If you’re courageous enough to keep up with the news these days, you’ve likely been seeing a lot of hubbub about North Korea and the country’s supreme leader, Kim Jong Un.
Usually, with PACIFIC blind dates, our team seeks out sexy singles to enjoy the adventurous dates our behind-the-scenes staff dream up. Sometimes, however, unsolicited locals reach out to us, asking to be set up with someone new. That’s the case with tonight’s daters, who will soon find out, after meeting in an EPIC Limo, that they share a surprising connection.
There’s no denying that we live during an incredible time. Yet for all of the advances made in recent decades, we’ve yet to figure out how to cram more than 24 hours into a day. And thanks to innumerable distractions surrounding us and the fast-paced nature of the modern workplace, many of us struggle to stay on top of projects both at work and at home.
No one likes making mistakes, but falling flat on your face in front a captive audience can instantly elevate you to a whole new level of humiliation. Yet that doesn’t mean failure can’t forge you into a more exceptional individual. That’s what Jeff from Massachusetts learned after crashing and burning during one of the most important moments of his life.
Being a boss isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be, but when you find a value to bind your business to, it can have a transformative effect across your entire organization. That’s what Anoop learned while watching a documentary about an entrepreneur he admires.
In today’s high-pressure world, many of us do everything possible to keep our weaknesses well hidden. But sometimes, sharing our vulnerability is the best course of action. That’s what Chad Shipley from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, learned early on in his career.