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But Mama Nuk had the one thing that separates successful people from the rest...
It took reflecting on my grandfather’s life and this quote, to realize that he and my dad were teaching me the same valuable lesson.
Josh asked me a question that I would never forget…
Educators, parents and students – this year you should choose not to settle. Choose not to settle on your expectations of your students’ abilities….
Behind every person’s success story, you will find that they had to give something up; they had to make SACRIFICES.
Sometimes we may be conditioned to believe that following a certain path will guarantee results. If we just go through the motions, disregarding the need for a plan and action, then we fall into the same cycle as the deer in Nara Park.
And today, I challenge you to be the explorer. Be vulnerable in the uncomfortable. Be creative in your travel. Be intentional in the act of discovery.
I read that it would take approximately 6 hours to get to the Sahara Desert from Casablanca. I was way off.
…I look back on this experience and realize that it's often when we feel the most helpless that we have the most opportunity for growth.
While in Vietnam, my friends and I took a flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi to visit Ha Long Bay. On our way back to Ho Chi Minh City, we experienced a hiccup that almost ruined the entire trip.
Traveling the world is a major investment of resources, energy, and time. When it comes to time, nothing comes close to the current longest flight in the world from Doha (HIA) to Auckland (AKL). Check out this Business Tech article to find out just how much time you'll spend aboard this flight.