Besides writing articles and working on a big BWS project (don’t worry, I’ll reveal it later…), I’ve recently just finished a big project for an internship. Coming out of my first meeting with board members, I was struck by how little I know. I’ve tried my best to dig into questions about life through books, business through conversations with entrepreneurs, academics through experimentation. I’ve always seen the next goal sitting on the horizon, ready to achieve.
But I’m going to be honest. I now know there is so much more to learn.
The universe is 93 billion light years in diameter, and here we are, sitting on a comparative speck of dust, mulling over our thoughts and trying to wrap our minds around the sheer enormity of information that exists.
When I realized how much beauty surrounded us and talked with experts who had been involved in their fields through decades of work, I was floored.
All of this after leaving a typical boardroom meeting.
You never know how small moments can make big impacts.