With the start of a new decade comes a new direction and a new theme for living my life. Harmony all around is the hallmark I am standing by.
Below are some of the gorgeous places in the United States I have been to or have in mind to check out in the future. Enjoy!
California — Golden Gate Bridge
Certainly one of the most iconic landmarks in San Francisco and the United States. …
As my team so nicely pointed out in the article The Artful City of Besançon, I enjoy going on various adventures across North America and oftentimes sharing them with my followers. I am really looking forward to building a lovely family someday and discovering more of its breathtaking landscapes together.
Below are my chosen beautiful gems of Canada at the moment in each Canadian province. Enjoy!
British Columbia — Mount Robson Provincial Park
This is one of the most remote areas of Canada. Home to Mt. Robson, which stands at 3,954 meters, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. The stunning landscape features glacier-capped peaks, waterfalls, and nature trails. …
Evaluating the possibility of progress being made and changes in attitude
There are times when one needs to speak out against issues in order to effect meaningful change in critical areas of life. There are also times when it is probably better to highlight the positives. The latter has the benefit of raising awareness about the progress being made, while acknowledging what else needs to be done.
Back in 2017, I wrote about investors having a fear of backing married co-founders. That article came about from my own experience as a co-founder with my life partner, Chris, while we were seeking funding for Tunedly. At the time, I was not alone in my observation of venture capitalists having an unfair bias towards married co-founders; I had quoted Growth X Capital founder Will Bunker, who had also written an article on the topic. …