Throw away the squirrel food
I wrote Follow You Anywhere in 9 days, or did I? When people ask me, "Wait, how long?" I usually tell them ten years. That's how long it took to gather and learn the lessons I share in the book.
This month, people are talking about the new UFC featherweight champ, Conor McGregor. He knocked out the former champ in 13 seconds. How does a guy conquer a division in 13 seconds? I think it's similar to writing a book in 9 days.
I'm a fan of the UFC. If you're unfamiliar with it, you may perceive it as violent or brutal, but the informed viewer sees an art form in the mixed martial arts competition.
16 Days of Speaking, Consulting, Cruising & Reflecting
Day 1 of 16 on the road. Nothing like getting 3,000 miles from home and realizing what you forgot to take care of before you left. Also, I miss Wyatt already. Also, super excited for this trip. Also, 16 days is a long time. Also, SEX/K got the upgrade.
Day 2: Sarasota Florida today, where its been validated, this feeling I've had for years, that my content isn't Chamber content. It's business content with a NGO vocabulary. Lots of new fans here from all over North America. Heading to a conference in Fort Lauderdale tonight. Sunny and 90.
Day 3: I spent the day with amazing people today, the third of a 16-day tour of the southeast. Met Jay Berkowitz who is a digital marketing legend since Zuck was in high school. Maybe middle school.
Survive, Alive, Thrive, Arrive
I think it's day 10 of a 16 day tour of the Southeast: I've busy being unplugged and thinking about my life, my son and my work. Some thoughts...
I'm not there yet and maybe you're not either. I don't yet know where there is.
Ten years ago I was trying to survive. Money was tight and I was newly divorced trying to figure out who I am, who I'm not and where I'm headed. I had a mentor and best friend and family to push and encourage me. I hope you do too.