below: Desmond-Hellmann learns
farming techniques at a training center
in Didandiba, Lume woreda, Ethiopia.
sky: I feel like you would just wake up in the
morning and think, if I take a coffee break
everyone will How do you juggle your day?
How do you simply live in the face of all of these
enormous opportunities and responsibilities?
sdh: I would tell you two things: One is that the
first thing I think about when I get up is putting
my tennis shoes on and having a nice five-mile
run. I know that if I show up at work and feel
really good because had a run and a healthy
breakfast and got a spring in my step, good
things are more likely to happen than if
grumpy and tired and take care of myself.
why I really work very hard on staying
healthy and being effective as a leader. I spend
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good solutions today.