A year ago I wrote a post about how grateful and thankful I was for the opportunities 2018 presented. Two days later, my father died.
My life changed profoundly on that day and I’ve spent the past year thinking about how to live a more deliberate life. I decided to document that here and I’m working hard to translate this to our team Crazy Egg and to the people who we work for every single day.
Have you ever successfully changed someone’s mind on something political (perspective), religious (belief), or sports related (say, GOAT)? Would love to hear your story. I don’t think I ever have. I am certain I haven’t actually. So I am wondering if it is possible? Or if these three categories of conversations are so entrenched and so fundamental…but also, so rife with conjecture, POV, and interpretation, that they make for infinite debate (which is why we perpetuate them) and an environment where everyone can walk away validates and “knowing they were right.”
Happy we got to see you live. I hit a peak level of musical excitement 2x in the past 12 months. First, when I got to see Temple of the Dog. Next when I heard plans of a reunion were brewing. Still one of my favorite albums of all time. I’ll take that concert with me forever. #iamgrateful and #iamthankful … say hello cc. As we say goodbye. (You gotta seek out another road, because this one has ended abrupt.) #nomorebullshit