Just a short tip on this Saturday of Labor Day weekend!

Here is what is amazing: when you go out there all day long and start looking at your neighborhood, observing and talking to people, you’ll start to enjoy your life just a little bit more.

Maybe you walk into a museum, or a clothing store, or a furniture store – whatever it may be – what you need to do is gather information. You’re learning about things that you’ve never learned about before. Learning new things makes you memorable to other people.

Today, in LA, we went into this great furniture store and we saw this cool Arne Jacobsen Egg chair. You’ve seen that chair a few times and you’ve been interested in it. And three months down the road – and this will happen, because that’s how life works – you will go to a party and the host will have that chair.

Everybody is going to look around and say, “wow, that chair is really cool,” and then you’ll be able to say, “yeah, it’s a very famous mid-century designer” because of what you learned today.

All of a sudden, the conversation starts to go to YOU. You become the guy that is the expert. You are able to contribute to the conversation, and you will become the leader of that discussion.

All of the information that you pick up every day is information you can use anytime.

Todays video is part two of a live street meeting with a few dutch women in Amsterdam.