I recently started reading a book written by Commander Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut who commanded the International Space Station for a period of time. His story is really a fascinating one, but the thing that was most interesting to me is that he determined that he wanted to be an astronaut at 9 years old after seeing Americans land on the moon. Even more amazing was at the time there was no such thing as a Canadian astronaut—they didn’t exist!
His philosophy of setting and pursuing goals is a great, practical approach to how we can achieve something bigger than we could ever imagine and enjoy the journey along the way! Better than me explaining it to you, why not hear it from him directly…