Greig Trout, a former police officer, founded 101 Things To Do When You Survive, which shares stories of inspirational people doing amazing things and offers ideas of things people can look forward to doing now, or when their situation improves. Greig is a double cancer survivor – first diagnosed as a 7-year-old with Wilms tumour, he was diagnosed again aged 30 with bowel cancer. He was medically retired and consumed by fear, leading to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, insomnia, eczema and severe anxiety. After the break-up of his relationship, he sold his possessions to pursue a dream to travel around the world and created a website to raise awareness of PTSD, and to show others that there is life after cancer. Decision made, he started sleeping again. As he travelled the world, Greig’s blog struck a chord with a wide audience and grew into a global movement of people seeking positivity and enthusiasm for life. His aim continues to be to inspire others to overcome whatever is holding them back from achieving their goals.