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CAPTAIN KANGAROO DAY
Ross Perot 1930
He had a straight-talking style. Neither Democrat nor Republican, he disparaged the intelligence of all elites and leaders. His favorite putdown, delivered with a West Texas drawl, was: “Not too smart.” He would get “under the hood” and fix the country, he vowed. The wag who quipped “He’s a self-made man who worships his creator” could have had Perot in mind.
- Ross Perot (pronounced Puh-roe), outspoken 60-year-old Texas entrepreneur, is only 5 foot 6 inches tall. In the state known for super big, his net worth, estimated by Forbes Magazine at over $3 billion, represents a fortune vaster than anyone else’s. Perot, a supersalesman, made his first billion (at least on paper) before the age of forty. One might suspect this to be the reason why people look up to him with respect, awe and wonder. However, as with others who have reached fantasy only levels of success, money ceases to be an appropriate yardstick for measuring the myth of Perot.
*Get under the hood of your life today and fix you.
Tobey Maguire 1975
Tobey Maguire grew up on food stamps and struggled with drink and drugs in his teens. Yet, driven by the need to make money, The Great Gatsby star always knew he was going to succeed
I LOOK FORWARD TO CONSTANTLY CHANGING PEOPLE’S OPINIONS OF ME. I THINK THAT’S THE FUN OF IT. I SPEND 2-4 HOURS WORKING OUT A DAY, SIX DAYS A WEEK.
*Take 2-4 hours to complete this Spiderman workout. Know that you are going to succeed.
Helen Keller 1880
Helen Keller’s long and productive life of triumphant accomplishment in the face of all odds, and her tireless philanthropic efforts to improve the lives of the less fortunate throughout the world. Keller derived her lifelong spiritual inspiration from the writings of the visionary sage and philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg.
The Swedenborg Foundation is your connection to spiritual resources―including books, webcasts, and social media communities―based on Emanuel Swedenborg’s explorations of the afterlife
*Be like Helen Keller and be spiritually inspired by Emanuel Swedenborg.
Vera Wang 1949
“I try to not get ahead of myself,” she says. “Sometimes you are influenced by the people around you and they’re pushing you and it’s hard to make every decision a right decision. But I try to have my feet on the ground. It’s been a trip of passion and respect for the client and respect for how relevant you have to keep the brand in a changing world.”
*Don’t get ahead of yourself. Keep your feet on the ground. Be passionate and respect how relevant you have to remain in your business.
JJ Abrams 1966 – watch Westworld
We all have a narrative
On the Show, Narrative is what they program into each AI Robot. Basically what is there occupation, personality, what do they do every day? It is just there current story of what they do day in and day out.
Are you finding yourself stuck at doing the same job? Want change? Well change your narrative. Let it be something who you are
*Watch JJ Abrams’ Westworld for the motivation to change your narrative.
Bob Keeshan 1927 – Raspberry Chicken and a Captain Kangaroo
Keeshan’s grandson, Britton, became the youngest person to climb the Seven Summits at age 22 by scaling Mount Everest in 2004, just four months after his grandfather died. Britton brought along a photo of the television icon and buried it at the summit.
*Enjoy Captain Kangaroo’s raspberry chicken, and drink it down with a Captain Kangaroo cocktail, while watching a few episodes of it and Westworld.
SNUB – Khloe Kardashian
- Get under the hood of your life
- Spiderman workout
- Be spiritually inspired
- Respect how relevant you have to remain in your business
- Watch Westworld
- Make raspberry chicken and a Captain Kangaroo