Leap chronicles a one-year experiment seeks to discover whether coaching can help ordinary people achieve extraordinary things. Confronted, challenged, and frequently overwhelmed — four participants will bet everything on their bold visions on the future.
.In one night of drinking, Rob lost everything. His Emmy award now sits on the shelf, a reminder of the career he once had, and the family who will no longer take his calls. Haunted by his humiliating fall from grace and the night that it all fell apart, Rob holds fast to his sobriety, but struggles to rebuild the success he once had. Frustrated and afraid, he yells at his coaches ‘every time it’s supposed to get easier it gets f—ing harder!’
.Precious weighs 327 pounds. She has been laughed out of fashionable stores, yet believes that being curvy does not have to make you any less beautiful. Her dream is to start a lingerie company and inspire other plus sized women to love their bodies, yet the man who was the source of her own self confidence is no longer by her side.
.Soon Loo is an overworked executive who manages companies across Asia. He wants to step things up to the next level and grow his business to the stratosphere. His greatest fear is to come home to his parents’ house, look his dad in the eye, and announce that he has failed.
.In his early twenties, Chad made a commitment to wait until the right person came along. He thought he would have to wait until he was twenty five, maybe thirty at most. Now, finding himself a 43-year-old virgin, Chad must challenge his long held beliefs, and take the first tentative walk along the beach.
Working with an elite team of coaches and mentors, including Marshall Goldsmith, Jack Canfield, John Gray, Marci Shimoff, John Demartini and many more, our four participants will try and transform their lives. They’ll ask the searching questions, advise on business strategy, and walk their clients through every step of their transformation. But no one said it would be easy.