Rob B. Lowe was sitting in class at age 13, suddenly drippingsweat. He recalls “an organ-boiling fever” of 106 degreesFahrenheit, the severe onset of malaria. In his hospital bed, hisfamily far away, the Australian teen faced a surreal experience. Inrecent years, the process of becoming a life coach,certified inneurolinguistic programming, has given him tools for understandinghis life story. He recognizes the lifelong survival mode that wasevident in his response to malaria. He uses his newfound energy toreach up and out, and give people an opportunity to build their ownbest versions of themselves.