For over a decade, Diana Nyad was known as the greatest long-distance swimmer in the world. Although she had retired from competitive swimming and was a member of the National Women's Hall of Fame and the International Swimming Hall of Fame, her dreaming days were not done.Read More
The Halftime Institute serves churches, non-profits, and faith-based business leaders. Chip DeClue, a coach for Halftime Institute, is encouraging his clients to not just survive, but to "sur-thrive." It's great advice!Read More
Jack Nicklaus knows a little bit about being the best. Nicknamed the "Golden Bear," Nicklaus is considered one of the greatest golfers of all time. He won 18 major championships (more than anyone), competed in 164 events (more than anyone), and finished with 73 PGA Tour victories.
And yet, many would say Nicklaus's greatest golfing moment, had nothing to do with winning. In fact, it was dramatically defined by him choosing NOT to win.Read More
At the age of 26 Michelangelo created what is arguably the most recognized statue in the world. It has also been called the world's greatest statue. "David", the 14 foot marble masterpiece, depicts the Biblical hero David patiently waiting for battle with a slingshot in one hand and a stone in the other.Read More