Chicago man plunges into Lake Michigan every day for a year



Tired of being cooped up indoors during the pandemic, a 53-year-old Chicago man has found a daily ritual: plunging into the icy cold waters of Lake Michigan. Dan O’Conor, a music fanatic, uses his daily dives to raise awareness for struggling Chicago musicians and venues. Adriana Diaz reports.

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  3. A study on self motivation basically narrowed down moving forward in life to three things: goal setting, motivation, and action—and the key thing that gets that rolling, proven fact, is action. And they don’t mean action relative to motivation and goals; they mean take action, any action, right now. Do one push-up, play just one string on that guitar, swipe right on a dating app, make yourself a sandwich … or jump into Lake Michigan.

    Especially crawling out of the pandemic, do something, anything.

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  4. This has to be one of the whitest interview/news segment I have ever seen. All I heard was a white man doing a mediocre thing and getting praised and applauded for it because he felt uncomfortable during a global pandemic, social unrest and a presidential election😂

  5. Well, why not? It’s creative, controversial, & crazy. Man made a commitment and stuck to it. No harm no foul! Thanks for bringing musicians into the forefront.

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  7. He should use that discipline and turning something small into something big into a small diet and big weight loss.

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