Recently, I was given an amazing opportunity: the chance to join my daughter on a trip to rural Kenya.
When I was asked if I wanted to take this trip a couple of years ago, I didn’t know much about it, or what to expect. I only knew we would be observing the progress the Unstoppable Foundation has made toward building schools and sustainable communities with the resources I had been contributing.
“Sure,” I thought. “Why not?” It sounded like a fun adventure, something new and different.
I soon realized it was going to be much, much more than that. By the end of my first day, I knew that this was going to be an experience that would change me forever.
Within moments of landing at the airstrip in Narok, Kenya, we were greeted by James, a Maasai Warrior. With his beaming smile and warm welcome, I liked him right away. We arrived in camp and were met with singing and more smiling faces. In fact, smiling faces were a constant theme throughout the trip.
Went to an illegal backyard dinner last night. Illegal fun (including tequila) was had by consenting adults. Please don’t report us.
No live show today as I wanted to give my guys a four day weekend with MLK Day on Monday.
Anyone got good weekend plans?
“Sometimes the most educated is the most brainwashed.” — Peter Thiel
We posted our Big Tech compilation video in the content section about an hour ago. Think this moment with PT sums up so much of what’s wrong with society right now...
A message from Dave.