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Admiral William McRaven on How to Change the World

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In his commencement address to the University of Texas at Austin’s class of 2014, McRaven himself shared 10 lessons he learned from SEAL training that are crucial for those who want to change the world:

1. Make your bed properly, because if you can’t do the little things right, you will never do the big things right.
2. Find someone to help you paddle.
3. Measure by the size of the heart, not the size of the flippers.
4. Get over being a sugar cookie, and keep moving forward.
5. Don’t be afraid of the circuses.
6. Sometimes you have to slide headfirst.
7. Don’t back down from the sharks.
8. You must be your very best in the darkest moments.
9. When you are up to your neck in cold mud, start singing.
10. Don’t ever, ever ring the bell.

Watch his speech for explanations:

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Kidnapped boy Willie Myrick sings gospel song until abductor sets him free

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A 10-year-old boy has managed to escape the clutches of a kidnapper by singing a gospel song until the suspect couldn't stand it anymore and let him free.

Police say Willie Myrick was abducted by a man from his Atlanta, Georgia driveway, on March 31.

The suspect allegedly lured him with cash and then, when he was close enough, grabbed him and pulled him into his car.

They then drove around for three hours before the man dropped Willie off unharmed in East Point.

But Willie's actions during that terrifying time probably saved his life. 

Willie said he sang the gospel song 'Every Praise' repeatedly until the man told him to get out of the car.

Willie said while he was singing, the man kept cursing and telling him to shut up before eventually kicking him out.

'He opened the door and threw me out,' Willie told WXIA-TV. 'He told me not to tell anyone.'

On Thursday, community leaders came together to warn other parents and children about the kidnapping and celebrate the little boy's bravery and quick thinking.

The man who wrote the song - Grammy Award-winning gospel singer Hezekiah Walker - even traveled from New York to congratulate Willie in person.

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