In this ongoing series of blogs, we’re featuring content from entrepreneur and author Peter Diamandis. His new bestseller, co-written with Steven Kotler, is “Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World.” These blogs, written with Bob Hughes, explore many themes that are central to our current WE Cycle.
William K. Vanderbilt Sr. is a forgettable man, best remembered for whining that “inherited wealth is a real handicap to happiness.”
Piffle, Willie. You simply have no imagination. Your own son proves it.
Willie Vanderbilt II is a young man fascinated with automobiles. He’s often seen covered in grease with an entire engine spread out around him. In 1904, young Willie outruns Henry Ford to set a new world speed record, ninety-two miles per hour. Later in the year, Willie II …
Small actions are not insignificant. In fact, step by step they can lead to a life of significance.
In his new book, Intentional Living, the bestselling author and leadership expert John Maxwell talks about how we can change the way we view the world and treat others through small shifts in perceptions, and seemingly trivial acts. He urges people to truly live their life story in a way that will resonate not only with others, but with themselves.
“When you live each day with …
Each of us in our individual way has the power to change the world. Not by scaling mountains, but by taking small steps that make life better for those around us.
It’s a simple but powerful thing, but that’s how change works in the world sometimes – through incremental shifts in perception.
In his new book, Intentional Living, the bestselling author and leadership expert John Maxwell talks about living a life of significance.
The thing is, anyone can do this, which is what makes …
We recently discovered water on Mars, we marveled at a lunar eclipse and the impressive blood moon, and all I really want to deal with is how to get rid of the annoying pop-ups and insistent “sign-up to continue reading” announcements on websites.
Priorities rather than aspiration.
I know, it’s the little things. Yes, the big things give me hope as they do everyone with a little imagine and heart. But the little things drive me nuts and keep me from actually doing what I need to get …