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11 Things All Great Trailblazers Know To Be True

It's time to start blazing those trails. Take some advice from these famous trailblazers and get ready for Destiny — available now!

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1. Mystery is important.

Neil Armstrong is most famous for being the first man to walk on the moon.
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Neil Armstrong is most famous for being the first man to walk on the moon.

2. It's important to keep your cool.

Ernest Shackleton was a poler explorer who helped discover great portions of Antarctica.
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Ernest Shackleton was a poler explorer who helped discover great portions of Antarctica.

3. People should enjoy their journey.

Lewis & Clark are famous for mapping the Great American West and making contact with its native peoples.
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Lewis & Clark are famous for mapping the Great American West and making contact with its native peoples.

4. Having a goal is more valuable than an image.

Edmund Hillary was the first person to climb Mount Everest.
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Edmund Hillary was the first person to climb Mount Everest.

5. You don't have to affect something to understand it.

Jacques Yves Cousteau was a French naval officer, ocean explorer, and acclaimed conservationist.
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Jacques Yves Cousteau was a French naval officer, ocean explorer, and acclaimed conservationist.

6. You can't change crap that's already crap.

Lady Hester Stanhope led the charge in archaeological research in and around the "Holy Lands" in the early 19th century.
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Lady Hester Stanhope led the charge in archaeological research in and around the "Holy Lands" in the early 19th century.

7. Be cool, even if you're not.

Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut who was influential in the creation of the International Space Station.
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Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut who was influential in the creation of the International Space Station.

8. You can't ever recreate an experience completely.

Marco Polo was famous for traveling the Silk Road and exploring the Asian continent.
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Marco Polo was famous for traveling the Silk Road and exploring the Asian continent.

9. Feelings are important.

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist and pop-culture icon famous for the continuation of the Cosmos series.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist and pop-culture icon famous for the continuation of the Cosmos series.

10. You may not be able to make something new, but you can still make something.

Carl Sagan was a brilliant astrophysicist who discovered the greenhouse effect.
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Carl Sagan was a brilliant astrophysicist who discovered the greenhouse effect.

11. The only real goal is bragging rights.

Annie Smith Peck was a mountaineer who once held the record for climbing the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere.
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Annie Smith Peck was a mountaineer who once held the record for climbing the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere.

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