This Project FUEL life lesson shows how playing second fiddle is important, too
Deepak Ramola, the founder of Project FUEL, believes that everyone has a life lesson to pass on. The mission of his organization, in which FUEL stands for Forward the Understanding of Every Life Lesson, is to collect and share those life lessons from all over the world.
The newest batch of life lessons comes from Pittsburgh. We asked Kidsburgh readers to share a life lesson they experienced that affected or even changed their life. Ten of those life lessons were turned into videos by Project FUEL.
Each week, Kidsburgh is posting a new life lesson. The videos also will be shared worldwide on the Project FUEL website.
In this Week 9 episode, Yu-Ling Cheng, Kidsburgh director of marketing, explains how music taught her that all voices matter. Michele Rone Cooper, retired executive director of McAuley Ministries Foundation, shares her wisdom that you can accomplish a lot if you don’t feel the need to take credit for it.
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