The Right Decision isn’t Always Easy by @MLewisMDAuthor #decision #MichaelJordan #basketball

As you can imagine, it’s not easy having to make treatment decisions for athletes. Especially when it could affect the team’s entire season and especially when it’s NBA superstar Michael Jordan. May 25, 1998. The Eastern Conference Finals in Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana. In this series Michael “Air” Jordan and the Chicago Bulls were up…

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A Lesson in Handling Adversity with Bill Wennington via @MLewisAuthorMD #adversity #basketball #leadership

“When facing adversity, we should not ask, ‘Why me?’ but instead, ‘What am I supposed to learn from this?’” – Chip Conley What is Adversity? Merriam-Webster defines adversity as “a state or instance of serious or continued difficulty or misfortune.” Athletes are one group of people who experience this more often than the general population…

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Venezuela “Color is joy. One does not think of joy. One is carried by it.” —Ernest Haas (from my book One World: A View of Seven Continents)

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Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia “The poetry of earth is never dead.” —John Keats (from my book One World: A View of Seven Continents)

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Keoladeo National Park, India “It was the Rainbow gave thee birth, and left thee all her lovely hues.” —W.H. Davies (from my book One World: A View of Seven Continents)

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Barcelona, Spain “The evidence indicates that woman is, on the whole, biologically superior to man.” —Ashley Montague (from my book One World: A View of Seven Continents)

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Galapagos Islands, Ecuador “Barkis is willin’” (Barkis’s proposal of marriage to Peggoty in “David Copperfield”) —Charles Dickens (from my book One World: A View of Seven Continents)

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Did you know that the Namib desert stretches for 1,400 barren miles along the coast of southwest Africa and is the oldest desert in the world? Or that the highest dune in the area is 1,200 feet high? Learn more in the latest Round the World Trip Report

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