All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.
- Edmund Burke
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams
- Henry David Thoreau
This is it. Leap Day. The day you’ve been looking forward to for at least a month—and probably for a lot longer than that. This is the day take a leap toward your dream.
Task #29: Let it rip!
If you’ve [...]
So far on this challenge you’ve forged a purposeful vision, identified a team of supporters, and developed a detailed plan. For the days we have left, we’ll be preparing to execute your plan, leverage those supporters, and realize that vision.
With five days left until you [...]
People don’t follow titles, they follow courage. – William Wells Brown
How does it make you feel when you see someone demonstrate personal courage?
As for me, I get this odd feeling of respect and usually a strange desire to join them. Ever wonder why that is? I think it comes back [...]
In addition to trying to work and take care of my family, I’ve coordinated a cross-country move, closed on a new house, transported a canoe 345 miles, said goodbye to old friends, cleaned out our apartment, visited family, and driven half-way across the country.
Of course I [...]
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