Category Archives: meaningless chatter

Live from Kaua’i Tsunami Alert

Here’s some of the live coverage from the tsumami on Sunday.

It was the island’s largest entertainer this year. It brought more views than the Jewish rapper. I think the next big thing is Startup Weekend, Hawaii!


A San Fransisco Treat!

O.k., where I’m from Fruits & Nuts are not just the ingredients to your fave trail mix. They’re Californian’s, too.
So, like everyone else in Tejas, I believe this bologna.I’m not sure about anyone else, but Cali’s lifestyle and culture is why one can’t live there unless you have a mil or two. So, who’s in the tail-mix now, sista? Maybe there’s some cashew’s or what about some wal-nuts? So what that a 4K SF casa goes for 350 in h-town in a golf course community. One can’t just prance around in their work-out gear sportin’ a backpack and look ultra-cool!!

Try it, see what it gets you–or what it doesn’t for that matter. Sparkly shirts & jeans? Too dressy for Cali…at least in the Silicon Valley, where all the money is. What an interesting paradigm? So, the money’s there and people live their dream and they have beautiful weather, personalities and comfy clothing–makes me wonder what kind of fruit I should be….

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Working for Fun

Isn’t that what life’s all about? Are you there yet? Of course there’s always daily things that get in your way of doing EXACTLY what you want, right? But, we can have it all. It’s possible. The key is doing what you love, while helping others. Whether you’re entertaining, giving information/advising, volunteering or helping someone with their taxes, the act of giving is the fulfillment factor we all seek. The mindless work of paperwork is agonizing for me. The worst thing you could ever do is sit me in the room to make revisions and edits to documents. Working with paper. Not with people. This is the death of the productive worker, on occasion, for others it’s where they find their own peace. Interesting concept to ponder!

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Turning Points

We all have a turning point in our life that we remember. Funny thing is that we remember it while we’re going through yet, another turning point. –Looking back or looking forward. It pretty much all comes down to that when you’re getting close to some sort of huge success in life. Realizing that something is SO important that all the “mistakes” you made in the past actually matter because we LEARNED from them, right? Not sure about you, but that’s a real cool thing, to know with out a doubt that you NEVER want to go back to that dark place that didn’t add any value what-so-ever to your life now. Whatever it was, it just took away from life–but we didn’t know it then.Walking blind. Swishing a a guide-stick like a day job to get us through while our true passion is figured out. Some of us figure this out at a very early age and don’t let anything come between us and our goals, sacrificing human relationships because of it. While the rest of us put our human relationships between us and a measure of success….but some super talented and fulfilled people have a nice, healthy balance. They say no to people and to success at the same time. Why not say Yes to both??? It’s totally possible to have it all! Why the limitations? Fear of change, fear and more fear of the unknown. Then fear….back to fear of failure, second guessing and looking back “reflection”…not necessarily of how you came out of a situation with soaring colors, but the situation. It’s just a situation, whether it’s intentional or not–there’s always a way out.

A good way & a bad way—a choice to make, right? Wo, we’re getting deep…

But why not have it all? It’s possible, but it takes a ton of “work”….entrepreneurs have to describe it as work to be credible to the rest…..but it’s not really work because that’s when they shine, are in the element and excited and exuberant ideas start flowing….another topic for another day…

So, what do you get when you put 2 entrepreneurs in a room? 24 different ways to help other’s lives easier, and a boat load of work for the techie’s, accountants & lawyers.

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