I had one of the most beautiful days in my life! It was an amazing day on the north shore of Oahu, perfect weather for a long time dream. The boat ride 3 miles offshore was breathtaking.
Upon reaching the dive location the boat idled for a bit, the sound of the diesel engines attracting the sharks to the surface. The metallic boat hull and propellers also give off electricity that’s attractive to these graceful creatures. I learned later that our bodies give off energy that the cage only amplifies which also attracts sharks.
As I sat at the edge of the boat preparing to descend into the cage I could see thru the crystalline waters a shark swimming directly below the cage. Much to my surprise seeing these amazing creatures underwater and up close was very peaceful. They swim with such a grace thats truly amazing. It was such a beautiful time and I look forward to continuing my relationship with life’s beauty. – Aloha
Here’s an amazing MidWeek Magazine cover story on me, written by Chad Pata. Aloha – Damon
Check it out here: http://www.midweek.com/damon-boiser-special-olympics/#10289
Beautiful piece ‘Iwalani Kuali’i-Kaho’ohanohano of Oiwi TV did on my 31 story rappel down Sheraton Waikiki to support Special Olympics Hawaii. The article also highlights a few other projects I’ve been up to. Please check it out! Aloha Damon
Watch here: http://www.oiwi.tv/article/life-on-the-edge/
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs or simply OHA, has an entrepreneurship course they offer to educate on opportunities of becoming a local business owner here in Hawaii. This semester was taught at Kapiolani Community College, KCC instructed by Julie Percell. Here is the graduating class of FALL 2013 semester. Julie is an amazing instructor and such a valuable expert resource to Hawaii.
Below is the graduating class and a link to my graduation presentation. Aloha
My graduation presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiZTvYaP-KA