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Autistic Child Becomes a Global Success
The Inspiring Story of How Amit Kenig, an Artist on the Autism Spectrum, Found His Voice
About Amit Kenig
A real-life story that shows that believing in yourself can lead to success.
Amit Kenig was born with autism, and he faced many challenges as a child. He was bullied at school and mocked by teachers. But Amit didn’t give up on his dream of becoming a juggler. He practiced for hours every day, and he eventually became one of the fastest jugglers in the world. Today, he performs on the biggest stages all over the world, inspiring people everywhere.
Amit Kenig’s story is a reminder that anything is possible if you have the courage to follow your dreams.
"That's how I began my journey
in the world of juggling."
Amit fell in love with juggling and decided to make it his lifelong profession. After studying circus arts in France, he collaborated with top circus troupes worldwide, ultimately becoming a renowned artist. Today, he works with the international company “Pyroterra Lighttoys” and has created a new solo show called “UPGRADED,” destined for an international tour.
The personal journey into juggling world.
"Before juggling, I wasn't good at anything, and my self-esteem was very low. Juggling was the first time I found something I excelled at, and the more I trained, the more positive feedback I received."
"I am here to tell you that we are limitless."
This is my life’s mission.
A journey across 30 countries.
“I believe that every person has a deep and inner need for self-fulfillment, uniqueness, self-expression, realizing their true potential, and a sense of belonging.
We all have inner capabilities where we are stronger than others, and if we focus on unlocking and realizing our full potential, we can provide meaning and value to others, and all aspects of life can improve.
I believe that we can excel in anything we desire, even if it seems like we don’t have it. Through practical learning, stepping out of our comfort zone, embracing failure as part of the process, practice, and perseverance, we can not only improve but also turn our weaknesses into strengths.
I believe that success comes to those who build self-discipline, those who persist even in challenging times, and those who have faith in their own path. As they say, nothing stands in the way of determination.
I believe that my path can empower those who are dealing with physical or emotional limitations, those who feel ‘below average.’ I believe that the path I’ve found can fill those labeled as ‘incapable’ or ‘never able’ with light and hope.
I ask that you also believe that if society labels you as ‘incapable’ or ‘disabled,’ this is precisely the place to demonstrate ability, to show that there is another way. It’s the time for self-fulfillment, for self-development, to learn to open up, and not to give up on your dream.”