Perspective Is Everything
- Message to students at Millard North High School
"You all have the power to inspire and to change people's lives. It doesn't matter who you are... And I truly believe that we have the ability to lead a revolution on a global scale like no other generation has ever had the ability to do before. Take that in, because that's pretty awesome."
- Message to students at Grand Island Senior High
"Each of us has the tools to help save & change lives. It's never been easier for us to reach out to those in need and to make our voices heard in a positive way. One post, one message, can change someone's life forever."
- Message at Kimball Hall for TedXLincoln
Grand Island Senior High School
"Radenslaben's message was well received by the GISH students. Many gathered to take photos with him after the talk and to share personal stories. 'He has an amazing message,' GISH principal Jeff Gilbertson said. 'He resonates with these kids because - look at him, he's pretty much still in their shoes."
"With just 140 characters, Verizon customer Hunter Radenslaben regularly captures the attention of thousands of weekend warriors, professional athletes, and big name sports brands like Under Armour and Russell... all through the help of technology."
"As I wiped the tears from my eyes and listened to the rest of Hunter's emotional, yet inspiring talk, I began to believe that you and I can have the same mission as Hunter. We all have the ability to spread positivity, faith, and hope, even when times are tough."
"Every day in a small town of 3,000 people, one Waverly High School student spreads inspirational messages to more than 60,000 people across the United States."
"'My mission remains the same,' Hunter said. 'To make a difference and inspire as many people as I possibly can. I want people to be able to take something away from my tweets - to have a stronger faith in themselves, in God, and in everything they do because of the things I post.'"
Podcasts / Radio Interviews
"Hunter's everywhere. He's a kid that said he just wanted to inspire people. What a foundation to build a business on."
"My advice to school administrators would be to not build a wall between students and social media."
- TedXLincoln, Lincoln, NE
- Grand Island Senior High, Grand Island, NE
- Millard North High School, Omaha, NE