You made the effort to connect with our teams and they love that!"
"You captivated our students while sharing your experience on 9/11. They will truly not forget the events that unfolded that day because of the time you dedicated to our group this afternoon. Your closing remarks were thought provoking and will resonate with our students and chaperones for years to come. We can't thank you enough!"
"Your story brought me to tears. How you changed your life is so inspiring. I will share your story with my family and team at GE."
"Mr. Schonbrun had a profound impact on many of us,” said junior Amanda Lewis. “I thought that if he could survive 9/11 and use his experience to motivate us, then we could look inside ourselves to accomplish anything. By the end of his talk you could tell that the students, and even the faculty were fired up for this semester."