…they “Start With Why”
Simon Sinek is a TED talker well worth the listen. This is one of my favorite TED talks of all time, packed full of inspiration and referencing Apple, Martin Luther King Jr., and The Wright Brothers. Watch this and let us know what it is you’re inspired to do!!!
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Manoj Bhargava may be normal-looking but there’s at least one thing about him that isn’t normal… his wallet. He has a net worth of roughly $4 billion and growing because he’s the founder of 5-Hour Energy. 5-Hour Energy, if you’re unfamiliar, is a revolutionary product that both shook up the energy drink industry and created its own lane with the energy shot market (which Forbes claims 5-Hour Energy owns 90% of). This man did all of this with only one year of Princeton under his belt!
Now he has pledged to give back 99% of his wealth ($3,960,000,000) in focused efforts to effect the world’s most pressing issues. After I watched this trailer, my mind was blown. Check it out below and if you want to watch the entire movie, click here! It’s FREE on YouTube!
All I can say is, if you don’t know… now you know.
Apparently Whitney Houston will have a hologram in 2016. Pitchfork reported the following:
Her estate announced a partnership with Hologram USA, the company responsible for turning Chief Keef into a hologram. The performances will be streamed by FilmOn, whose owner, Alki David, also owns Hologram USA. The hologram will debut in 2016 “at a major U.S. venue,” according to a press release, and will be followed by a tour.
“It’s a great opportunity for her fans to see a reinvention of one the most celebrated female artists in history and to continue a legacy of performances that will not be forgotten in years to come,” Pat Houston, Whitney’s sister-in-law and president of her estate, said in a statement. “I look forward to the partnership.”
I still think Holograms are a little creepy, but I guess it could be a good way for fans to remember her. The only way I’d like to remember is singing the National Anthem for the Super Bowl XXV in 1991. If you haven’t heard it, please go check it out now. It’s life changing.