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The War Against Creativity

Creating is hard. It's choosing to go to the point of no return and to commit to creating something new, unseen, not yet in existence, and something that will more than likely fail. Not creating is even harder though, it's the choice of putting your curiosity in a prison and throwing away the key....

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Racing the Sunset

Life is a race. The race to the finish line, the race to retirement, maybe the race for knowledge, power, or money. Whatever you're racing for in life, whatever the grand goal is, there's a chance you'll never meet it, that it will slip away, like the sunset over a beach. What if your...

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Alone on the Wall

It's ok to be scared. Especially when you're venturing into the unknown and trying to do something amazing and new. But whenever you're there, alone on your own wall, take a moment to breathe, realize how lucky you are to be there, and continue your journey. Note: The awesome part happens after 3:00, but watch...

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High-Fiving Your Brand

The most popular story for how the modern "high five" originated is from the late 70's when Dodgers player Glenn Burke raised his hand in celebration to greet Dodgers left-fielder Dusty Baker, and Baker not knowing what to do, slapped it. It may be strange to think about, but there has to be an origin for...

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Apollo 8

On December 24th, 1968, during the Apollo 8 mission, humans saw the Earth rise above the horizon of the moon for the very first time in person. The three astronauts of Apollo 8,  Commander Frank Borman, Command Module Pilot James Lovell, and Lunar Module Pilot William Anders became the first humans to travel beyond...

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The Admiral

On the last day of the 1993-1994 NBA Season, two future Hall of Famers were locked in an epic scoring battle, each vying to capture the coveted NBA scoring title for that season. David Robinson, nicknamed The Admiral, of the San Antonio Spurs trailed Shaquille O' Neal, then with the Orlando Magic, by 33 points...

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The Self-Powered Life

The Ancient Polynesians navigated the Pacific using the sun and the stars as their compass. Their journeys took them to places across thousands of miles, from Hawaii to New Zealand and New Zealand to Easter Island, within an area encompassing 10 million square miles, now known as the Polynesian Triangle. These ancient navigators, exploring and...

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