Last month I was honoured to be a speaker at Pecha Kucha Vancouver. Pecha Kucha, for those who are unfamiliar with it, is a speaking night focused on people and inspiration that follows a very focused format. You have 20 slides, each displayed for 20 seconds. The slides move whether you do or not, so you have to keep your talk focused and on track. I was given free reign to talk about whatever I wanted and after much deliberation I decided to speak about Academie Duello, my life, and the achievement of dreams, or rather how to put dreams in the future and focus instead on being a profound person.