The household adventure guy charles r. scott

Great things must arrived at an finish. Saya and that i have formally finished our cycling trip from Tokyo, japan to Kyoto and back. I usually feel just a little lower whenever a big adventure involves an finish, however the sadness is rapidly substituted with many good recollections and also the excitement of knowing that we’ll develop more challenges to talk about later on.

On Monday, This summer 25, I’ll provide a 90-minute presentation towards the management team and employees at Apple Corporation in Tokyo, japan. I’ll discuss uses of discomfort to your benefit, the strength of informed high risk, and also the secret to optimal performance. Each one of these were surface of mind as my 9-year-old daughter and that i cycled over mountain tops and thru Japan’s summer time heat previously two days. Whenever the trip felt overwhelming, Saya and that i chuckled and stated, "Greater situations are, the greater interesting tales we’ll need to tell afterward!"

Yesterday, I attended a memorial service in Tokyo, japan in my father-in-law, who died last year at 86. The Buddhist priest who presided within the ceremony stated it’s natural to feel sad and lonely after someone we like dies. However their dying is another indication of methods precious each moment is. Everyone can craft a significant existence filled with gratitude for the small amount of time about this little blue ball falling round the sun.

My dad-in-law experienced a lot in the existence: The Second World War, employed in the U.S. and Europe, families, losing his wife to cancer. When I checked out the numerous individuals who attended the memorial, I recognized just how much energy he put in building and treasuring connections with individuals throughout his lengthy existence. He understood that humans are made to interact with each other, that people need support and love, and now we also have the chance to develop and alter which help each other on the way. I miss him.

Here are a few photos in the past couple of days:


UNIS Graduation Keynote – The Family Adventure Guy Charles R. Scott