Hal Elrod is on a mission to elevate the consciousness of humanity, one morning and one person at a time. What’s incredible is that Hal literally died at age 20. His car was hit head-on by a drunk driver at 70 miles per hour, his heart stopped for 6 minutes, he broke 11 bones and woke up after 6 days in a coma to be told by his doctors that he would probably never walk again. Not only did Hal walk, he ran a 52-mile ultra-marathon and went on to become a hall-of-fame business achiever, international keynote speaker, author, and grateful husband and father — all before he turned 30. Then, in November of 2016, Hal nearly died again; his kidneys, lungs, and heart were failing, and he was diagnosed with a rare, and very aggressive form of leukemia. Hal is now in remission and furthering his mission as the creator of The Miracle Morning book series, host of the “Achieve Your Goals” podcast, and executive producer of The Miracle Morning, a documentary that shows you how you can transform your life, one morning at a time. Hal is living his mission alongside his wife and their two young children in Austin, TX.