What an amazing Sunday! When we left home, it was blustery with dark, low-bellied clouds smudging the horizon, but by the time we emerged from the Museum Subway station (love the artifacts!) at 11, the sun was shining and the crowds were starting to build. With all the happy pedestrians, Queen’s Park Crescent almost looked like Europe, if you ignored the white lines and parking meters. Lots of great sessions. The person who impressed me the most was Neil Pasricha, the young man who wrote, The Book of Awesome. Although he only spoke for half an hour, he shared his personal story and the life events that were the genesis of his blog, 1000 Awesome Things. Neil is delightful and thoughtful. His philosophy of…

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