19 years ago today I married this amazing woman. I love you so much @micheleconnolly #lamaluckyguy
“hi optus? can i have dan’s number, i want to take them out for a beer and possibly marriage.”
Dan from Optus is politely not having any of your racist crap today
I want to buy Dan from Optus dinner
That last one is a very polite burn. A+
Damn, Dan, you are really fucking good at that.
“Australia is a nation full of languages, some 200 plus of them are native to Australia, but English is not one of those native languages.”
I WOULD LIKE TO MARRY THIS PERSON.
Hello there little guy #cactus
Every Sunday @micheleconnolly makes us croissants and coffee. This is our Sunday ritual. #iamlucky
Flies beware (at Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia)
Yes, a photo of coffee #nofilter That’s a long black btw. Probably the best coffee in Chatswood at the moment (at Pishon Chatswood)
Fridge is on the blink randomly going super cold and freezing things. So #chilled
Spent the day in at the #hubspot Sydney office with @ianjacob yesterday recording interviews with a bunch of seriously smart people for the @hubshotspodcast - we’ll be featuring these in upcoming episodes… Stay tuned. (at HubSpot Sydney)
Let’s head down that way (at Burwood, New South Wales, Australia)
Really nice of @googlepartners to send me a Christmas jar of lollies. Unfortunately it was completely smashed when I picked it up at @auspost 😭
Whilst the majority of the world’s population would be overjoyed to have plentiful, clean drinking water like we have in Sydney, we need sports celebrities and ‘hydration partners’ to convince us to drink it.
About that “life goal” thing
Karen Dillon, co-author with Clayton Christensen of “How Will You Measure Your Life,” discusses the importance of having a life goal.
I’ve heard this advice before, of course, along with the tips that you should follow your bliss, and your passion, and find what you were put on Earth to do. I never really thought that applied to me. Not everyone has a calling. The people who do – the entrepreneurs, artists, priests, and dedicated doctors – are blessed. The rest of us do what we can.
Besides, I’m not a blissful person. I don’t do bliss. If I’m feeling pretty good, I figure that’s a good day.
But listening to this video it occurred that setting a goal in life isn’t a matter of predestination or finding the one true thing you were meant to do. It’s just about making choices. Pick something.
Until now I’ve made life choices based on the choices that were in front of me. I’ve done pretty well with that. But it’s time to start looking further ahead.
Who’s that keeping guard at the top of the tree?