“Unfortunately….No” Friday was a pretty bad day, but it’s ok. The whole day wasn’t bad, just a few split moments that threw me off my game. I had preconceived ideas about how certain situations were going to unfold and they ultimately ended up playing out the exact opposite of what I had expected… Just two days ago I returned home from a 5-school speaking tour in Ottawa and was left
Robin Sharma Almost a year ago today I was sitting under a tree on a picnic table at Camp White Pine while reading Robin Sharma’s book, The Greatness Guide. It was 5:30 in the morning and the only noises I could hear were those made by the birds and animals that were beginning to wake up. I really enjoyed reading this book because every 2-3 pages illustrated a brand-new idea.
YYZ -> YTR There is no doubt in my mind that I will be back to B.C very soon. I spent 5 days last week in Vancouver on a speaking tour. The tour included Enactus Nationals, LOI Demo day, and two elementary schools. In total only 3 days were spent speaking, so the remaining 2 were used for exploring. I should also mention that I was with 4 of my
I laugh when I hear my parents, aunts and uncles tell me that they’re going through their mid-life crisis. They explain it as that point in their lives when they feel like they lack certainty, direction and purpose so they spend their time going on shopping sprees, buying sports cars and taking lots of vacations. The reason I laugh is because they don’t realize that teenagers – you and I
“The most important conversation you have is the conversation you have with yourself.” – David Goggins The other night I was listening to a podcast episode with Jay Shetty and David Goggins and when David uttered these words I had to pause the episode and ask myself the question, “Sam how are you talking to yourself?” It is crazy to realize that nothing has meaning in this world except for