The past few days I've been 50km outside of Wroclaw, Poland playing with my 5 year old twin nieces (+ 3 cats and a dog) for 12 hours/day. (Children don't get tired?)

Being that I don't have kids and don't know many people who have kids I can't say I've ever been impressed by them.

But watching these kids live and play has taught me a few things.

Most importantly, to get what we want, we have to be willing to climb.

For a child trying to get to the cereal in a cupboard 10 feet high, this is literal. Most of us have less tangible obstacles, but they're obstacles none-the-less.

Just like children sometimes we'll slip and fall. If we get up and climb again we'll eventually make it to the top.

Is there something currently stopping you from reaching your peak?

It's simple: channel your inner child and start climbing.