This is the second part of a conversation we had at a recent bootcamp about window-shopping in life and challenging yourself. This is a great example of the types of things we work on during weekend bootcamps! Howie: Here is another thing I realized: after I almost lost my life I discovered that while I […]
David: There are no flaky people. Anywhere.
You think you have flaky people in Missouri, right? You have flaky people in Vegas? You have flaky people all over Southern California, right? And there are flaky people all over Jersey and New York,
We were just driving around yesterday in LA on another Santa Ana day. I don’t know about you all, but there is just something I hate about feeling 80-degree hot winds in the middle of November! I’m more into the 60-degree winds.
But this blog is not about the weather. Though I have to say that when I was a kid I really did want to grow up to be the weatherman. I thought it would be awesome to just stand there, have a cute little woman take the sun cutout and turn it in circles for me. I’d have my own Vanna White of the weather world! But that’s just a fantasy of mine, and it’s none of your business…
So let’s keep going. There is something that Howard Stern once said that I think you all need to listen to and deeply consider. Howard Stern was being interviewed somewhere, and the interviewer asked him, “Howard, how do you feel about all of these people hating you?”