This is stuff I know I can do. But nonetheless, I probably do have a lot of damn balls.
I can take on two more clients right now. I don't want to overextend myself; I want to do this right. If you're interested, shoot me an email at email@example.com. This is how it works: I'll send you a 15-question assessment, you fill it out and send it back to me (it's going to take quite a bit of introspection), and then together we'll devise a road map to follow that will get you where you want to go. We'll check-in weekly to make sure you're staying on task. It may not be easy, but Jesus H, you only live once--why not get the most out of it?
One of my Facebook friends sent me this message:
Tell your mom to throw those damned shoes away. I had a pair of sketchers and over the course of a couple of years I fell more than I ever have in my whole life. I finally fell off them and fractured my foot. I stopped wearing them and haven't fallen since. I know this sounds like I'm a nut case but some are designed with the sole being very narrow through the arch, for me this cause some sort of balance issue.Yikes! Should anyone ever take advice from me???
Nonetheless, I also bought myself, Lori, and Mike Sketchers Tone Up sneakers--I love them! I should buy Sketchers stock. You know what stock I wouldn't buy, though? Facebook. You know about their IPO, right? Don't think I've giving stock advice now, I'm just saying I think Facebook is a little past peak.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a big fan; I love Facebook more than my Sketchers. It can be a fantastic way to retain old friends and cultivate new relationships. I do think it's here to stay, and in a much bigger way than MySpace. But remember, AOL was once a monster; it isn't anymore. People move on. One important difference between the two, however, is that one's social network is tied to Facebook. I know a couple of people who've left for Google +, only to return because that's where the party is. So maybe Facebook will have a lot more staying power. But I still don't know if it would be a good investment.
What do you think about Facebook's IPO? Are you a Sketchers fan? In my book I say, "Never trust a female gynecologist with a mustache." That's good advice, right?