What really makes people successful? This is something I want to know.
Here’s what 7 years and 500 interviews taught analyst Richard St. John.
It comes down to these 8 words.
Last week my buddy Dean and I have lunch at a Chinese place. It’s pretty busy and a lone waitress is the only one serving the 10 tables.
Here’s what happened about 10 minutes after she serves our food.
The waitress buzzes out from the kitchen, “How are you guys doing?”
“Not good,” I replied.
“Oh?”, she asks with her eyebrows raised and slightly tilting her head.
“No. The food is good. It’s me.”
“Why, what’s wrong?” She asked concerned.
I deadpan a response pointing to my behind, slowly shaking my head. “It’s my Prostate.”
“Ah …” The waitress stared.
After an uncomfortable silence I replied, “Just kidding,”
“Thank God!” She gasped. “You almost gave me a heart attack.”
Here is a Vine I did from the lunch.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to have it both ways?
There is danger everywhere.
Photo credit: Enor on Flickr
In this daring stunt I sacrifice my safety to sell my remaining tickets to a recent show.
(No Elvis impersonators were hurt in the making of this video.)
Photo Credit: Troykelly on Flicker
I just wanted to have somewhere to write and post my videos.
A place that wouldn’t shut down one day without warning and take all my work with them.
Some place where I was in control. Ha ha. (Are we ever in control?)
The thought of having to configure a brand new website has kept me from “starting” for months.
I remember wanting to scream when pictures wouldn’t line up or when mysterious spaces would appear on the other WordPress sites I worked on in the past. Here’s why:
“Technical issues I can’t control make me want to jab a pencil into my leg.”
Even as I write this my site here is in a very basic state.
But guess what? I don’t care.
In the meantime, I am going to have some fun by writing and posting some of my videos and who knows what else.
Now, on with the show.