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Courtney Milne was not only a master photographer - he was an artist, author, educator .
Courtney Milne was not only a master photographer - he was an artist, author, educator, keynote speaker, and philanthropist. His career took him on a global journey that has spanned all seven continents. He published 12 books of photography, including The Sacred Earth, with a foreword by His Holiness, The Dalai Lama. Milne's multi-media shows have attracted audiences worldwide, and his photographs have been shown in more than 200 exhibitions. Courtney Milne lived on the Canadian prairie near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, with his wife, Sherrill Miller where he photographed his pool everyday and found universal magic in his own backyard.
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This book encapsulates a huge idea: That our dreams of individual success are in urgent need of an upgrade. Courtney Martin makes the case with extraordinary eloquence anchored in beautiful personal stories. If you're depressed about the current state of America, she offers a powerful antidote. Chris Anderson, CEO of TED. Courtney Martin, who’s less than half my age, has been a mentor to me for nearly a decade.
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For the first time in history, the majority of American parents don't think their kids will be better off than they were. This shouldn't be a cause for alarm, says journalist Courtney E. Martin. The biggest danger is not failing to achieve the American Dream," she says in a talk that will resonate far beyond the US. "The biggest danger is achieving a dream that you don't actually believe i.