The days add up. Time marches on, and these numbers (30, 40, 50…) are the boot steps. We’re not old, of course, until we are.
Acting is a different form of therapy. It’s a different artform. If you do it for a purpose that you love, it will help you a lot.
I recently finished reading the book “Billion Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn from the Most Inexcusable Business Failures of the Last 25 Years” by Paul B. Carroll and Chunka Mui.
1. The Pacers Get Upset By SOMEONE In Round 2
The problem with modern work, and one that sheds light on the future, is how loaded workplaces are with cultural baggage. We faithfully follow practices we can’t explain rationally.
Chappelle did such a good job of truth-telling, on every subject, that nobody knew what to do when he just stopped talking.
Raw and beautiful, teetering on madness, this feels like the place we think we’re going to get to when — sleep-deprived, dopamine-fried, and coming down — we’re already at the end.
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Behind every new media success story, whether the Huffington Post, Gawker, Vice, or Buzzfeed, you find a great salesperson.
I fantasize about those summers, when goodbye was real, the same way I do about old novels and love stories.