This past weekend, Dr. Carol and I drove up to New York to participate in the Lustgarten Foundation Walk to raise funds for Pancreatic Cancer Research. The trip to Long Island is not a short one... and inevitably our kids will fall asleep in the back of the car (and the standing rule in our family is that the co-pilot has a green light to do the same thing). If I am the driver, I will typically take that time to quietly listen to a podcast. On our return trip this weekend, I was lucky enough to be the co-pilot when the kids fell asleep in the car! I am sure that Dr. Carol will confirm this, but I think that I was asleep within 30 seconds of the moment when the last girl fell asleep in the back (To be honest, I may have been asleep before them, but I want to give myself a little credit here). When I woke up Carol was listening to a TED talk about what the speaker learned from "100 days of rejection." After she finished it, she told me that she really enjoyed it. Based on her recommendation, I decided to give it a listen, and it was well worth the time!
What I Learned From 100 Days Of Rejection
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Movement is my Medicine,