Lesley Apelbaum has turned a passion into a project. She first participated in Landmark’s programs when she was a kid. She did the Landmark Forum for Young People at the age of 10. Now and adult, she finds herself keenly interested in people overcoming adversity to achieve their goals and realize their possibilities.
In 2013 she created “Road to Possible” as a way to showcase the stories of people and what they encounter on their way to fulfilling their dreams and accomplishing the things they most care about.
Through a wide range of media from print to video, Road to Possible provides an intimate and imaginative exploration of what it takes to make a dream a reality. From artists, restaurateurs and parents to aspiring political candidates and personal trainers, and survivors of traumatic brain injury. Through Road to Possible, Apelbaum captures people at work on what they love with all of the challenges that come with it. This mult-platform project not only inspires with remarkable stories, it has created a community of mutual support.
Road to Possible reflects the full diversity of Toronto and Canada itself. Now it expanding to people around the world.
If you would like to share your journey or another inspiring person’s journey, you can share your story with Road to Possible Blog.