Be.

Failure is the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently. —Henry Ford

It’s been a month of quarantine. Guaranteed you’ve seen this Venn diagram floating in the ether:

On its face, this figure feels existentially true. A call to action.

We’ve been sent to our rooms by this pandemic, locked away from others (or with others) for an eternity. We’re surrounded by uncertainty: when will this be…

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Author, SOLVING FOR WHY | Global surgeon | Decision analyst | Climber | 3x American Ninja Warrior Competitor

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Author, SOLVING FOR WHY | Global surgeon | Decision analyst | Climber | 3x American Ninja Warrior Competitor

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