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If you’ve been watching the Winter Olympics in Sochi like me, you may have been impressed at the level of performance and the triumphs of these top athletes. And no matter what nation, every single Olympic athlete seems to have that same dedication and that mental strength that makes them reach for the gold medal. I believe that we can learn from the Olympians and apply these strengths to step into your true voice.
This post will be a little different.
My birthday is almost here. I’m usually excited about celebrating my bday and the awesome life I have, but this year I’m particularly thankful to have lived another happy, healthy year. Why?
As I attended the 2012 World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon, I saw Scott Harrison – founder of charity: water – speaking on the main stage about his journey from New York nightclub promoter to humanitarian. Scott’s story is fascinating (you can see an interview with him here), but what’s more – I haven’t forgotten what Scott told us that day:
Millions of kids around the world don’t live to see their fifth birthday because they don’t have access to clean, safe drinking water.
We can help change that.
What does a 100 dollar bill have to do with a rebel? Let me explain.
In July 2012 I attended the 2nd Annual World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon. And if you think summit = conference = boring lectures, you’re totally on the wrong track. WDS is a summit like no other. It’s where remarkable people from all over the globe come together for a weekend of unconventional idea exchange and inspiration.
Think non-stop meet-ups. Think lots of a-ha moments and tears of joy. Picture 1,000 people singing Journey’s “Don’t stop believing” together. Extra loud. (Try it for yourself – sing along to Journey’s live performance above and feel an instant boost of confidence!)