What is the new measure of success
I’ve been thinking a lot about the meaning of “success” lately. Why is “success” mainly based on dollars earned? Is it because it’s physically measurable? If success and money are no longer related, then what is the new measure of success? How are we reframing the new definition of success? To me, today, the new measure of success is “taking...
So. It’s mid February, my favorite kind of snow is falling serenely down from the sky and I finally have a moment to pause and reflect on what’s happened this year so far. “Intense” is the likely the most relevant word to describe what has transpired already in 2013. The story goes: I went to Panama for New Years on a surprise trip from Andrew and Nick (love you guys) and spent it on an island...
Harper Collins is publishing my book!
So. Harper Collins bought my book in August entitled “Do Cool Sh*t”. I have less than two months left before I have to submit the full manuscript. The book’s subtitle is “Quit Your Day Job, Start Your Own Business, And Live Happily Ever After”. I must say though, the book is about more than that. It’s about understanding how to embrace the most authentic...
1. Have a firm handshake. 2. Look people in the eye. 3. Sing in the shower. 4. Own a great stereo system. 5. If in a fight, hit first and hit hard. 6. Keep secrets. 7. Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday. 8. Always accept an outstretched hand. 9. Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference. 10. Whistle. Next 10 coming soon.
WHY SOCCER MADE ME
So I recently became friends with a really awesome dude named Dan Rollman who started the coolest company ever: www.recordsetter.com. It’s basically The Guiness Book of World Records for the most random and amazing records (ie the most number of Oreo cookies held between two people’s foreheads or the longest office chair train…). So, as a good new friend should do, I decided to...