Our eight-week summer series, LIGHTS, CAMERA, CRUCIBLES, kicks
off this week. We examine some of the most popular film heroes --
superheroes, sports heroes and action heroes -- to extract key
learnings and practical action steps to help you move beyond your
crucibles to a life of significance. We begin with Captain America,
whose "I can do this all day" attitude offers inspiration for
staying strong and standing tall when setbacks and failures come.
What makes Captain America, aka Steve Rogers, heroic is not the
super soldier serum that transforms him from a 120-pound weakling
rejected by the army several times during World War II into a
muscular front-line fighter who beats the Nazis. What truly makes
Steve Rogers Captain America is not something given to him, but
something he had all along: character.
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About the Podcast
You are more than your failures and setbacks. We share stories of leaders who have moved beyond life’s most difficult moments to lead lives of significance, and insights on how you can do the same. Hosted by Warwick Fairfax.