Paul McIntyre Royston
Igniting change through philanthropy.We are all in this together; it behooves us to enable our colleagues and compatriots to be the best they can be. Through motivation, structural change and a bottom-line belief in their ability to succeed. As a firm believer in work-life integration, I have always viewed all that I undertake as an extension of myself; recognizing that with only one life to live we must take it as an all-inclusive deal. The opportunity to continue building dynamic teams keeps me going as we all strive to do something we have never done before. I like to say we should aim for Jupiter and when we land on Mars, we'll still have achieved something that no one has done before. The aspiration and target of Jupiter has us consider things in a way we otherwise wouldn’t.
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