Cameron Johnson is on The Morning Show with Mike & Juliet on FOX, sharing secrets from his book on entrepreneurship, You Call the Shots.
Let me paint a simple picture: All of the world’s problems sit in a single car. The engine that gets the car moving is made of all of us and the communities we belong to. The fuel that goes into the car is curiosity. If there is fuel in the tank, the engine is working. As long as the engine is going, and keeps going, the car will keep moving in the direction it needs to go. So, if we want it to head towards change, we need to fuel our communities with curiosity and lead the problems to a
"We are very excited to be bringing an astounding line-up of speakers for TEDxMcGill 2010: Relentless Curiosity. As in 2009, we are committed to featuring inspiring student speakers as well as brilliant McGill faculty and remarkable special guests from the Montreal community. Our team is very anxious to present all of the incredible ideas that our speakers are bringing to our stage on November 20." * Brett Rogers, documentary filmmaker, takes us on a journey down Cancer Alley along the Mississippi River
The dictionary defines risk as “exposing oneself to the chance of loss.” You may avoid suffering and sorrow if you take no risks, but you cannot learn, love, change, and grow. What causes individuals to shy away from taking a risk, even if it is a low risk and will give them something they really want? High on most people’s list would be fear of loss, failure and perceived humiliation. But why would we automatically think that we would fail at something? I believe this dates back to our childhood. A
We wanted to share this viral video with our readers. This is a truly impressive compilation of clips. Most people are life long trained professionals demonstrating the results of their hard work, perseverance and risk.
What are you doing about what you aren't doing? ~Scott Wittig If today were my last day on Earth and I could share 500 words of brilliance with the world, here are the important things I'd want to pass along to others...Surprise!!! Let's pretend that you just walked into a surprise party - for you. Look around. Who is in the room? Most likely all of the people who are closest to you. Your immediate family. Maybe your parents. A