Author challenges students to "step back" - The Witness
Stepping back was explained with three main ideas: Purpose, Perspective, and Progress. Barger challenged the audience with ideas like “what we put out into the world changes the world.” Barger encouraged everyone to interact with the people around them because those interactions make an impact. Barger highly values service; he has had valuable interactions when building homes for underprivileged families in the Dominican Republic and when visiting Casa Hogar Sion Orphanage in Mexico. Barger said we should use our talents and gifts to serve others. “Every one of us has the chance to choose who we want to be in the world,” Barger said before delving into his seven attributes for success, which consist of being a servant leader, storyteller, collaborator, innovator, daredevil, global citizen and being adaptable.
Fifty Orwell Essays - Project Gutenberg Australia
For those lucky enough to be heading to the south coast thisweekend, The Goodwood Revival, a celebration of all things vintage,should be top of their things to do list. It's more than just a dayout. You'll find an event that steps back in time, to a period ofvintage motorsport and supercars where their classic style and purespeed meet. Come prepared though, many guests will be dressed inperiod clothing that harks back to 1948-1966. While this is notobligatory, this attention to detail is a big part of what makesthe Goodwood Revival so celebrated and unique.
On September 2, Megaforce Records will release the next in the series of collected covers. The new album is called Step Back, which will, once again, feature Winter-recorded inspiring songs by his personal gallery of blues heroes. And once again, a wild collection of friends will join Johnny Winter in presenting these classic blues tracks. Among such guests will be Eric Clapton, Billy Gibbons, Ben Harper, Joe Perry, Brian Setzer, Dr John (Mac Rebennack), and Leslie West.