Why do all of this? Because I believe that I can best teach when I speak to something I’ve personally known and felt: the fears and joys of creating authentic work that needs to be released, failing forward through trying and growing, using the internet to self-educate, developing a digital strategy/workflow for sharing work, and the importance of mentoring, and a support team. I know these things intimately. I have lived them. And I believe our world can be changed powerfully by people creating their authentic legacy.
Our Poland adventure now heads south from our base camp in the mountain town of Zakopane. We’ll drive into Tatra National Park and then set off on a two hour hike to Morskie Oko (“Eye of The Sea”).
Along the way we pass all sorts of Polish people, of all ages and fitness levels, out enjoying the late summer walk. Two hours to go and a lot of uphill ahead of us before we reach the lake.
Today’s photo essay sees us into Warsaw for brunch then an exploration around Łazienki (Royal Baths) Park. Łazienki Park is the largest park in Warsaw, at 76 hectares, and home to a number of fascinating buildings and structures including the Palace On The Water.
Born and raised alongside the Pacific Ocean in British Columbia, Canada, he has a passion for finding and sharing better perspectives in our world.
Adventures lurk in the moments
of our everyday.
Some take place on mountains, some in conversations, some in choices chosen, or let to pass.
Our world is full of people with a diverse range of talents, experiences, and ideas.
In my travels, digital and corporeal, I am fortunate to meet many an inspirational individual, and this is where I get to introduce them to you (and you to them as well).
Perspectives influence how we interpret and interact with the world.
We grow up believing a combination of what we’ve been taught, what we’ve seen and heard, and what we’ve assumed/deciphered along the way.
If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery