Ep. 265 – 10 Unusual Things I Learned From Mr. X

mr. x

The FBI went to his high school when the 15 year old Mr. X hacked into the largest Internet company in the world and stole 90 million credit card numbers. “You are going to jail for a long time,” they told him. The day after he stole them he sent them back to the company […] Read On…

The Way You Do Anything, Is The Way You Do Everything

I do standup comedy now up to six times a week. And I’m even less reluctant to write about it now than when I went up zero times a week. Because of the simple cliche: the more I DO, the less I KNOW. And sometimes it’s so painful I cry. And sometimes it’s so exhilirating […] Read On…

How To Go Broke and Live Large With Your Friends

Katie took all of my money. And then I went broke. But that’s what friends are for. Tens years later, yesterday, we went to an advance screening of Louis CK’s new movie, “I Love You, Daddy” coming out on November 17. Louis stars, wrote, directors, produces, etc the movie. He filmed it as secretly as […] Read On…

CHANGE-ISM

change-ism

  I give up. And I changed. And I wanted to immerse myself in something new. Yet again. There’s no one “ism” that will define a good life Surrendering to change, embracing it, rolling with it, understanding it, loving it, hating it, experimenting with it, mastering it, is the key to loving it. Surrendering to […] Read On…

Ep. 260: Gary Vaynerchuck – Ten Things I Learn From Gary Vaynerchuck

Is Gary Vaynerchuk a lunatic? This is what I ask myself every time I sit down to interview him. He’s everywhere. He’s constantly spreading a message I strongly believe in: if you don’t choose yourself, someone else will and the results won’t be good. For Gary, “choosing himself” has been about entrepreneurship. First, “Wine Library”, […] Read On…