1. Gawk. Learn a thing (or two.) Get inspired. Giggle like crazy.
And size up the raw beauty that is humanity–in all its patterns, glory, weirdness, cracks, eccentricities (can’t believe I spelled that right), and unpasteurized honesty.
Go here to do all of that ——> www.humansofnewyork.com
2. Someone needs you to believe in them right now.
Because we’re humans. And we need one another. And just maybe? Believing in yourself isn’t always enough. We need the support of others. Give some. Get some. And be amazed at what we can do when we all fucking hold hands and jump in.
3. Don’t just give a fuck. Give a huge fuck.
Borderline self-indulgent, I wanted you to see the interview I did with Bern at Your Great Life TV on giving a huge fuck. Because while I connect with you via these types of love letters every week, it’s not the same as connecting in the flesh. While video isn’t exactly the same either, it’s a close second. And if you’re my kinda people, I want you to know the real me. And more importantly, I’d love to know the real you, too. So no matter who you are, if you’re reading this right now and you’ve got a video of yourself somewhere on the internet, link me up to it in the comments. Any video. (Minus the porn – you can hang onto that.) Video of you jumping. Singing. Dancing. Talking. Eating. Laughing. Pranking your Aunt Judy. Whatever. Let me get to know you a little.
(I’m serious about that video. Who are you, beautiful human? Show me. I’ll watch ‘em all. And HAPPY FRIDAY. Let’s live a little, shall we?)
She's the creator of Brandgasm 101, a DIY kit for design & copywriting your website, THE Small Business Bodyguard, the world's most entertaining legal resource for online business, & Life Hooky Worldwide , a worldwide retreat company for overworked business owners, and, gained notable attention in 2011 for her 97 in ‘11 experiment, designed to demonstrate week-by-week how the everyday service provider could go from $0 to $97,000+ in revenue in a year or less using nothing more than a blog as a marketing tool. (It worked and the experiment closed out at $103,000.)