Red colored pen on A4 paper. One of the many early self-portrait lithographies of the young niece of Laura. Made at the age of two. Watch the video to find out how this might be a base for a passionate and happy life full of fulfillment. I love the guy. (Like always – picture comments by Michel.)
Hey Friends! We hope you had a great weekend! We are excited to share with you this absolutely great story about following own passion. The Big Story contains many smaller stories in it – we were impressed by all of them. As a matter of fact – Jarrett J. Krosoczka is a fantastic story teller and the time you will invest in watching his talk will be the time well spent.
We are happy and excited to share with you this inspiring video ADVENTURE full of fascinating insights by the GREATEST EXPLORER of our time – Mike Horn. He lives his passion by being who he really is – the Explorer who lives each and every day of his life to its fullest. In fact, it´s exactly what he tells us to do too. And he has a reason to do it. He has a point about it. A HUGE ONE. (By the way – this is Michel´s and my absolutely favorite speech we have seen so far – we are blown away by the message of this great man.) Continue reading
Is it so that Friday Night is Party Night?! 🙂 Or it does not really matter when is the party? Anyway – the craziness and humor are a perfect fit for discussing such subject. And there is a perfect man to give us a great dose of both. Meet: Steve Edge. Eccentric. Designer. Dyslexic (never read a book). And self described madman. He can teach us some valuable things. Also between lines. If we are ready to learn…
Do you want to know the absurd excuses why people (that is – me and you too) are settling for less than a great career? This is a chance to find out how a small difference actually makes a HUGE difference in our lives and in the lives of people who matter to us – it´s the difference between GOOD and GREAT, between INTEREST and PASSION. Continue reading
Faith Dickey is a Master of balance and controlling her fear. Last year she walked on the rope strung between two trucks that were driving on the highway at 80 miles (129 km) per hour. She had to cross the rope before the trucks entered tunnels separated by wall that broke the rope. Continue reading