When Turtles Fly: Secrets of Successful People Who Know How to Stick Their Necks Out
When Nikki Stone was five, she dreamed of becoming an Olympic champion. Twenty years later, she achieved her dream at the ’98 Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, where she captured the gold medal for inverted aerial skiing. She shares her captivating story in When Turtles Fly, a book about winning gold and achieving any kind of success.
“You have to be soft on the inside, [but] have a hard shell; and you have to be willing to stick your neck out,” Stone says. She also says to have a gentle passion for what you do and be willing to take risks if the rewards are worth it.
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