I’m very grateful. Grateful that we have a place to lay our heads tonight. Grateful that my three kids are enjoying their school year and all the activities that go with it. Grateful that my mom and dad cooked a delicious meal for us yesterday after we spent the weekend at a hockey rink for a tournament that we won. I’m grateful for friends who accept my flaws, books that inspire me, walks that fuel me and dreams that keep me moving in the right direction. Continue reading
Knowledge is power. And the people who give us this gift are teachers.
As Nobel Peace Prize winner, activist and terrorism survivor Malala Yousafzai said, “Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” Continue reading
I was listening to Ed Cooke, British author and memory expert, on the Tim Ferriss podcast and he said something really interesting. He was talking about merit. Society tells us that if someone works very hard and is paid good money for their efforts they are worthy of that success. They are worthy as a human being. Continue reading
Forty-seven years ago, on October 1, 1971, Disney World opened in Orlando.
Walt Disney was turned down over 300 times for financing when he was trying to build Walt Disney World. But he was used to rejection. Continue reading