While I do a lot of my own home renovation projects, one thing is constant—if you want something done right you must have the right tool for the job. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve tried to use a tool that wasn’t right for the job and ended up getting frustrated and spending more time and money fixing the problem.
A year and a half ago, one of the greatest short calls of our generation was made by the biggest influencer in the world—not me. I’m speaking of Kylie Jenner of course.
On February 21st, 2018, Kylie Jenner tweeted out her disgust of Snapchat and their recent user interface change that made the product extremely hard to use—even for millennials.
I have always been and will most likely always be a meat-eater. I’ve read way too many research papers and books from very smart people and seen the results myself on what a paleo or keto type diet can do for people to cure a host of different ailments. When I see people eating this fake meat crap, I die a little inside.
I don’t understand people who say they don’t want to retire. Especially those who have the means to and just don’t. If I had the choice I would have retired yesterday. Now, when I say retire, what I really mean is having the freedom to be able to do whatever I want, whenever I want, without worry of financial burden
I love coming up with new ideas.
I come up with them on a daily basis to train the idea muscle—I picked up this trick from James Altucher. Sometimes they just pop into my head and I write them down somewhere. When I practice meditation and mindfulness the ideas come spewing out until my brain is empty—this is a new concept for me.
Last week I passed 100,000 followers on Twitter. Kind of cool—I guess.
This number is about as meaningless as Dow 25,000. But, humans love round numbers and milestones so I asked my wife if we could get balloons—you know, like the famous Instagrammers do when they hit big follower counts.
She vetoed me. Be humble she said. Touché. I didn’t actually want balloons, I wanted a steak. Imagine being so narcissistic that you want balloons to celebrate yourself.