Others judge you by the outcomes you achieve, but you judge yourself by your intentions. You judge yourself as God does. This is why I like you.
You have no power over the vagaries of your circumstances; to be in the right place at the right time is not a matter of skill, but of chance. But you try to do the right thing in the right way for the right reason. This is why I like you.
You have failed, but you are not a failure. You have succeeded, but you are not a success. You have tried and cried and laughed and struggled like a chick breaking out of its shell. This is why I like you.
You are wounded and broken and have ugly scars because you run to help those you love. When you are in the wrong place at the wrong time, you do not quickly give up. This is why I like you.
You allow yourself to like people for the most ridiculous of reasons. You take your inspiration from wherever you find it. You have a strange sense of humor and you can laugh at yourself. This is why I like you.
You fall but you get up again. You are at your best when no one is watching. And you know how to keep a secret. This is why I like you.
One can love a person one does not like.
But what I hold for you is something else.
I see you as you are.
I see you real.
And I like you.
– Roy H. Williams
Nashville is the perfect place in all the world to see the only total solar eclipse of our lifetime. Come to Nashville with us this August to see it and we’ll help you build an ad campaign while we’re there. Right after lunch we’ll walk outside and watch darkness fall like a feather from the sky. After a few minutes it will be day again and we’ll get back to work. And your business will lift off like Apollo 11 as soon as you get home. We’ll be a small group and it will be fun. Come.
Daniel DiPiazza has built a massive, cult-like following by advising other 20 and 30-somethings how to escape average jobs and become self-directed entrepreneurs. Daniel’s website is Rich20Something. He is a successful, 29-year-old entrepreneur. This week, in a surprising interview with Roving Reporter Rotbart, 20Something DiPiazza reveals that his advice isn’t strictly aimed at Millennials and Gen-Z. Instead, Daniel sees all of us who operate businesses in 2017 as being part of the millennial generation – because, he contends, it is the tools, ideas, and philosophies of the millennial generation that are currently disrupting the business world. [Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) is 33; Evan Spiegel (Snap) is 27; Kevin Systrom (Instagram) is 33; and Brian Chesky (Airbnb) is 35.] “Millennial,” Daniel says, “is a frame of mind, not a birthdate. How old is your thinking?” MondayMorningRadio.com