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Personal Brilliance—Knowing Yourself Gives You “Weight” for Flight
1 personal brilliance—knowing yourself gives you “weight” for flight

Who Am I? The Problem That Creates Urgency

Simon tells the story about why he is so driven to impact education:

One of my joys when I am home is to drive my children to school. I look forward to it because my parents were not able to do it for me because they were working to put food on the table.

My son, Daniel, is a brilliant 16-year-old tenth-grader. Thank goodness he’s not pushing to drive just yet. When I am not traveling, sometimes I have the privilege of driving him to school, and one morning on the way to school at 6:45 AM I tried to strike up a ...

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