Stop chasing success and start pursuing significance

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  • Saturday, 11 Dec 2010

LAST month, I shared the stage with Patch Adams at the Gathering of the Great Minds. Patch Adams is building a legacy of greatness through his simple message of love.

Patch was a renegade medical student who vowed to build a hospital where no one would ever have to pay for care. Upon becoming a physician, he immediately invited patients into his home, and for 12 years lived with his wife, two children, four other physicians and as many as 50 homeless patients. He has never turned anyone away and never charged a penny for care during these years. He has treated tens of thousands of patients out of love with nothing asked in return.

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