Arthur Blank - owner of the Atlanta Falcons and co-founder of The Home Depot - invites Graham to Atlanta for two days to share pivotal moments from his self-made rise to billionaire status and tour the best-in-class stadium he built for the Atlanta Falcons. Blank, quarterback Matt Ryan and members of the Falcons' brass discuss coping with Michael Vick's conviction and coach Bobby Petrino's surprise abandonment. Plus, Blank reflects on both creating and stepping away from The Home Depot.
Renowned National Geographic photographer and conservationist Paul Nicklen invites Graham to spend three days with him in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest and in Hartley Bay, home of the the Gitga'at Tribe. Graham joins one of the world's best wildlife photographers on assignment as Nicklen photographs humpback whales and spirit bears. They discuss Nicklen's life mission to bring awareness to the effects of climate change via emotion-evoking imagery, even risking his life semi-regularly to complete an assignment for the prestigious publication.
Graham sits down with 15-time NBA All-Star and four-time NBA champion, Shaquille O'Neal. The former MVP discusses growing up poor, his inspirations to achieve greatness and a Knicks game that changed his life. Shaq also sheds light on how he motivated Kobe Bryant and the biggest regrets of his career. After the interview, Shaq and Graham goof off on Shaq's in-home basketball court.