Hi, everyone. This week's intention is really inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the moon. I'm down here on the mall. We've been asked to collaborate by the National Air and Space Museum on this historic event, and we're so full of pride at Linder to be doing this. The team's been down here for over two weeks in preparation for tonight's historic projection onto the Washington Monument of the launch itself, and it's just such a great reminder of why establishing big, audacious goals is so important, because without those, you don't achieve big things. And had Kennedy not made this suggestion more than 50 years ago, we wouldn't be standing here today in support of this wonderful event that the National Air and Space Museum is spearheading with NASA and Lego, and in doing this. So I say to all of you out there, keep your goals big, keep them audacious, and shoot for the moon every time because that's how we succeed.
This video from the Air and Space Museum beautifully illustrates the scope and breadth of this historic evening.