Want to be entertained and inspired at the same time? Watch the Oscar-winning film, Man on Wire.
I usually forget a movie shortly after watching. However, Man on Wire is well… unforgettable. It’s exceptional.
I was thoroughly moved and motivated by the passion of tightrope walker, Philippe Petit, who decides he’s going to erect a rope and walk between the NYC World Trade Center twin towers.
This man has a goal and he doesn’t let anything or anyone stand in his way. He defies all the laws, breaks all the rules and acts like the word, “no” doesn’t exist. This is what I admire most about Petit. He makes no excuses and completely ignores critics who say it can’t be done. Man on WireRead More»
“If you can’t run with the big dogs, stay on the porch.”
I first heard this expression when I was a kid. An adult told me this, in an attempt to limit my reach; to keep me boxed in to a small, safe world. It was an attempt to discourage me from trying something new and taking reasonable risks. It felt like they were telling me, “Who do you think you are? You can’t do that!”Read More»