Look for the * for today’s advice.
Adolf Hitler 1889
*Think for yourself. Question your government. Don’t be a sheep.
Miranda Kerr 1983
Exercise 3 to 4 times a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each time.
Warm up with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching.
Target all aspects of your body: 30 minutes on your legs, 30 minutes on core, arms and balance and 15 minutes of stretching.
*Miranda Kerr keeps it simple in this workout. Try it today.
George Takei 1937
And because he reminds us heroes are all around.
You’re never too old to be super
*Regardless of your age, you can be someone’s hero.
Clint Howard 1959
Upon attaining adulthood, Howard was mostly consigned to character parts; he has also been featured in the films directed by his brother Ron Howard. Net Worth: $20 Million
*Don’t ever be afraid to take on roles that seem beneath you at the time. Those roles could add up to millions.
Jessica Lange 1949 – watch Blue Sky
When Carly (Jessica Lange) goes publicly ballistic, as she does early on in the story, Hank uses soothing words and the force of his presence to pacify her. As directed by Tony Richardson (who died after making this film), it’s an amazingly touching sequence, an exhibition of real manliness, as opposed to the cartoon-style machismo so prevalent in movies today.
*Watch an unhinged Jessica Lange in Blue Sky.
Luther Vandross 1951 – Luther Burger
Claim: The “Luther Burger,” a bacon cheeseburger served on a Krispy Kreme doughnut bun, is a real food named after R&B singer Luther Vandross.
*Listen to some Luther Vandross (maybe “One Shining Moment”) while indulging too far with a Luther Burger.
SNUB – Steve Spurrier
- Think for yourself. Question your government
- Miranda Kerr workout
- Be someone’s hero
- Take on a role to make you money
- Watch Blue Sky
- Make a Luther Burger