Do you remember that great song by “The Who?”

“Who are you? Doo Doo Doo Doo.  (I really want to know) Who are you?  Doo Doo Doo Doo.”  

I love that song.  It’s a great song you should all listen to everyday. Knowing yourself is vital if you’re going to have any success in life. I think it’s good to have a song like that, which motivates you every day. Do you know what motivates me every day?


That’s right; Life motivates me. What motivates you to get out of bed every morning? What gets you buzzing in the morning?

You know what gets me going?

The potential to enjoy every single day to the fullest. I get off on life. I don’t drink, I don’t do drugs, and I work out at least a couple of hours a day. But do you know what really gets me high?

Meeting new people. I love it. I want to know who everyone is. You see, everyone has the potential to be somebody interesting in your life. You never know when you’re walking down the street; the next person you talk to might be your next lover. One of your friends could introduce you to someone that goes on to become a life-long friend. Maybe they’ll be nothing in your life, but who cares?

So my theme song is, “Who are you?” Every time I approach a woman, I think to myself, “Who are you?”

And I actually act that way when I talk to them. I let them know I’m curious about who she is. When I ask her a question, I ask because I’m interested in her as a person. I’m intrigued about who she is. I want to know more. What makes her tick? What makes her act the way she does? How has she become the person she is today?

See, I live my life with the idea that today I could meet somebody amazing. That’s what drives me. That’s what makes my life interesting and different. You need to know what makes YOU who you are. So I want you to think about, and answer the following questions carefully…

What drives you?

What makes you feel amazing?

What makes you feel different?

Because if you don’t live life with this sort of passion, you’re missing out on a whole lot of pleasure!

 And for those who haven’t heard it, here’s that song by “The Who.”