Maybe we can't get to where we want to get to, unless we love people who are really hard for us to love.
Larry Brilliant

Birds and Saints Don't Collect

Birds and Saints Don't Collect

Nov 8, 2017-- Larry Brilliant has tended to find himself in the right place at the right time -- he has engaged with some of the world's most prominent thought leaders and spiritual masters including Neem Karoli Baba, Martin Luther King, Jr., Steve Jobs, Wavy Gravy, and the Dalai Lama; led a team of 150,000 doctors to eradicate small pox in the world; started the Seva Foundation; received the first TED Prize; was the first president of; was endorsed on the Time-100 list by President Carter; and is now with the Skoll Foundation. "Needless to say, his karma has really lived up to his last name." This conversation with Brilliant, probes deeper into his journey, process, and lessons learned along the way in the areas of public health, technology, generosity, compassion, and living authentically. (10473 reads)

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